In the highly pressurized climate floating over the great global dancefloor, the new generation of producers nourrishing its vitality carries within itself this sole duty: to be grateful enough of the pionneers' work to deconstruct it. At this fancy game, Madben is one of the best. Enlightened gardian of the spirit of rave, executive for the fine abode Astropolis, we saw him play all over Europe, and in great festivals, like Marsatac, Piknic Elektronik, Panoramas, or Les Trans Musicales, not to mention his numerous incursions in the best labels of the Old World and his numerous remixes. Still, the hardest had yet to come: being able to produce, and succeed in making his first album of a music that is hard to tame in the full-scope. Is "Frequence(s)" a techno album? Above all, it's an album of a music that doesn't refrain from anything. A stunning salvation way for this music, that deserves to stay young the longest possible, with Madben as one of its most relevant architects.