The ‘Access’ compilation will be released via his own Lazare Hoche Records imprint on November 30th
Taking his name from the street on which he lived in the suburb of Paris, Lazare Hoche aka Charlie Naffah is a spearhead for the French underground dance community. A diligent entrepreneur, he has been self-releasing on Lazare Hoche Records since 2011. The success of the collaborative project ‘I Don’t Sync So Part. 1’ (with close friend Malin Génie), led to the pair inviting Samuel André Madsen for Vol. 2, as well as forming the Mandar trio - with Hoche receiving notable support from DJ Gregory aka Point G.
These strong ties Naffah has cultivated over the years, are the backbone to his latest compilation album “Access”, a pool of DJ tools and decadence. Yet more impressively, support from the likes of Jean Caffeine aka Luke Solomon, Nimbus Quartet and the “Skymaster” Project of Mark Ambrose (who’s original releases are valuable collectors items on Discogs) create the padding for Access to take on shape and form.
A1. NWS - Time’s Irrelevant
A2. Lazare Hoche – Access
B. Luke Solomon presents Jean Caffeine - Jean’s Afterthought
C. Point G - La Lampe du Vizir Adjané
D. Modal - Lovers (Roy Davis & Dj Skull Remix)
E. Skymaster - Final Link
F. Lazare Hoche & Malin Génie – Formes
G. Nimbus Quartet - Your House Is Yours
H. Lazare Hoche & Malin Génie - Session 2
I. Unit T - Mystery Tones
J. Mandar - Fouad