The Parisian duo, Ofenbach, are making their name within the ever-growing deep house scene. While they definitely have electro-music down, they add uniqueness by including rock and folk influences to their portfolio as well. “Head Shoulders Knees & Toes” shows the duo can really get fans up and dancing.
César is a classically trained pianist and drummer. Dorian is a singer-guitarist. These two met in grade school when they were asked to get into pairs due to a fire drill. César and Dorian spent the drill joking around and since then have been pretty much inseparable.
Their music career began at age 13, with a rock band. Following this, they joined a pop band at age 16. When university came along, they both studied at film schools and stayed in touch. Looking up to various artists, such as Robin Schulz and Daft Punk. Their admiration of different genres definitely shows in their music style, giving fans a new type of electronic music. Ofenbach’s song “Be Mine” is a seamless blend of 70’s rock and electronic. “Be Mine” topped dance charts with over 300 million streams. Ofenbach is back at it with another blend of rock and electro, “Head Shoulders Knees & Toes.”
“Head Shoulders Knees & Toes”
The duo paired up with German DJ and producer duo, Quarterhead, and American singer, Norma Jean Martine. “Head Shoulders Knees & Toes” shows a new side of Ofenbach. Although the concentration on intense synths is prevalent, the duo stays true to themselves with their powerful melody.
At just 24, Ofenbach continues to impress fans. They continuously prove how versatile they are. Before COVID-19 they were touring throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States. Right before “Head Shoulders Knees & Toes” was released, the duo released a “Physical” remix for Dua Lipa. During the pandemic lockdown, they have been hard at work writing and producing new music in the studio. Luckily, this means there is plenty more in store for fans.