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Kidsaredead – Sistereo
Live au Studio Acoustic 2014 / Hot Puma records

Cristián Sotomayor : Batterie / Mabit Moreno : Basse
Vincent Mougel : PIano électrique, chant
Choeurs :
Dana Boulé / Catherine Hershey / Kate Stables (This Is The Kit) / Jesse D Vernon

“Growing up in an industrial zone of the East of France, Vincent started to record on a 4-track recorder in the family’s basement, songs for an imaginary rock band about desert islands, supermarket ladies, impossible love, never getting over teenagehood and leaving his small town world.”

released 22 November 2013 via Hot Puma Records

Kidsaredead – Maya Properties

This Is The Kit – When You And Me Got Arrested

both tracks are taken from 
Music On A Tape: Songs by Chris Weisman” [OSR18]

…melody-driven and mesmerizing , for Cinemascope psychedelic pop !

“Out of Paris comes Tara King th.’s second release on Moon Glyph, Hirondelle et Beretta. Composed as a soundtrack to their own photographic series, Tara King th. have extended their baroque psychedelic pop sound with the lounge-cool of a spy film.” — Moon Glyph

from Moon Glyph

Tara King th. – Hirondelle et Beretta

julsy /ʒylsi/ n : 1 bedroom artist, indie folk singer/songwriter, acoustic electronic music producer. 2 eternal child trying to reconcile her laziness with her never-ending need for creativity.

Pain-Noir is a French SSW, François-Régis Croisier, formerly known as St. Augustine. A brand new song ‘L’arme’ is now available on his bandcamp, HERE. (via Said the Gramophone)

RIYL: M. Ward, Howe Gelb…

Arnaud Fleurent-Didier – Reproductions
From Arnaud Fleurent-Didier’s album “La Reproduction”

Arnaud Fleurent-Didier – France Culture
From Arnaud Fleurent-Didier’s album “La Reproduction”

via Josh Gosfield

Gigi, The Black Flower

French pop sensation, teen icon and tabloid celebrity, Gigi Gaston’s music and the spectacle of her tragic life riveted the public through 60′s and 70′s.
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Je Suis Perdue
The Music Video directed by Jean-Luc Godard from Gigi’s 1962 song, Je Suis Perdue

Produced by L’Ogre

Clip de 70 Million, chanson du groupe franco-americain Hold Your Horses! produit par L’Ogre, mettant en scène les membres du groupe dans un voyage à travers l’histoire de l’art.

About Hold Your Horses! : At the beginning it was Flo and Charles in London.  After a few gigs there, they moved to Paris and now we’re 7. We’re slowly building a know how in polyphonic fever inducing pop.

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