Bertrand Burgalat

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Bertrand Burgalat

Aesthete, poet, impresario, musician, producer, conceptualist and the last Gentleman of pop, Bertrand Burgalat has one of the best ears in the business and the rare facility to revitalize classic pop principles. As a big sound producer in the tradition of George Martin, Burt Bacharach and John Barry and the founder/owner of the boutique label Tricatel Records, Burgalat valiantly upholds artistic and technical ideals long ago discarded by a music industry that has sold its soul.

His production credits include work with Air, April March, Laibach, Mick Harvey and Louis Philippe, while his own releases highlight and artist with dazzling creative abilities, subtlety fusing 60’s pop ethics, string sections, innovative electronica and “out there” psychedelia with wry, intelligent lyrics and finely-crafted melodies. A true maverick, Burgalat has, over  the past twenty or so years, worked on over 150 albums as producer, arranger, composer or musician, producing an impressive universe of work that is still expanding to this day.

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