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Marc Romboy presents

Voyage de la planète

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Discography

Reconstructing Debussy [2017]

On the album Romboy performs together with the Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra, the renowned conductor Ingo-Martin Stadtmüller, the well respected Düsseldorf based concert master Miki Kekenj and sound programmer Ali Khalaj. The recordings was directed December 12th 2016.

It´s the first live recording ever released on an album where electronic sounds and classical components were merged in such manner.

Tracklist

  • 01.Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune
  • 02.La mer I. - De l'aube à midi sur la mer - très lent
  • 03.La mer II. - Jeux de vague - allegro
  • 04.La mer III. - anime et tumulteux

Voyage de la Planète [2017]

A game changer in my musical life. Nough said, listen yourself...

Tracklist

  • 01.Jules Verne
  • 02.Atome de danse
  • 03.L' universe étrange
  • 04.Voyage de la planète
  • 05.La lune et l'étoile
  • 06.Phénix
  • 07.L' universe parallèle
  • 08.La machine du temps
  • 09.Symphonie oblique
  • 10.Nocturne

Shades [2014]

When you release several remixes and singles you sometimes lose the overview. One day I wrote a list of my music I like in particular and the result became this 3CD monster bundle including unreleased stuff on top.

Tracklist

  • 01.Don't Stop!
  • 02.Shake It Again! (with Fyta & Ray Wilbern)
  • 03.Sl Mirage
  • 04.Freakin' (Updated) [with Blake Baxter]
  • 05.In My Mind (Marc Romboy vs. Robert Owens)
  • 06.L'arc-en-ciel
  • 07.No Sports (with KiNK)
  • 08.Astronotes (Marc Romboy Treatment) - Sterac & Steve Rachmad
  • 09.One Day (Marc Romboy Remix) - The Juan Mclean
  • 10.Love's Got Me High (Marc Romboy's Systematic Soul Mix) - Terrence Parker
  • 11.Delusion of the Enemy (KiNK vs. Marc Romboy)
  • 12.The Octopus
  • 13.Muzik (Version 1)
  • 14.Sunburst
  • 15.Lost (with Tyree Cooper)
  • 16.Club Sandwiches (Marc Romboy's Systematic Soul Remix)
  • 17.Keep Control (Marc Romboy's Moog Journey) - Sono
  • 18.More Muzik
  • 19.The Advent
  • 20.The Hazard
  • 21.Raw (Marc Romboy's Sub Attack) - Max Cooper
  • 22.Hateful (Marc Romboy & Dimitri Andreas Remix) - GusGus
  • 23.The Noise
  • 24.Reciprocity
  • 25.Model 1601
  • 26.Iceland
  • 27.Eurasia (Marc's Mix) [Marc Romboy vs. Gui Boratto]
  • 28.The Awakening
  • 29.Lac de Nivelles
  • 30.Stella
  • 31.Sonora
  • 32.Where Would You Be? (Synthapella) [with Blake Baxter]
  • 33.Love's Got Me High (Marc Romboy's Systematic Rhodes Version)
  • 34.Reciprocity (Reprise)
  • 35.Shades (DJ Mix)

Taiyo (feat. Ken Ishii) [2013]

Believe it or not, Ken and I made this concept album without having met each other personally. Only a few months after finalizing this long player we got to know each other for a photo session in Amsterdam. I still love this album a lot, it's timeless in my ears and tells you a story.

Tracklist

  • 01. Gosa
  • 02. Seiun
  • 03. Helium
  • 04. Dopplereffekt
  • 05. Suisei
  • 06. Taiyo
  • 07. Der Strand
  • 08. Seiun (Max Cooper Remix)
  • 09. Gosa (Heiko Laux & Diego Hostettler Remix)
  • 10. Taiyo (Unsubscribe Remix by Dave Clarke & Mr. Jones)
  • 11. Helium (Skudge Remix)
  • 12. Gosa (Peter van Hoesen Remix)
  • 13. Seiun (Funk D'Void Remix)
  • 14. Susei (ROD Remix Two)
  • 15. Susei (ROD Remix One)
  • 16. Taiyo (Kim Pixa Remix)

Luna (vs. Stephan Bodzin) [2009]

A collection of all tracks Stephan and I produced until 2011, plus an infinite amount of stunning remixes by artists on our wish list, from the likes of Moritz von Oswald, Minilogue, Martin Buttrich and Robag Wruhme.

Tracklist

  • 01. Triton
  • 02. Oberon
  • 03. Callisto (Synthapella)
  • 04. Luna (Album Edit)
  • 05. Atlas (Album Edit)
  • 06. Miranda
  • 07. Ferdinand (Album Edit)
  • 08. Hydra
  • 09. Phobos (Synthapella)
  • 10. Telesto
  • 11. Puck
  • 12. Luna DJ Mix (Continuous DJ Mix)
  • 13.Phobos (Moritz von Oswald Remix)
  • 14. The Alchemist (Robag's Kopakkmuuf Rekksmo)
  • 15. Callisto (Joris Voorn Remix)
  • 16. Oberon (Ribn Remix)
  • 17. Telesto (Martin Buttrich Remix)
  • 18. Atlas (Gorge Remix)
  • 19. Ferdinand (Gregor Tresher Remix)
  • 20. Luna (Mutant Clan Remix)
  • 21. Hyperion (Stimming Remix)
  • 22. Miranda (Oliver Huntemann Remix)
  • 23. Callisto (Dominik Eulberg Remix)
  • 24. Phobos (Pan-Pot Remix)
  • 25. The Alchemist (Roman Fluegel Remix)
  • 26. Atlas (Gui Boratto Remix)
  • 27. Pandora (Brendon Moeller Remix)
  • 28. Luna (Oxia & Nicolas Masseyeff Remix)
  • 29. Hydra (Minilogue Remix)
  • 30.Ariel (Abe Duque Remix)
  • 31. Mab (Speedy J Remix)
  • 32. Puck (Chris Liebing Remix)
  • 33. Hyperion (Synthapella)
  • 34. Triton (Gaiser's Trial Tone Remix)

Contrast [2008]

Yes, there is a high contrast between the tracks on the album. On the one hand you have deep "Elif" and on the other hand the bassheavy "Sonora". Curious? Yes, this album is a rollercoaster ride for sure.

Tracklist

  • 01.The Beat (w/ Chelonis R. Jones)
  • 02.Fly Away (w/ Blake Baxter)
  • 03.The Slam (w/ Chelonis R. Jones)
  • 04.Iceland
  • 05.Ey Mind (w/ Mr. K-Alexi)
  • 06.Karambolage
  • 07.Side FX (w/ Chelonis R. Jones)
  • 08.Acid Love (w/ Mr. K-Alexi)
  • 09.Sonora
  • 10.Luna's World
  • 11.Elif
  • 12.Contrast Mega Mix

Gemini [2005]

One's debut album is always something vers special. I did choose this name because it's my zodiacal sign is gemini. My good friend Olaf Pozsgay gave me this hint when he mentioned that it might be great having an album title with a personal meaning.

Tracklist

  • 01.Jigsaw
  • 02.SL Mirage
  • 03.Impact Disco
  • 04.In My Mind
  • 05.House Ya
  • 06.I Need
  • 07.Underground?
  • 08.Freakin'
  • 09.Body Jack
  • 10.Himalia
  • 11.Model 1601
  • 12.Jigsaw (John Tejada Remix)
  • 13.Impact Disco (Williams Remix)
  • 14.I Need (Hugg & Pepp Remix)
  • 15.Body Jack (Radio Slave Remix)
  • 16.Freakin' (Robert Babicz Remix)
  • 17.Marc Romboy (Continous DJ Mix)

Marc Romboy is an artist renowned within the electronic scene for his eclectic, boundary-pushing approach and decades worth of experience working both behind the scenes and behind the decks.

Growing up in the West of Germany close to the borders of both The Netherlands and Belgium, Marc was always instinctively drawn to music. He would attend the acid house parties prevalent in the area, with an epiphany of sorts on the dancefloor of Front club in Hamburg in 1987. An avid record collector, he would listen to Krautrock, breaks, Italo disco, Chicago house and more, and experienced some of the first all house and techno clubs in Europe; the legendary Roxy club in Amsterdam and Dorian Grey in Frankfurt. Learning to DJ, and later on produce, was a natural step.

He founded the ’Le Petit Prince’ imprint in 1993 as a platform for the music of friends he was playing out, which went on to be named Label Of The Year by various German electronic music publications the following year. Its reputation led Marc into collaborating with other DJs to manage their labels too.

Meanwhile, Marc went on to notch up an impressive discography of EPs, tracks and collaborations, carving his own sound; emotive, versatile, and featuring distinctive basslines.

2004 was a landmark year for the artist, with the beginning of his own, completely self-run label Systematic. Since It's birth, the label has provided a home for productions from the likes of Robert Hood, Kenny Larkin, Omar-S, Terrence Parker, Timo Maas, kINK and many more. It also provided the platform for Marc’s first album, ‘Gemini’ in 2005, followed by four further LPs; 2008’s ‘Contrast’, 2009’s ‘6 Monde’ with Stephan Bodzin (which birthed the pair’s now-legendary track ‘Atlas’), 2013’s ‘Taiyo’ with Ken Ishii, and 2014’s three-disc retrospective compilation ‘Shades’.

After many years of gigging across the world’s most respected clubs - from Watergate to Berghain, Womb Tokyo to Output New York, Rex Paris to Fabric London - in 2016 Marc decided to embark on a new and ambitious project.

After having been invited to collaborate on Debussy performances with the Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra, Marc met and befriended their director, Miki Kekenj.

“I told him I’d like to collaborate on a project”, Marc remembers. Kekeni was interested in the idea but unsure of how to proceed. “I told him - we’ll do it like electronic music friends. I’ll record a demo and you can figure out if you can add something to it. Classical musicians are not accustomed to simply improvising. This was an inspiration for Miki.”

The result was ‘Voyage de la Planète’, Marc’s forward-thinking new album due for release on March the 17th on his newly launched label, Hyperharmonic. Pushing the boundaries between classical and electronic music, it makes for a moving , atmospheric outing for the producer - “I feel like there are still a couple of beautiful sounds to create”.