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by Voice Industrie

"Groundless" is the first single from the upcoming album "Dreams of Flight" by Voice Industrie.
Genre: Electronic: Progressive Trance
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Groundless is the first single from the upcoming full length album "Dreams of Flight" to be released in early 2018.

Having gone through three distinct phases since it began in 1989, with different members coming and going, VI was briefly known as "Boys in Factories", but in an effort to be more marketable, Levesque changed the name in 1991. Voice Industrie retains the electronic elements (with Levesque’s French background to thank for the spelling) and references the importance of vocals in its music, in a genre that usually puts minimal focus on it.

Voice Industrie’s upcoming album Dreams of Flight album is immersed in chill vibes and dancefloor floor thumpers.. and is set for an early 2018 release.

“The album theme revolves around a desperation to overcome obstacles in order to achieve a lifelong dream, or a lifelong ambition, only to be ultimately rejected by doors being slammed in your face,” Levesque explains, referring to his goal of wanting to become a pilot. “My father was a pilot and I’ve always aspired to be a pilot but was never really able to pursue it.”

A “drummer by nature,” Alan planted his roots in progressive rock, and he cites Pink Floyd, Genesis and Yes (specifically drummer Bill Bruford) as influences. Later on, the taste for prog gave way to electronic music, and included artists such as Depeche Mode, Gary Numan, Front 242 and Underworld. In one particular review, a writer cited that "if you tossed Underworld, Front 242, Chemical Brothers, Nine Inch Nails and Depeche Mode in a blender, you’d get Voice Industrie".

"Voice Industrie is all about trying something different with each album by drawing on past and current influences to produce something unique .” Levesque says.

“For the most part, Voice Industrie has always wanted to push positive themes, to offer something to be optimistic about, feel-good music. It’s music for the mind, it’s not necessarily just throwaway, or hopefully it’s not throwaway music,” Levesque says. “I put a lot of effort into the music to make it deep and layered, and to make it hopefully stand the test of time. I think with optimism … it hopefully lends less of a shadow and more of a light onto music.”



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