Japanese pop meets French artisan beats. France’s Shogonodo has been making Japanese infused beats better than any avante garde fusion restaurant in Paris. This cut is so smooth, warm and calming that you feel like you are on a beach.
The Bon Entendeur boys are cranking out the freshest sets and mixes in France at the moment, and they’ve even got time to crank out a remix. Isabelle Pierre’s summery classic “Le Temps Est Bon” gets a smooth once over, just in time for your Sunday recovery.
Sunday evening vibes.
Another superb self-directed video from The Blaze to accompany yet another powerful track. The music is hyped and yet wonderfully chilled, with visuals to match the emotions.
FKJ dropped his debut full length album last week and have to say it’s live up to the anticipation. The French maestro puts his trademark multi-instrumental style on record, whose live performances have dazzled audiences for years as he constructs songs one instrument and beat at a time. Do yourself a favor and grab the full album.
This is the old school disco magic that draws you in close with chords and the sharp snap of a drum. Lyon’s Ethyene with the nostalgic deep cut.
French producer Douchka has pretty undefinable sound and his music video for ‘Together’ is similarly hard to pin down. Vivid colours, tangled shapes, and just the right level of enough intrigue to keep you watching.