Born in 1977, Charles-Emile Beulac spent part of his formative years learning the violin, flute and trumpet, before turning to synthesizers and sequencers when he was just fourteen, progressively experimenting with electronica and ambient as he grew older and discovered the work of artists such as Autechre, Boards Of Canada and Brian Eno. After having one of his compositions selected to feature on Worm Interface's Alt.frequencies Vol. 4, a handful of labels manifested interest for his music, including Skam and Plug Research. He finally settled for Law & Auder to release his first album, Nothing Down-To-Earth, as Galerie Stratique. Two years on, he returns with his second opus, Horrizzzons, published on newly formed Quebec City Statik Distribution.
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