His association to the collective Epsilonlab would give him a new playground to play music he believes in. His 2 album releases with Epsilonlab will be critically acclaimed and get nominated at the ADISQ gala. Soft and intelligent rhythms that play with your head as well as your feets, was the description for his album Les Autres Promeneurs released in 2004. Things worked out on the international scale when Pheek got in contact with Netlabel Thinner and released with them. Followed by 3 tours to Europe (France, UK, Switzerland, Germany, Portugal), where he played at places such as Batofar, London's AKA, Libon's Cosmopolis fest and Switzerland's Bienale located in Neuchatel, Pheek exported his live set to new crowds. His music got more attention when it got in the hands of Richie Hawtin who played it through his Final Scratch sets as well as DJs like Magda and Jay Haze. This would then result in some releases to come. Inspired by the feedback his music received and willing to take risks, JP decided to start his own label, Archipel.
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