Stephane Lefrançois’ follows up on his Vault EP with 3 new cuts crossing into a more energetic, dancefloor oriented collection. Flair is an upbeat, positive track layered with the abstract trumpet playing of Nicolo Bozzano, dubby synth stabs and a steady, marching beat. Sudden Trip delves into an outtake from a live session that builds slowly from a head nodding jam to include glitchy and heavy percussive elements and change-ups. Black Tulip continues with Nicolo’s trumpet riffs and a shuffled snare beat that drops hints of afrobeat rhythms. The Vault, Session 2 highlights Lefrançois’ versatile production skills being able to cater to dancefloor settings while showcasing diverse musical arrangements and moods. As with the first Vault series, original cover art created by Antonio Motta appropriately accompanies the 3 track EP.
Stephane Lefrancois started his music career in the early 90s, playing drums for various ensembles in Paris, France, where he was born. After moving to Canada, he spent some time perfecting his recording engineering skills, and is now an accomplished producer, with songs played worldwide and being featured on labels such as Compost, Sony and BBE.