The Parisian duo Trésors first made their venture into making raw and rough-cut synthy electronic music after dabbling in post-punk and noise, after both Adriens decided to unplug the guitars like so many of their contemporaries. Their laidback, pop-influenced synthetic sound has got them gigging with the likes of Puro Instinct, Teengirl Fantasy and Toro Y Moi as well as Dan Deacon's producer working on their new album, 'Missionaires', which sees them explore a new language.
Creating a patchwork of fantastical melodies, the six tracks contained in their mini-album was composed in Paris and mastered in a Baltimore warehouse by Chester Gwazda who helped synthesise their trippy experiences. Hear the remixes of the new single Pleine Lune, from Holy Strays (Morning Ritual, Not Not Fun), Steve Moore (L.I.E.S, Mexican Summer), Bestial Mouths (desire), Blackmail (Yuk-Fü Rec) and Anoraak exclusively here first.
Out April 1st 2013 (Vinyl / Digital). Vinyl will be limited to 100 units worldwide.