Wednesday, 19 June 2013

C2C: Live in London

French electronic act C2C are playing a sold-out show at the Forum in London tomorrow night, returning after their sell-out show at KOKO earlier this year.

The band, features four turntablists, all originally from Nantes, 20Syl, Greem, Atom and Pfel.

They've been active since 1998 and have in recent years become recognised as one of France's most innovative dance acts.

Their album tetra was released last year, and was a number one album in France. The track Down the road also topped the singles charts.

The success led to them winning a total of four awards at the Victoires de la musique awards in 2013.

So far this year they've released remixed tracks by -M- and Vitalic.

But rather than just being a studio proposition, C2C are very much at home on stage, their live sets shows that not only are they technically innovative, but are capable of generating an electrifying performance.

They've got more live dates across Europe following the London show, including sets at festivals like Roskilde. However I suspect we'll be seeing more of them in the UK before too long.

they're also in the BBC Radio one studios tonight (Wednesday) on the Phil Taggart and Alice Levine show with an interview and two tracks live between 10 and 11PM.

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