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Album Review

Combining classical music with synths and electro beats, Something a la Mode is the inventive self-titled debut album from violinist Thomas Roussel and cellist Yannick Grandjean. Released in 2009, its 12 tracks include collaborations with fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld ("RondoParisiano"), West Coast rapper K Flay ("5 A.M."), and R&B vocalist Adam Joseph ("Little Bit of Feel Good"), alongside "Schubert a la Mode," which samples one of the Austrian composer's most famous pieces. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Formed: 2006

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Formed by two students who studied classical music at the Conservatory of Dijon, SomethingALaMode -- or SALM -- turned to electro and techno after writing orchestral arrangements for Detroit DJ Jeff Mills. Featuring Thomas Roussel (violin, electronics) and Yannick Grandjean (cello, electronics), SomethingALaMode was born in 2006 when the duo were working for Mills, orchestrating his concert at the Pont du Gard. Three years later they made their debut on the Yellow Productions label with a self-titled...
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