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L’hôtel Hi est un hôtel design et urbain, haut de gamme en rupture avec les codes traditionnels du luxe. Créé à l’initiative de Patrick Elouarghi et Philippe Chapelet imaginé par matali crasset, une des plus grandes designers mondiales.
Cette année, l’hôtel Hi fête ses 10 ans
La musique électronique fait partie intégrante de la vie et du concept.
HI RADIO est programmée par KOMPAKT, un des labels de musique les plus prestigieux au monde.
A l occasion de l’anniversaire des 10 ans du HI : Paul Nazca et Maxime Dangles, djs artistes confirmés, qui font partie de la nouvelle garde de l'électronique Française ont crée un album : HI TEN> Cliquez ici pour la suite
Pour cette compilation exclusive, Maxime Dangles et Paul Nazca ont sélectionné des morceaux d’artistes internationalement reconnus tels que : Les Pachanga Boys, Joris Delacroix, NHAR, Traumer ou encore NU...
Distribué par la baleine, distributeur de musiques indépendantes : http://www.la-baleine.com/ notre album sera présenté par ses deux djs d’exception lors de nos soirées :
- Happy bar Party: le samedi 15 juin 2013 au Hi Hotel à Nice
- Hi Matic Party 3: le jeudi 20 juin 2013 à Paris
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HI!H by Frédéric Galliano // HI shop > Commander le Hi!By Frédéric Galliano
Considered for its innovative character the “HI shop” allows customers to buy all kinds of products related to the hotel’s atmosphere. Hi became the first hotel to produce a music album under its own label HI-print: HI!H by Frédéric Galliano.
Frédéric Galliano is a music passionate since his teenage days. At that time he had already acquired a wide cultural musical taste, such as Latino, jazz and Kraftwerk’s electronic preludes at the end of the 70’s.> Cliquez ici pour la suite
In the meantime, he was learning drums and piano, and started building an interest in African and Oriental music. His curiosity has no limits and he is interested in worldwide musicology which makes him a very special artist on the electronic scene.
He became a Dj by chance after he stood in for someone one night in a night club. His musical culture rapidly made him famous but his carrier really took off during the very popular parties “à la poursuite de la 13e note” and also because people could hear some of his remixes: “what’s up” in 1996 and “la yellow connection” in 1997.
To compose the album, Frédéric Galliano came as a resident artist at the HI hotel and his inspiration came from the different atmospheres he felt in every room and concepts as well as the communal areas. Every area of the hotel corresponds to a special feeling that was translated into music.
The album is composed of 9 tracks corresponding to the 9 concepts and 3 tracks for the communal areas of the hotel such as the happy bar, or the restaurant.
The album was launched in March 2008 after 2 years of work. It is sold in selected shops such as “lieu commun” and “Colette” in Paris.
Frédéric Galliano celebrated the launch of his album by playing at the HI hotel’s happy bar on May 9th 2008.
SPEICHER staple and renowned club juggernaut KÖLSCH debuts on KOMPAKT with the full-length "1977", an extraordinary collection of club gems that introduces his earlier masterpieces to exclusive new material. Here, the epic, the rad and the snappy find themselves under one expertly crafted groove, making this album an essential choice for both home clubbers and floor hounds… your new best friend is here and it's a record. Despite the name and despite our well-documented love for Cologne's beer, KÖLSCH isn't a local and he didn't label himself after the famed brew.> Cliquez ici pour la suite
Even with a much-acclaimed print run and a series of venerated live appearances under his belt, award-winning Danish producer Rune Reilly Kölsch has to regularly duck quizzical questions about his heritage. And yet he couldn't be clearer: take, for example, established floor favorites OPA (German for "Grandfather"), DER ALTE (a classic German TV series) or SILBERPFEIL (a legendary German racing car)… those track titles all refer to Rune's memories from a childhood spent in Germany. "1977" isn't a simple "Best of" hack job, however: with new crackers BASSHUND, BAPPEDEKKEL and EISWINTER lighting the fire, KÖLSCH doesn't need to worry about future impact. And then there's a cut like OMA, an emotive counterpart to the slightly sardonic OPA and every bit as engaging as canonical hyperballad ALL THAT MATTERS. For the grand finale, Rune turns to LORELEY, the inaugural release of the project and to this day a massive banger in its own right - so powerful in fact, that the shock needs to be absorbed by two more tracks: the sweeping WASSERSCHUTZ and a Trojan horse called FELIX, originally intended to be an album outro of sorts… but then someone pushed the button and the trans-dimensional portal sprang to life.