Despite the possible danger of alienating some of his techno fans, Traumer decided to go towards more minamilistic tracks, coming closer to house and eastern Europe music. This new twist in his music is fully illustrated by the launch of the label, Gettraum. However, we know the French producer well enough that this new label will not limit him to just this style of music. We know that the artist from south west France loves surprising us as well as himself.
Paris's university seems not to have lost any of its superb when it comes to electronic music. Its persistant lights keep attracting -as much as they steadily arrouse- more and more artists from the country towards her, although a very few, the most cunning ones succeed in implanting durably there.
Romain Poncet aka Traumer is one of them. The keen disciple has left Avignon's confortable warmth and plundged deep into the capital's boiling life. For a couple of years now he's been devoted intirely to his passion and has elicited many enthusiasm, offering him now the possibility to dedicate all of his time on his productions. Under IRM founders's friendly wings, who noticed in the first place his talent, and Electric Rescue's expert and encouraging critic, the young producer keep on working and delivering new material, easily oscillating between genres, that has already convinced most of the electronic scene's godgathers.
The frenchman's discography pledges for his dynamism: in a few of years he proved his versatility, composing a cold, fierce, uncompromising techno for Maxime Dangles's imprint Sign Industry as well as a melodious, jazzy deep house, suave and delicately bouncing, that Ventura Records released last year. Traumer's musical circonvolutions reflect the deepness of his creativity and his technical mastering. Alternating genres, switching from smooth, sensible productions to straight, extatic techno tracks like Night Moves released on Skryptom, he succeeded in building up a rich and strong repertoire, giving his live performances an unanimous acclamation in prestigious clubs like Paris's Rex and allowing him the notable supports of artists like Laurent Garnier, Len Faki or Stefan Bodzin,