Weird-but-nice track by Amouë. Starts like a gritty reggaeton(ish) track, a bit like Rosalia. Then, it changes to uplifting house and ends like yachty pop. Latex is a theme in this sexy video:

Maude & Mara

A lovely duet between Maude Audet & Mara Tremblay, from Audet’s recent (and very good) album. Classic chanson vibes, somewhere between Barbara and Hardy.

Oui Merci

Canadian indie guitarpop with a lovely analogue organ. This track, sung by Mathilde Joncas, is from the upcoming new album. Wait for the break!

Belle Grand Fille

Belle Grand Fille hails from Montreal, and writes songs with ethereal beauty. In a playlist with favorite songs (on Spotify), you won’t be surprised to find Cohen, Dylan, Mitchell, next to Camille, Hardy and Pierre Lapointe. This duet, form BGF’s new album, with Stéphanie Boulay is gorgeous:

Olivier Faubert & Thais

Fleetwood Mac anno ‘Rumours’ – but on the Route du Soleil. In pastel colouring. Great 70s yacht rock vibe in this post-summer duet. No video yet, alas:


October’s approaching, but Louve takes us back to hot summernights, with this sultry track:


Comforting, sultry, midtempo electronic pop songs. French singer Clé released a handful singles that light up every summer sundown. Eighties vibes in Beauté Steréo and ‘Entre deux’, lush seventies in Où?. Some demo-recordings on her Bandcamp too. Keep a close eye on this one.

Lucia Fumero

Lucia lives in Spain, makes beautiful but maybe not to accessible (depends on your definition of ‘experimental’, I guess) electronic music. She sings in French. Last June, she released an EP dedicated to her yet to be born baby. My guess is that he’s born by now. What a way to come into the world.


This track sounds sped up (the music, not the vocals) (thank God) and is a nice shot of caffeine for the ears.