Songs from the past and songs of today, dosed with uncontrolled laughter, deep-rooted couplets and sudden impromptu shifts - this is the sum total of De Temps Antan! Since 2003, Éric Beaudry, André Brunet and Pierre-Luc Dupuis have brilliantly explored and performed a traditional repertoire of Quebec's musical past. With an explosion of fiddle, accordion, harmonica, guitar, bouzouki and a number of other instruments, they enjoy a devilishly good time staying from the ordinary and thrilling audiences with their contagious joie de vivre.
There are twelve different artists under this name: 1. Catharsis was an anarchist hardcore punk band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, releasing their albums through the CrimethInc. collective. Their singer, Brian, was editor of the political hardcore punk fanzine Inside Front and later went on with other ex-members of Catharsis to form the band Requiem. 2. Catharsis was a French art band who released albums during the 1970's. Their first album, "Masq" (1971), was a mixture of formless chanting, hypnotic melodies, prominent percussion, Arabic styles, and experimental songcraft.
Gallic alt-electro hipsters John & Jehn come via Poitiers, Angouleme and the suburbs of London. Their haunting, shadow-tinged melodies draw on a bevy of '60s cultural watersheds: Serge Gainsbourg, the Velvet Underground, as well as more recent influences like Gang of Four and Joy Division.
- 13 Mar 2007 London Flavorpill Newsletter
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1) Barbara was a popular French female singer born as Monique Andrée Serf (9th June 1930 - 25th November 1997) best known under her stage name. "Barbara" had been the title of a famous song in the fifties, whose text comes from Prévert. Monique Serf, born in Paris, France, into a Jewish family, was ten years old when she had to go into hiding during the German occupation of France in World War II.
So Me is an art director/mixer on Ed Banger Records. He is the designer for the clothing line Revolver, and he has also directed several music videos for artists such as Justice and Kanye West.
There are at least ten bands named Downfall (you'd think at least one of them would change their name). (1) Californian Punk band
Downfall was a ska and punk band from the Bay Area formed by Tim Armstrong, Matt Freeman, Dave Mello, Pat Mello, and Jason Hammon following the break-up of Operation Ivy in 1989 and pre-dating Armstrong's and Freeman's wider recognition in Rancid. They performed three shows at Gilman over a period of three months: one of these shows was recorded. for more info check out http://www.operationivy.com/downfall.php
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Young french club of priests that have no problem with making the party memorable.
Panteros666 casts his Javelins, Canblaster does his magic, Myd makes you dance and finally Sam Tiba. He is always high. Those done various remixes for the likes of Soulja Boy, Surkin or Underworld. They launched a mixtape and an EP on Brodinski's label BROMANCE that features their 90's themed single Now U Realize.
There are at least four bands called Cocoon: 1. Cocoon is a two-piece French band formed in 2006 by Mark Daumail (born 1984, composition, lead vocals, acoustic guitar, ukelele, banjo, beatbox, etc.) and Morgane Imbeaud (born 1987, vocal harmonies, keyboards, arrangements). "I wanted it to be a male-female duet. A duo like the White Stripes are in rock — we wanted to be the equivalent in folk music," Daumail says. Their songs are entirely sung in English. "French artists singing in English isn't something new. It goes back to groups like Les Thugs and Syd Matters," he remarks.