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Jacco Gardner “Hypnophobia” — a master blend of vintage reminiscing and contemporary styling

Photo by Nick Helderman As I put my ear buds in to let the music fill my ears I am instantly transported. I am walking down a street in Paris on a blissfully beautiful spring day. The sun warms my face as I watch people sip coffee, eat crepes and whiz past me on bicycles. […]

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Anne Marie Schiefer |
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La Femme at Echoplex: a rip in a stocking and a hand on the throat

The French band, La Femme are like a rip in a beautiful woman’s stocking. There are signs of a struggle, but there is no concern for her well-being because you understand that it was a consensual act between two lovers. They are musical mutts that are howling in a cage at the pedigree in the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Sébastien Tellier announces North American tour dates with show at The Roxy, watch new animated video for “Love”

The mystifying Parisian recording artist, Sébastien Tellier has announced a headlining show date at The Roxy in West Hollywood. Tellier will take the stage at The Roxy on Saturday, December 6th. The last time we caught the enigmatic French singer live was at Coachella 2009, followed by Culture Collide in 2010. This intimate performance at […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Yelle announces headlining performance at Fonda Theatre

Photo by Wei Shi French electropop sensation, Yelle has a headlining performance scheduled at the Fonda Theatre on Friday October 31! Yes, that’s Halloween! If you missed Yelle’s one-off FREE show this past Monday at Bardot (It’s A School Night), you can now catch her live in on of L.A.’s best venues. Yelle has a […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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SXSW Hot Band Alert: Get hip with French surf-pop connoisseurs, La Femme

Yet another band we saw perform at SXSW who definitely needed their own dedicated photo gallery. At first glance, French surf-pop connoisseurs, La Femme look like the super hip kind of kids you want to be friends with at a party. Styled up in biker leathers with orchids accenting their hair and jackets, La Femme […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Gesaffelstein brings his French techno to the Fonda Theatre for two nights

Always suited up and looking very dapper, French techno artist and DJ, Gesaffelstein is headed to Los Angeles for two back-to-back dates at the Fonda Theatre. Gesaffelstein is set to headline the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood on Thursday, May 22nd (18-and-over) and Friday, May 23rd (all-ages). Gesaffelstein will warp you mind with his hypnotic beats […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Acclaimed French electronic musician, Rone, hits the Echo before his Coachella set

It seems like a lot more French musicians are coming out of the woodwork and making their way to Los Angeles to perform some pretty epic shows, and we’re loving it! Rone (otherwise known as Erwan Castex) is one of the most acclaimed French musicians on the electronic scene. With Rone’s new EP coming out […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
New Music Video – M83 “Midnight City”

In celebration of the release of his new album, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, M83 (aka Anthony Gonzalez) has released an official video for “Midnight City”, the first single from their new album. Directed by Fleur & Manu and Produced by DIVISION, “Midnight City” is the soundtrack where a bunch of kids run around Los Angeles raising havoc with […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Chain Gaing of 1974 with White Sea at the Echoplex (April 23, 2011) – Photo Gallery Review

The Chain Gang of 1974 and White Sea just played the Echoplex with Jamaica this past April 23 to a packed house of fans (even Robyn was there!). Check out the photo gallery below from their stellar show. Click here to check out the photos of Jamaica! Photos: Lily Loubriel Chain Gang of 1974 White […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Jamaica “No Problem” – Album Review

A French duo called Jamaica produced by part of Justice boasting growing buzz in the U.S. and success overseas sounds like a combo that will equal chaos or genius (or perhaps a bit of both.) Yet, for their debut album, No Problem, Jamaica lands some where in the middle. The album is packed with 80s-pop-rock-inspired […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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