david fenech was asked by the “villette sonique” festival to animate a workshop for kids around electronic music. david created a special software for the workshop in order to create music using a webcam
a series of music videos by jerome fino using a zooming macro camera. with performances by sophie agnel, arnaud riviere, super jean francois plomb, electronicat, gol
médecins sans frontières is an international humanitarian aid organisation that provides emergency medical assistance. david fenech composed the music for a short clip by didier richard, with drawings by benoit guillaume.
compilation of 12 music based on the same set of samples. the documents used for these musical pieces go from indian recordings to man ray speech, from jacques lacan to daisy. includes tracks by jean françois pauvros, ilitch, pierre yves macé, hervé zénouda…
double cd by french musician imagho. david fenech sings and plays ukulele on one track
a beautiful compilation around the sounds of insects
remixes of the french band immune
les contre-jours is a french movie by gabriel franck produced by le g.r.e.c . it includes a music by david fenech + james plotkin
exclusive music for dance for iuliana varodi’s choregraphy.
a compilation tape with musicians playing their toys. released by monsterK7 in the noughties.
this cd is a remix project based on water and glass sounds provided by maria levitsky.
this is a compilation of 16 tracks going in all directions from the electro clash underground. viva el poney.
worm’s own monthly compilation that is broadcast by internet and free radio stations worldwide. includes an exclusive duet between david fenech and ergo phizmiz.
60×60 is a project involving each year 60 composers that compose music of 60 seconds. this double cd is a collection of pieces composed in 2006 and 2007 for this project. it has been released on the vox novus label in july 2008. this compilation includes contributions by composers such as noah creshevsky, al margolis, robert dick, chris mann, joan la barbara, robert voisey, polly moller … and many more