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Superpoze heads to the West Coast for three performances + “For We The Living” exhibit in Paris

French electronic music producer Superpoze is heading to the West Coast for three exciting live show performances. The quick tour run includes a performance at Las Vegas’ esteemed Life is Beautiful Festival on September 22, followed by a show at Los Angeles’ Bootleg Theater on September 23, and a final show at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana, CA. Superpoze is currently working on the composition of a soundtrack for author and scenographer Marc Lainé’s new play, which will be touring in Fall / Winter season 2017 – 2018.

Superpoze performances are anything but ordinary, his incredible set up includes a synth pad, classic piano, controllers and other live band components. His recent 8-track LP “For We The Living” received high acclaims, as it was premiered via Billboard’s Facebook Live, was followed by a performance at LA’s exclusive MixMag Lab and after a stellar New York City show at the famed Mercury Lounge, he earned a large feature in the Huffington Post.

“For We The Living” is now being featured in the Parisian Magda Danysz art gallery. The high-end gallery has hosted famed street artist like JR and André. His exhibit is a shape-shifting and immersive work – that takes roots in a fictional archaeological work made of digs, archives, classification, indexed and filed documents. In the middle of the space is an 8-video installation, along with a booklet created by the group Television. At the center: a piano. Superpoze will stop by the exhibit to perform in the space, and each performance will be live streamed.

In the coming months, fans can expect a “For We The Living” album reissue which will include new remixes from French artist Rone, German DJ Christian Loffler and more.

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