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#139 – Woodkid

If you are a fan of the multi-talented Frenchman Woodkid (Yoann Lemoine to his parents) then you may be interested in learning that he’s going to be playing a show at the top of the Eiffel Tower on the 24th of January. You may also be interested in learning that you could be there. All you have to do is send these guys an email explaining why you should be there and you could win return trips from London to Paris, plus a night’s accommodation and tickets to the show for two people. Continue reading

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#136 – Freedom Fry Release Video For ‘Tallest Dreams’

Here’s a band called Freedom Fry, an American boy and a French girl who met, well, who met. The music is surprisingly (refreshingly, even) hard to put into a category. Continue reading

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12 Days Of Christmas – Happy New Year

Here we are. Welcome to Twenty-Twelve (that’s going to get on my tit), year of the Olympics, Euros and probably the year the world will end. Until the Armageddon arrives, we will strive to put good songs and other bits of light entertainment for you to listen to. Starting as we mean to go on, here’s a good song…

It’s from French DJ duo Cassius, who rub shoulders with Etienne De Crecy, MC Solaar and Daft Punk. It’s quite the group of peers and this song is cracking example of why they have been at the forefront of the French house scene for over a decade. So, if you’re not too hungover then listen to this. If you are, download if for later. Continue reading


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#98 – Lanu Told Me To

Lanu is the solo project of Lance Ferguson, who some of you may know from Australia’s The Bamboos. They are responsible for all kinds of sweet funk and soul. A couple of our favourite tracks from them include ‘Step It Up’ which features Alice Russell and their cover of the Kings Of Leon song ‘King Of The Rodeo’ (which we blogged a while ago). He recently released his second album under the Lanu moniker called Her 12 Faces on Tru Thoughts which is a blend of pop, indie, jazz and a bit of breaks for good measure. The second single off this album features Megan Washington on vocal duty, who is also responsible for singing on the Kings Of Leon cover. If this sounds like a good mix then, rest assured, I can tell you it is. Stream the song below and you can download it from Lanu’s bandcamp page for absolutely nothing.

As well as sending us this rather delightful song, Lanu also sent us a couple (three, actually) of songs that he likes and told us a little something about them. Here he is…

DJ Shadow – Changeling [Buy]
From ‘Endtroducing’ 1996 (Mo’Wax)
Check the rest of the songs…

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