Brodinski, 1 has his right hand on the hardened minimalist edge and his left hand on the electro party scene. He's part of the fluokids phenomenon. His sets are clean but the tracks are dirty, and the "mix tapes" he offers on his blog never fail to disappoint.
Baby Djs are awake since 2006, be careful Brodinski may be the bad boy of this blogaddicted gang !
Coming from Reims, he started music at 15 and just never stopped hitting the dancefloor harder and harder...
Gorod, formerly known as Gorgasm (not to be confused with the US death metal band) is a technical death metal band from France, formed in 1997. Initially started as a 3-piece, when it came time to record a demo in 2000, a second guitarist was added. Their debut full-length, Neurotripsicks, via Willowtip Records was released in 2001. This is extremely technical death metal at its absolute finest, with the follow up to Neurotripsicks, Gorod have number-crunching spider-fingered death metal sweepstakes with Leading Vision released in 2006 on Willowtip records.
There are 2 known bands with this name 1. Dirty Hands were/are a three piece hardcore band formed in Austin, TX in 2005. Although at their core, they are a hardcore punk band, they often branch out into metal and doom and often incorporate several genres into a single song. They have released one demo on their own DH Records, and after a short hiatus, are in the writing process for their first official full length.
There are four artists who have recorded as Camille: 1. Camille Dalmais, a one time political science student, whose first album, Le Sac Des Filles, was released in 2002.
Then, she was part of Marc Collin's Nouvelle Vague project, which consists of old new-wave songs transformed into bossa nova. In 2005, Camille released Le fil.
This is a concept album, built on one note (a "B") that starts at the beginning of the album and stops at its end.
All the songs of the album are constructed on the voice of Camille with only one instrument (double-bass, and sometimes a keyboard).
There are at least two bands with this name. 1) The Opposition are a long running post-punk band from London, England that featured Ralph Hall, Marcus Bell and Mark Long, and mixed new wave sounds with reggae rhythms. Founded in 1979, The Opposition released their first single on the independent record label Double Vision records. This was called "Very Little Glory" which the NME (New Musical Express) reviewed and said that it was "a song recorded before its time".
INBORN SUFFERING is a Doom Metal band from France. INBORN SUFFERING plays Death-Doom Metal in the veins of Doom Gods, My Dying Bride, Anathema and Paradise Lost... First Release: "Wordless Hope" 15 September 2006. Check for more details at www.inborn-suffering.com
One member of the band also plays in Mourning Dawn.
One question that is asked quite frequently about Geste: “Is it electronic music?” There's no definitive answer... At first glance, Geste's IDM / electronica compositions may not sound connected to Punk Hardcore, Metal, Post-Rock, Pop, Jazz, Classical, or any other genre of music. Nonetheless, François-Charles Domergue's atypical musical journey, from the darkest black metal of his early years to the glitchest electronic music he now composes as Geste, shows us that music should never be classified too precisely and should always considered as a whole.
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.
Acid Washed consists of Richard d’Alpert and Andrew Claristidge two childhood friends who became talented producers and have now signed on Record Makers of Paris, France. They claim there a two-man process primarily, deteriorating sound amongst souvenirs, friends, home studios and analogue equipment. The result is a fusion of late nineties filter house and DFA disco anthems that acknowledges the influence of Chicago and Detroit without being overly reverential. Throw names like Steve Reich, Giorgio Moroder into the hat as well if you like, but don’t dwell on them.