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  1. Since then, Agoria has released tree more long-players The Green Armchair (), the soundtrack to Go Fast (), Impermanence () ; all showcasing Agoria’s talent for creating deep.
  2. Review: Agoria has enjoyed a long working relationship with Luxembourg-raised classical pianist turned experimental composer Francesco Tristano, having released a number of the latter's works on his Infine label. Here, they join forces for "Kick The Peace (part 2)", the highlight of a smart two-track EP for Innervisions. Woozy, intricate, musically complex and spooky, it impressively fuses.
  3. Another scale is the 7 stage Functional Assessment Staging (FAST) scale, which focuses primarily on activities of daily living. Finally, the Clinical Dementia Rating (CDR) combines an assessment of cognitive abilities with function in order to give a grade on a 5-stage scale. The CDR scale is mostly used in research settings.
  4. Dec 11,  · Constantly looking to expand his horizons, Sebastien "Agoria" Devaud is now giving a go at a motion picture soundtrack. Following his seminal addition to the now extinct At the Controls series late last year, and in lieu of a proper original studio album, he scored Go Fast, a film about "people driving at over km/hour for distances in excess of km in need of a groove." (Or, if you'd Author: Stéphane Girard.
  5. À propos de Agoria. The son of an opera singer, Sebastien Devaud began producing his own material under the Agoria name in Influenced by Jazz and Detroit Techno, Devaudâ s nosebleed techno and gritty electronic sound quickly gained favour with French independent labels like Zebra 3 and A-Traction and he was soon being name-checked by the likes of Laurent Garnier and Sven Vath.
  6. Agoria ‎– Go Fast (Music From & Inspired By The Motion Picture) Label: Different ‎– DIFF CD, PIAS France ‎– /5(25).
  7. Taken from Agoria's new Album "Go Fast" (Movie directed by Oliver Van Hoofstadt) Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; Agoria Feat. Scalde: Agoria Feat. Scalde.
  8. Agoria (born Sébastien Devaud, January 16, ) is a French electronic record producer, composer and made four albums including the soundtrack to the movie Go is one of the founders of the record label InFiné. Since he is attached to the city of Lyon, he also took part in the creation of the French indie and electronic music festival Les Nuits Sonores.

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