Following on from reworking Signum’s 1998 track ‘What Ya Got 4 Me’, Joachim Pastor places his style of production in the limelight again. Illustrating contrast through a mash of delicate plucks and curled bass tones, ‘Kenger’ aims to keep the momentum on an upward trajectory in the lead up to the release of the French artist’s first-ever album.
Joachim Pastor: "I produced this track a long time ago for a special live with Cercle alongside friend and fellow artist NTO. I really wanted to make something hypnotic with an almost mechanical melody, and ended up contrasting the repetitions with a big lead exploding mid-track."
Inspired by the works of artists such as Daft Punk, Sonata Arctica and Jean-Michel Jarre, Joachim Pastor’s melodious brand of electronica aims to offer a sense of sophistication not easily found in today’s music world.
Hoping to make listeners feel with every fibre of their being, his music aims to be an expression of emotion with a danceable twist, endorsed by thousands on Spotify alone and possibly those who witnessed his performances at the likes of Dour, Tomorrowland, Paleo, Olympia, Solidays, DGTL, Pleinvrees and more.