My dad loves telling the same awful French surrender joke, and I always throw him a laugh because I’m a damn good son. I think I might need to change that policy after this week, however, because I have heard some incredible sounds coming out of Paris, the best of which being the powerful and […]

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Aamourocean‘s “Yuntekkem” is amazingly weird. Sounding like the perfect cross between a creepy youth choir and relaxed nightclub beats, the track is quite epic, but not in the sense you might think. It’s as if Scala & Kolacny Brothers got drunk and tried their hand at electronic music. This exotically exciting single comes off the Parisian producer’s […]

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If you’re looking for a laidback tune to get you through the week, we suggest giving Pô’s “Shelter” a spin. The Parisian solo artist’s latest track comes hot off the release of his debut Back Home EP.

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If Animal Collective spent more time on the beach, they would have sounded something like Vadoinmessico. Based in London, the global five-piece — whose members hail from Mexico, France, Italy and Austria — make free-spirited psych-pop blended with beachside melodies not unlike those woven by fellow globetrotters Trails and Ways. Their latest single “Perfect Strangers” is […]

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Australian DJ duo Flight Facilities continue to take listeners’ experiences to great heights with their newest single “Stand Still.” Featuring Parisian singer Micky Green, the track pops like Hubba Bubba bubblegum with the addition of her mellifluous vocals. Get carried away with the calming whistle and bumping baseline and hit play on this indie-pop jam […]

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Monthly mixtape master Zimmer just released a new original track “Galapagos” today and, in true Zimmer fashion, it does not disappoint. “Galapagos” is chock full of all the elements of a tropical disco joint, yet the Parisian producer puts a slightly melancholic spin on it. The juxtaposition of happy and sad here make it the perfect track […]

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It’s a bit odd that the first original Black Yaya has chosen to release to the world isn’t, in fact, original. The French artist notes on his website, “The First 2 Songs by Black Yaya / To Hit the Street / This September / Are a REWORK / Of Black Yaya Songs / By Yuksek.” […]

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After one listen of his remix of “Julian,” it’s clear that French producer Monsieur Adi is as smitten by the lovely Swedish duo of Say Lou Lou as we are. Adi adds some zest to SLL’s airy ballad, transforming it into the perfect track for a 4AM dance party that nobody wants to end. Comparisons […]

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