Using air in one sentence. The Air are a French music duo from Versailles, France, consisting of Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel. Defining air by Merriam She gave me the air. A soccer offensive that primarily uses the forward passing 20 points tracking, the squad went up in the air: felt or said by many people: in large dissemination There was excitement in the air.

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Moon Safari, the highly praised release entitled "Sexy Boy", was an internationally successful 1998 release. Since then the bands have published the following albums: 10 000 Hz Legend, Talkie Walkie, Pocket Symphony, Love 2, Le veoyage dan la lane and Music for Museum. At the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles, Nicolas Godin graduated in architectural studies, and Jean-Benoît Dunckel graduated in maths before founding a group in 1995.

Prior to the foundation of Air (erroneously called Amour, Imagination, Rêve, which means Love, Imagination, Dream), Dunckel and Godin performed together in the Orange band[2] with others like Alex Gopher, Xavier Jamaux and Jean de Reydellet. Releasing their first record, Moon Safari, in 1998. It gained general recognition and became an internationally successful work.

During the 2000' they published four recording studios, among them 10 000 Hz Legend (2001), Talkie Walkie (2004), Pocket Symphony (2007) and Love 2 (2009). Airdrummer and former Redd Kross member Brian Reitzell has compiled the 2003 Losst in Translations sound track, which includes an Air article entitled "Alone in Kyoto".

Together they composed and performed the 5:55 albums of the Anglo-French actor and vocalist Charlotte Gainsbourg, which was published in August 2006. And Air made a DJ mixed record, Night Tales Late: In September 2006 it was published with a new sleevedesign. Darkel, a Soloalbum of Dunckel, appeared in the same year.

Air was approached by Baricco in the 2002 summers with the intention of combining the narrative of lyrics from his 2002 work City with an inventive piece of music. Performed for the first time in November 2002 at the Teatro Valle in Rome, the show was considered so successful that both sides decided to make a full length session that led to the record.

Many of Air's recording and recording tools (such as Moog synthesizer, Korg MS-20, Wurlitzer and Vocoder) are used on stages, where their improvisation skills are more clearly emphasized. They play the known songs from the records as expanded or modified version. Aeronautics often collaborates (both in the studios and live) with Beth Hirsch (Moon Safari), Françoise Hardy ("Jeanne"), Jean-Jacques Perrey ("Cosmic Bird"),

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Returned on December 2, 2011. "AIR: Studio Symmetry." Brought back on August 24, 2015. Air: 10,000 Hz Legend Album Reviews Pitchfork. Bounced 2015-07-04.

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