DoubtingThomas releases very trippy affair with Capharnaüm via the Metrolin


DoubtingThomas releases very trippy affair with Capharnaüm via the Metrolin

Aurelien Riviere aka DoubtingThomas has been one of the most faithful artists to the Metroline Limited stable with his first release on the label dating back to 2008. That release was the minimal-esque 5 track digital EP called Carambolage and since then Aurelien has produced another EP and various other tracks for a number of Metroline compilations, but never a 12" single.

Capharnaüm is a very trippy affair across 3 tracks, 2 originals from Aurelien and a remix from the uber talented Romanian producer from Arpiar fame, Cristi Cons.

His sound has always drawn upon wider influences than cookie-cutter dancefloor music, reaching to jazz and musique concrete to find textures that challenge in between the rhythms, and so it is that his distinctive live set has become his calling card in recent times. With recent tours taking him to the likes of Arma in Moscow, Rex Club in Paris and across the US, audiences around the world have been awoken to the distinctive DoubtingThomas sound. It’s the same kind of unique spirit that he brings to his DJing, taking chances to present a crowd with an alternative to the straight and narrow rules of so much club music.

Alongside that venture he has a spread of releases planned, including more than one album in the works. As previously stated, the restless approach to his craft promises great things on the horizon for DoubtingThomas.


1 Off The Grid
2 Cognitive Dissonance
3 Cognitive Dissonance (Cristi Cons remix)