While Europe embraced Willy Deville’s Bohemian multi-genre artistry, most US listeners remained ignorant of his music. The documentary Heaven Stood Still was made, in part, to rectify that.
Slipping on a Paris Combo album is like sliding into the ease of a Sunday afternoon. The rhythms’ soft sway and Belle du Berry’s charming vocals don’t urge; they invite.
Cajun popsters Sweet Crude share a new video for "Impuissance" featuring the stirring vocals of Alexis Marceaux and celebrating the intersection of tradition and innovation.
Jesse Harris wrote and produced Parisian singer Gabi Hartmann's first single "Always Seem to Get Things Wrong". It's a moody and contemporary take on chanson.
Montreal synthpop trio Paupière builds excitement with arty, thoughtful songs that stir the imagination as often as inspiring us to move our feet.
All her life, and in much of her music, she had parsed her relationships, her failings and her tribulations for meaning. Now, here in the room with her -- in her very body -- was Death, that annihilator of meaning.