Emmanuel Santarromana

2009/01/07

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After two compilations for the fashion designer Barbara Bui, and a five years DJing career on the French electronic scene, Emmanuel Santarromana releases his first album in 2003, Métropolitain. He offers us an unforgettable journey into the cosmopolitan heart of Paris. Along with the Parisian subway, Emmanuel explores the different styles and cultures of the famous areas and tube stations: from Arabian influences (“Barbès”), to hip-hop (“Les Halles”), African vibrations and vocals (“Château Rouge”), melancholic pop (“Père Lachaise”), jazzy moods (“Saint-Germain-des-Prés”) and electronic sounds sprinkled on Vivaldi nisi dominus (“Opéra”). Métropolitain is a very unique vision of Paris, sophisticated, melodic and impressionist, full of colors, emotions and sounds. An album featuring the rapper Mike Ladd, the African Divas, and more surprising the famous designer Andrée Putman with a poem written by Boris Vian.

Emmanuel Santarromana – Metropolitain from the album “Métropolitain”

Emmanuel Santarromana – Barbés from the album “Métropolitain”

Emmanuel Santarromana – Trocadéro from the album “Métropolitain”

Emmanuel Santarromana (feat. Mike Ladd) – Les Halles from the album “Métropolitain”

Emmanuel Santarromana (feat. André Putmann) – Saint Germain Des Prés from the album “Métropolitain”

Emmanuel Santarromana (feat. Nôze) – Luxembourg from the album “Métropolitain”

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