Ambient bass music producer and artist, FREnchfire (Alex Lowther-Harris) has been making waves through the underground electronic music scene for some time now. His latest EP; 'Lavender' is set for release through Invader Music on the 2nd December.
Originally hailing from Bristol, the Manchester based producer has been creating music since 2006; describing his work as being influenced by UK bass scene, American electronic dance music, as well as artists including The Knife, Koreless and Burial.
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The 'Lavender' release is inspired by FREnchfire's time spent in the countryside; exploring the ideas of isolation and spending time away from society and people. Ambient elements within 'Lavender' represent the ghostly and vast feelings associated with the country, with garage elements relating to his experiences of life in within the city.
'Antique' as a track combines the talents of FREnchfire with Sarah Zad, a pairing that came about through conversations started over Soundcloud. Originally a rejected hip-hop instrumental, Alex passed the track onto Sarah who turned it into something incredible and hypnotic.
The music video (directed by Liam Healy) collates FREnchfires own ideas about escapism, the country as a close, sad environment to him, and also ideas related to his art. The video explores the vast, beautiful, ethereal landscapes that have been so much of an inspiration for Alex as a musician.
Today, we are excited to premier the video for 'Antique.'