In 2014, it’s a surprise when one of The Avener remake track, Fade Out Lines made it to most of the charts. No one would expect that the song originally by Phoebe Killdeer & The Short Straws would have shot the French producer to fame. First in Germany, Top 10 hit in Australia, Belgium, Denmark etc, quickly followed by achieving the number one position in no less than 22 countries, the track definitely make us turn our heads now when the name The Avener is mentioned.
Fast forward to present day, after months of hiatus since his last track in early 2017, the electro house producer is surprising his fans with a new remake track of Bob Dylan’s Master of War. Known as one of BD’s best songs and one of the top 10 protest songs of all time, the repetitive lyrics and theme of a single harmony work in tandem to engage listeners of the singer’s perspective.
Being thrilled and honoured to be able to produce his version of this great song, The Avener will be adding elements of blues, jazz, folk and funk, showcasing his subtle electronic production, not taking away any essence of Bob Dylan’s original of course.
Check out the track now and and I’m sure you’ll love it cause The Avener never fails to deliver.