Born in 1975 in Paris, Thomas Dubreuil started taking piano lessons at 6 and entered the conservatory at 8. He studied cinema and worked in the film industry as an editor and as a compositing artist for a few years before becoming an electronic music producer.
Under the names Altöm, Ocean and Voyager, he has released over 100 tracks on international labels such as Neurobiotic Records, Tip World, United Beats, Iono Music, Blue Tunes, Flow Records, Spirit Zone, 3D Vision, Phantasm, Maia, Solstice, Spun Records and now TechSafari Records.
He started Altöm in 2000 and the project made him known worldwide with the 2002 release of his “Hologram” album, Neurobiotic Records’ best-selling album to this day (Neurobiotic will welcome later on other artists such as Zen Mechanics, Earthling, Silicon Sound).
His second album, “Groove Control” was released in 2004, followed by 2 compilations in 2005 and 2007. He traveled the world intensively, making crowds dance in Japan, Mexico, Israel, Brazil, United States, Russia, India, Morocco and throughout whole Europe.
In 2007, Thomas moved to Barcelona and started two solo projects: Ocean, oriented toward progressive trance, and Voyager as an extension of Altöm, offering refined sounds, deep atmospheres and intoxicating melodies. Intelligent music with an outstanding production, that reaches down straight to your soul.
He continued his journey, making people’s heart resonate all over the world. He also founded Resonant Step, a music and sound design company that combines his passion for music and image.
His new masterpiece: “The Source”, produced between Barcelona, Paris and Montreal has been released December 16, 2016 on the Canadian label TechSafari Records.
The name Orpheus comes from the Greek mythology, he was called by Pindar, which was an ancient Greek lyric poet, “the father of songs”. The myth tells us that when Orpheus was playing on his instrument, the trees and the stones were listening, the rivers deviated from their course and the forest animals fell silent.