Tag Archives: french pop

FRENCH-AMERICAN STYLE: AN INTERVIEW WITH ARIANE

interview by Michael McCarthy The following interview with French American singer/songwriter Ariane took place last Thursday on the 12th of March 2020. Not long after many people in the United States had finally started to feel the gravity of the COV-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. I think both she and I felt a little strange...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: Mylène Farmer: INTERSTELLAIRES

In 2010 Mylène Farmer, the most popular French artist in the world, surprised fans when she released her first album without longtime collaborator Laurent Boutonnat, Bleu Noir. Her formula with Boutonnat was simple: Laurent wrote the music and she wrote the lyrics. At least that’s how the credits read. I should think there...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: SINDY: SELFIE

BACKGROUND: French singer Sindy is a member of a collective called Team BS, which was started by a highly successful French rapper/producer who goes by the name La Fouine. The group is called Team BS because the name of La Fouine’s record label is Banlieue Sale (translation: Dirty Suburb). Most of the team...
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NEWS: CERTIFIED-PLATINUM SONGSTRESSES BRIGITTE SET FOR US DEBUT WITH A BOUCHE QUE VEUX-TU – OUT SEPTEMBER 18

PRE-ORDER AVAILABLE NOW NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES ENCLOSED FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY (July 27, 2015) – The platinum-selling female vocalist duo Brigitte, consisting of Aurélie Saada and Sylvie Hoarau, are set to release their second album, A bouche que veux-tu (Mouth Of Plenty), on September 18 via The End Records/ADA. This is the follow-up to...
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#songoftheday / VIDEO: STROMAE: “CARMEN”


"Carmen" is French artist Stromae's latest single from his excellent album Racine carrée. It is a "tribute" to Twitter and our consumption of tweets. (He even has a crazy blue Twitter bird following him around throughout the video.)...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: YSA FERRER: SANGUINE

Ysa Ferrer is an artist who half of our readers have likely never heard of while the other half are undoubtedly quite familiar with her. If you live in the States — where we’re based — then you’re probably not familiar with her. But if you live in Europe, she’s practically a household...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: Alizée: BLONDE

French pop star Alizée’s career was launched after France’s most popular female pop star, Mylène Farmer, discovered her while watching the television program Graines de Star in 1999. The lyrics of Alizée’s first two albums, Gourmandises and Mes courants électriques, were written by Mylène herself with her writing partner Laurent Boutonnat composing the...
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