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Thomas Azier new ultra-polished video for “Talk to me”

The Dutch musicien who notably opened for Woodkid and Stromae comes back with a new video for his single “Talk to me”

After a first electro-pop album released in 2014, the Dutch musician Thomas Azier makes his comeback with Talk to me, poetic single produced by half of the duo The DøDan Levy that announces his LP to come. The track comes with a bewitching and ultra-polished video directed by Sander Houtkruijer, in which we can the author-composer-performer dance in the streets of Montmartre in Paris.

 

Moodymann: urban myth or house music monster?
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Moodymann: urban myth or house music monster?

Music For many people, Moodymann is the true genius of 90s house music. As bonkers as he was sexist, this mysterious melody-maker from Detroit would hand out shots of vodka to the crowd mid-set before disappearing, transforming his story into an urban myth. The title of his new album, Sinner, wasn’t chosen by chance… For many people, Moodymann is the true genius of 90s house music. As bonkers as he was sexist, this mysterious melody-maker from Detroit would hand out shots of vodka to the crowd mid-set before disappearing, transforming his story into an urban myth. The title of his new album, Sinner, wasn’t chosen by chance…

Brooke Candy enlists Charli XCX and Maliibu Miitch for a sensual song
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Brooke Candy enlists Charli XCX and Maliibu Miitch for a sensual song

Music Powerful basses for a rhythm between rap and trap, raw and provocative lyrics, the sensual Brooke Candy presents her latest track "XXXTC", part of her album "SEXORCISM" which will be released later this year. Alongside the British singer Charli XCX and the Bronx rapper Maliibu Miitch, this latest hit is a lively collaboration. Powerful basses for a rhythm between rap and trap, raw and provocative lyrics, the sensual Brooke Candy presents her latest track "XXXTC", part of her album "SEXORCISM" which will be released later this year. Alongside the British singer Charli XCX and the Bronx rapper Maliibu Miitch, this latest hit is a lively collaboration.

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The new wave explosion of Tears for Fears
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The new wave explosion of Tears for Fears

Music With six studio albums and more than 30 million records sold, Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith, founders of Tears for Fears, ruled the new wave of the 1980s. This summer, the two musicians are touring all over Europe, including 3 dates in the UK on July 26 (in York), July 27 (in Durham) and July 28 (in Colchester). With six studio albums and more than 30 million records sold, Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith, founders of Tears for Fears, ruled the new wave of the 1980s. This summer, the two musicians are touring all over Europe, including 3 dates in the UK on July 26 (in York), July 27 (in Durham) and July 28 (in Colchester).

Faka, the queer duo ruling over South Africa
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Faka, the queer duo ruling over South Africa

Music The Faka duo have made their mark as the figureheads of queer culture in South Africa. Sporting high heels, Desire Marea and Fela Gucci are celebrated for their “kwaito”, a sort of African rap diluted by a post-apartheid house. The Faka duo have made their mark as the figureheads of queer culture in South Africa. Sporting high heels, Desire Marea and Fela Gucci are celebrated for their “kwaito”, a sort of African rap diluted by a post-apartheid house.

Miley Cyrus, wild feminist in “Mother’s Daughter”
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Miley Cyrus, wild feminist in “Mother’s Daughter”

Music White, African-American, wheelchair-bound, transgender, overweight... a wide variety of women are represented in “Mother's Daughter”, Miley Cyrus’ new feminist music video, along with activist slogans and images.  White, African-American, wheelchair-bound, transgender, overweight... a wide variety of women are represented in “Mother's Daughter”, Miley Cyrus’ new feminist music video, along with activist slogans and images. 

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Tina Kunakey licks a woman in a Kim Chapiron music video

Music For the first music video of electro band Pink Noise, director Kim Chapiron (“Sheitan”, “Dog Pound”, “La crème de la crème”) unveils the most psychedelic and improbable video out now. There are Tina Kunakey and Molly Constable, hallucinogenic toads and lots of licking. For the first music video of electro band Pink Noise, director Kim Chapiron (“Sheitan”, “Dog Pound”, “La crème de la crème”) unveils the most psychedelic and improbable video out now. There are Tina Kunakey and Molly Constable, hallucinogenic toads and lots of licking.



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