Electro Deluxe


The Birth of a Unique Sound
In the heart of Paris in the early 2000s, a group of musicians initiated a musical fusion that reshaped the boundaries between jazz and funk. Electro Deluxe was born. This daring French group dared to marry the freedom of jazz with the synthetic sounds of electronic music. Their journey began in 2001 when drummer Arnaud Renaville, saxophonist Thomas Faure, bassist Jeremie Coke, and keyboardist Gaël Cadoux decided to shake up the jazz scene with their unique vision.

The Rise of “Stardown”
In 2007, Electro Deluxe unveiled their sonic manifesto with the album “Stardown.” This debut showcased a fresh fusion of jazz, funk, and electronics with tracks like “Point G,” an instrumental piece with a distinctive flavor that encapsulates the DNA of their new sound.

An Unconventional Collective
Electro Deluxe was not just a band; it was a collective of sonic pioneers. By joining forces with the charismatic singer James Copley, the group quickly became known for their uncompromising musical experiments and intense live performances.

A Groovy Evolution
Never content and refusing to rest on their laurels, Electro Deluxe embarked on an unceasing quest for musical evolution. With albums like “Play” (2010), “Home” (2013), and “Circle” (2016), they pushed the boundaries, incorporating elements of soul, hip-hop, and R&B into their sonic palette. Each release was a testament to their commitment to artistic growth. Collaborations with Gaël Faye, Guillaume Poncelet, Didier Lockwood, Flavio Boltro, as well as Nils Landgren, Candy Dulfer, and Fred Wesley, provided the collective with a constant influx of freshness.

Enchanting Live Performances
What truly set Electro Deluxe apart were their literally enchanting live performances. The group’s stage presence was simply hypnotic. Their ability to improvise and create a connection with the audience generated an electric atmosphere that left an indelible memory after each show. The biggest stages cherish these moments of connection: Marciac, Jazz à Vienne, Montreal Jazz Festival, Printemps de Bourges, Solidays, and more. International Recognition As their sound transcended borders, Electro Deluxe gained international recognition. Their music spoke a universal language, attracting fans from all corners of the globe. With a fan base spanning multiple continents, they became ambassadors of the French music scene.

The Legend Continues
As we move further into the 21st century, the legacy of Electro Deluxe continues to grow. Their unique fusion of genres has inspired a new generation of musicians to explore uncharted musical territories. With their latest album, “NEXT” (2024), they have proven that they remain at the forefront of musical innovation.

Touring periods/avails

– June/July 2024
– November/December 2024
– February/March 2025