And it is a present of calibrated releases that enrich their varied catalogue, alive since the year of foundation, 2015. The present of Pont Neuf also belongs to the Parisian producer Tour Maubourg and his freshly released album called ‘Spaces Of Silence LP’. This beautiful LP, out last January 27th, is composed of fourteen tracks that are a perfect portrait of the versatility of Tour Maubourg, who creates with this sound-tale a standard of what is the paradigm of current electronic sound, where more and more often we see producers engaging in mixing various genres, trying to maintain a clear line of communication, an imprint, an idea. All this is very easy to say but not to do, but Tour Maubourg rather succeeds in this task, drawing back inspiration from the importance and simplicity of his early productions, the innocence and the search for silence, which he finds paradoxically in music, being affected by a persistent tinnitus, like me. Subjective tinnitus is something only you can hear, which makes it such a personal, intimate and -at times- deep and profound nuisance (and very serious one). Having it myself since many years makes it easy for me to empathise with the artist, sympathising with his creative approach and appreciating the leitmotif he wants to give to his work, crafted using tapes ad analogue gear, which gives a warm feel to each and every track composing the album. In ‘Spaces Of Silence’ each track contributes to generating a very thriving musical ecosystem, which is rare. No track is to be skipped, if you want to fully understand the artistic concept that the author develops. From the rhythmic caresses of 'L'Hiver' and 'Grief (feat. Ismael Ndir)' to the sober poetics of 'Solaced', 'The Music (interlude)' and of the 'Outro', to the more energetic and stylish 'La Berceuse Des Vieux Amants' and 'La Péruvienne', where Jazz/Funk and House come together, speaking the same musical idiom. Sobriety and elegance reign supreme since the first till the last second and these two adjectives, if combined with music, always satisfy my ears. Highly recommended.