The young parisian duo Ofenbach is succeeding in today’s dance electronics with a brilliant sound that also takes influences from rock, pop, and folk. After more than 6 years together the Parisian producers Rummel’s Caesar Y Dorian Lauduique, have reached a new level in their career, starring in Tomorrowland Around The World, to be held next July.
The duo had a strong impact from the beginning, thanks to the repercussion of «Be Mine«, The 2016 track that topped the world charts with more than 430 million streams. In 2017 they worked with Nick Waterhouse on the retro theme «Katchi”, Which had more than 300 million streams (6th in Europe for Airplay and dance theme plus shazamed the world for three months). That same year they worked with Benjamin Ingrosso, which led to a new success in France, being No. 2 of the most played songs on the radio. They soon followed him up with an EP that included their original tracks alongside collaborations with Portugal The Man Y The Bamboos, and another original release «Rock It«.
The earthquake Ofenbach didn’t stop there: they broke new records with the release of «Head Shoulders Knees & ToesLast year -with Quarterhead Y Norma Jean Martine-, surpassing the barrier of 350 million streams, achieving Gold and Platinum records in many countries. His next single, «Wasted Love«, A contagious track housero, has followed the same path. In just 6 years, Ofenbach have reached 1.7 billion streams global, 1 million downloads and 15 million monthly listeners on Spotify, supplying the current dance scene with a necessary fresh air based on quality and self-confidence, outside the yoke of fashions.
However, César Rummel and Dorian Lauduique still have their feet on the ground: César is a classically trained pianist and drummer in his spare time. Dorian is a singer and guitarist. The chemistry between the two Parisians dates back to the age of 11, when they both met in the corridors of their school. In love with the independent rock of the early 2000s, César and Dorian were inspired by the sounds of iconic bands such as The Libertines, Artic Monkeys or The Strokes to incorporate them into their particular conception of dance electronics.
Ofenbach They have known how to revitalize the current dance scene, distancing themselves from speeches exhausted ad nauseam by the mainstream and laying the foundations for a promising future in the industry. We can see them at Tomorrowland Around The World (July 16 and 17) sharing the bill with astros de la electrónica de baile como Amelie Lens, Claptone, Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Charlotte de Witte o Adam Beyer.
César and Dorian give us this special playlist for Beatburguer: “Summer Vibes”Is a small appetizer of what you will find in Tomorrowland Around The World: dance, hedonism and waves of fresh air. Hit play.