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Jerome Badini

Jerome Badini

Jerome Badini


His father, Gerard Badini, is a famous sax player and conductor who worked with Duke Ellington and Stan Getz among others. Jerome listened to Miles Davis, James Brown, Herbie Hancock and Prince through out his teens. Inspired by house music from Chicago and New York and fueled on Maceo Parker and Bennie Maupin, Jerome Badini created his own style: electro-sax ! A powerhouse sound, terse and hypnotic, the sax is a trance-maker in his hands. He's been acclaimed performing live with Little Louie Vega (Vinyl Read more on Last.fm
His father, Gerard Badini, is a famous sax player and conductor who worked with Duke Ellington and Stan Getz among others. Jerome listened to Miles Davis, James Brown, Herbie Hancock and Prince through out his teens. Inspired by house music from Chicago and New York and fueled on Maceo Parker and Bennie Maupin, Jerome Badini created his own style: electro-sax ! A powerhouse sound, terse and hypnotic, the sax is a trance-maker in his hands. He's been acclaimed performing live with Little Louie Vega (Vinyl, New York), Derrick May (Amnesia, Ibiza) and DJ Sneak (Elysée-Montmartre, Paris). Thanks to Dimitri from Paris, he met with DJ-producer Alexkid.

They composed together Trindade for Trip Do Brasil (Sony). Then, with Ilene Barnes, he wrote Fantasy where the Detroit singer's deep voice can be heard answering Jerome's feverish sax. With David Duriez, he has recorded Get On Down (2020 Vision). In 2004, Jerome Badini has composed and produced 'Round The Clock (Super Bad Trax), a 12 track journey, introducing Super Bad, the tenor sax adventurer, at the time of a parisian date. In 2006, he has worked with his father's orchestra for the first time and produced Scriabin's Groove to set six Alexander Scriabin piano pieces opposite their transpositions into the idiom of jazz.

This album has been unanimously acclaimed in the press and awarded. In 2007, Jean-Philippe Audin (VideoCello), Jerome Badini (ElectroSax) and Judith Darmont (VideoKeyboard) has launched MovieSonic, a multimedia concept mixing electro-jazz, classical music and video-art. On stage, their digital instruments trigger simultaneous music, photo and video, in a next generation invention... Read more on Last.fm.

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