Cyril Mokaiesh & Keren Ann

From the upcoming duets album by Cyril (featuring Dominique A, Calogero, Florent Marchet, ao), the first single is a duet with Keren Ann:


Meimuna (= Cyrielle Formaz from Switzerland) has quite the discography already (see here) but I first heard about her thanks to her new EP. It’s folksy, ethereal, and very beautiful:


Amoue = Lara Pitten. I really really really dig the printemps vibe in this song:

Salome Leclerc

Gorgeous Salome is back, with a new single, and later on a new album:

Wendy Limery

From Singapore, on a label that takes Daptone and Big Crown Records as inspiration. That means: it sounds like it was made in the sixties, all fuzzy, funky ‘n warm, but is actually very new and now. This track could be in a French existential spy movie:

Chloe Lacasse

Seven (!) years after her last album, Montreal-bases songstress Chloe Lacasse is back. And this first track is VERY promising.

Karen Lano

Heard this folksy gospeltrack shuffle by on FIP Radio, and was awestruck. I knew Karen from the Olivier Libaux/Queens of the Stone Age project, you can read more about her HERE.


As you may well know by now, I’m a sucker for synthi-pop boy/girl duos. And Toboggan (look it up what it means) is a perfect example: