Los Angeles based electronic artist Clovis XIV will release his debut EP, Golden Hours, on 27th January 2017, who also work with widely popular acts such as Justice, Kavinsky and Woodkid.

The project was born out of flames. Though Clovis XIV had already performed as a drummer in bands such as Sna-fu Grand Désordre Orchestre and Mustard Pimp, the Parisian was prompted to launch a solo project when he lost his house in Versailles to a fire. Rather than wallow in this disaster, he took a Roland Groovebox – recovered from the wreck of his home – and began his new career. Still, his history as a drummer infects the rhythmic beats he creates as Clovis XIV, taking his music to the heights of the electronic scene via his new found home of Los Angeles.

Clovis XIV now prepares to release his debut EP, Golden Hours. Inspired by the landscapes that surround him, on the EP the musician demonstrates his ability to create expansive tracks out of soundboard and synth, calling to mind the often disparate Los Angeles scenery.

Listen to and share the Golden Hours EP.

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