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Aline – Je bois et puis je danse

Space Age Bachelor Pad Music

La Femme – Sur La Planche

Vive l’été! Quand je suis sur la planche, tout est bon. Et quand nous sommes sur la planche ensemble, alors…c’est comme nous sommes le monde, et rien d’autre existe. La Femme – Sur La Planche

JHAS – Pain Au Chocolat

“Ou est la bibliotheque?” used to be the go-to French phrase for Americans. The most basic of useful phrases, that just about every tourist needs on a trip to the City of Light or the beaches of Marseille: “Where is the library?” Because an integral part of any visit to France is to get lost […]

Walter Sobcek – Milkshake d’Amour

C’est vraiment le son classique de Paris. I’ve often heard people say that some words are impossible to translate. Like Backpfeifengesicht. That’s German, and it means “a face that should be slapped.” YES. This principle holds true in music too. If you don’t live in the Bay Area, you can’t make a real hyphy track. […]

Saint Michel – Katherine (Lifelike Remix)

Today I’m packing Part I of my stuff as I prepare to move back from Bogotá to Santo Domingo in January. As I do this, it is my will to turn back time a bit so my 9 months here last a little longer. That’s why I dug three months back into my music archive […]

Brigitte Bardot – Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas

I’ve been listening to a lot of ’60’s French Pop and ran into this amazing song about one of the worlds most common creatures – the flip flopper. While a serious topic indeed this song makes light of the consistently inconsistent nature of some people and I couldn’t agree more with that approach. Recently I’ve […]

Jacqueline Taieb – 7 Heures du Matin

The Ye-Ye movement was emblematic of the French 60s. With singers such as France Gall, Francoise Hardy or Sylvie Vartan, they represented a musical style very French, beautiful, innocent and naive to a provocative manner. Gainsbourg (already) was behind a few of them and composed playfully lyrics for them. France Gall famously sang “Annie loves […]

Kelley Polar – A Dream In Three Parts (on themes by Enesco)

Kelley Polar est un ancien violoniste/compositeur classique qui a crée ce site internet et a commencer a crée de la musique Space age love. A dream in three parts est un des morceux de cet album, vraiment sorti de l’ordinaire, même si l’album ne manque pas de bons morceaux. Combinant toutes ses influences musicales, l’album est […]