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Air's Jean-Benoît Dunckel already kicked out one LP this year under his solo guise Tomorrow's World, and now he's got another project with an EP on the way. Starwalker, Dunckel's partnership with…   Read Story »
Folks like Jim James, Oneohtrix Point Never, Talk Talk's Mark Hollis, Shearwater and Air contributed to the soundtrack of Starz original series Boss, which features Kelsey Grammar as an unraveling…   Read Story »
Air got famous in the late '90s by making sexed-up retro-futuristic bachelor-pad music that sounded like the most French thing ever created. But their new LP, Le Voyage Dans La Lune, is a bit of a…   Read Story »
Air's Jean-Benoit Dunckel new side project is called Tomorrow's World, and with that outfit he kicks off the new Kitsuné compilation, Kitsuné Parisien II, with "So Long, My Love." The track…   Read Story »
Le Voyage Dans Le Lune, the new album from veteran French sexy-music purveyors Air, began life when the duo were asked to score a restored, colorized version of the 1902 Georges Méliès silent film…   Read Story »
Previously on Stereogum, we saw a glimpse of Air's most recent project, where the French electronic duo had scored a recolored, remastered version of Georges Méliès' cinematic landmark Le Voyage…   Read Story »
The origin of Air's forthcoming LP, Le Voyage Dans La Lune, was a restoration of the iconic French film of the same name, a cinematic landmark created by Georges Méliès in 1902. The French…   Read Story »
When Air announced the details for their forthcoming Le Voyage Dans La Lune a little while ago, one of the more interesting wrinkles was that one song would feature vocals from Beach House's Victoria…   Read Story »
Air's follow-up to 2009's Love 2 is called Le Voyage Dans La Lune in tribute to fellow countryman Georges Méliès' influential 1902 silent film of the same name. The album features contributions…   Read Story »
For the social cost of a "Like" on Facebook, you can check out French electronic duo Air's new film for Cartier, Painted Love, which I must say gets pretty freaky. Head to Cartier's Facebook page…   Read Story »