Leon Inc. Shares New 80s Electronica Track “Kepler-62 ft. JR827”
After creating a buzz with on XLR8R with his first single “Microfibre”, French multimedia and electronica artist Leon Inc. has announced the release of his second single “Kepler-62” (ft. JR827). The track is named after recently discovered star surrounded by two potentially Earth-like exoplanets. With thick 80s overtones and punchy bass, “Kepler-62” is something you might hear in a cult classic movie from yesteryear. Leon Inc. will follow up the release with the first full-length album “Insert Disc” in early 2017 via Leon Records.
The multimedia album merges audio-visual components and 3D web animation to deliver a full-on experience for the listener/viewer. “Kepler-62’s” hooky, melodic synth shapes, swirling arrangements and sinister edge wouldn’t feel out of place as the soundtrack to an 80s cult classic movie or a familiar drive in a big city noir,” Jeremy explains, “I produce a lot alone at night and Kepler-62 is definitely the most nocturnal track of the album. This feeling is well expressed by the web animation of the track on Leon Resort, with that midnight blue. As for the interpretation of the title, look at the sky while listening to the track tonight, and it will be yours.”
Since being introduced to artists such as Mirwais and William Orbit and Les Inrocks’ compilation “Une Rentre´e Electro” featuring the likes of Aphex Twin, LFO and M83 when he was 8 years old, Jeremy was truly fascinated and inspired. Drawing influence from the likes of Com Truise, Etienne De Crecy, Hudson Mohawke and LuckyMe Records, Leon Inc. comprise an in depth array and cross section of music, artwork and web design.