Producer and singer from Black Strobe Arnaud Rebotini was raised on funk and disco by his father nonetheless he rebelled and formed death metal and noise grunge bands. A student in computer science, he was soon seduced by technology, bought a 303, a 808 and began crafting skewed electronica and techno.
In 2000 he released an album 'Organique' under the moniker Zend Avesta, an experimental pop project. A classical buff he also works for the GRM, a state institution created by veteran innovators Pierre Henry and Pierre Schaeffer devoted to contemporary music.
Arnaud is an eclectic and brilliant composer always involved in new exciting projects. He is also a great DJ surprising and moving the crowd with accurate choices. Many producers asked him remixes such like Oliver Huntemann, Zen Kei, or as Blackstrobe, The Rapure, Depeche Mode Tiefschwarz and many more. Aside his Blackstrobe discography Arnaud Rebotini lately released records on Kling Klong, Goodlife, and Dimmer.
Now his focus on an full Album project signed on Citizen [Vitalic's label]. Bored to composed and produced music with computers since years and since, Arnaud droped his laptop and went back to analog, and build a vintage set up with classical electro/techno machine: 2 beatbox [Roland TR 909, and TR 808] and 3 Synth [Roland SH 101, Juno 60, and a Korg Monopoly] to jam with.
After 5 days of Jamming in studio, the result was 1 hour of groovy electro/techno. While his live set Arnaud only use this machines and obviously no laptop or any external sequencers. This set is made to shake the dance floor with real hot analog sound. A first 12 inch will be out in may, a second 12 and the Album in september.