Most widely known for his use the pioneering electronic duo Atmosphere, composer/multi-instrumentalist Nicolas Godin was created in Paris, France on Xmas Day time in 1969. While learning architecture in the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles, he fulfilled mathematics college student and potential bandmate Jean-Benoît Dunckel. Ahead of forming Atmosphere, they performed in the choice band Orange alongside home music producer-to-be Étienne de Crécy. After Orange disbanded, Dunckel and Godin continuing to create music together, eventually becoming Atmosphere by 1995. The duo’s exclusive mixture of symphonic pop, film music, classic digital music, and fresh influx spawned 1998’s instant-classic full-length debut, Moon Safari, in addition to noteworthy albums like 2001’s experimental 10,000 Hz Tale and 2004’s lush Talkie Walkie. Godin and Dunckel also place their own tag on film music with soundtracks towards the Virgin Suicides and Le Voyage Dans la Lune. After liberating the latter recording in 2012, the duo continued hiatus. While Dunckel involved in a number of collaborations, Godin focused on an recording influenced by pianist Glenn Gould’s interpretations of Johann Sebastian Bach’s key pad music. Contrepoint, which also included jazz, tropicalia, exotica, and left-field pop among its wide swath of affects, first found its way to Sept 2015 and was presented with a wider launch the following yr.