Brittany Davis “Image Issues” 

Brittany Davis “Image Issues” 

Born blind, Brittany Davis doesn't play music, she lives it. It's her means of expression. She says it herself: sound is her way of seeing the world. After a promising EP in 2022 and a concert at the Transmusicales in Rennes (her first outside the United States), her...

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Pixies “Pixies At The BBC, 1988-91” 

Pixies “Pixies At The BBC, 1988-91” 

If we need to introduce you to the Pixies, it's because you probably weren't a teenager in the 90s. The band, which first formed between 1986 and 1993, had a major impact on the American independent scene in the 90s. Kurt Cobain, among others, has never hidden the...

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Moor Mother “The Great Bailout“ 

Moor Mother “The Great Bailout“ 

Camae Ayewa is a poet, activist and musician. She is a member of several bands with whom she has recorded several albums, and began her solo recording career in 2016. Today, she is releasing her ninth album under the name Moor Mother, for which she has chosen to...

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Lysistrata “Veil“ 

Lysistrata “Veil“ 

The French rock scene is astonishingly dynamic, with so many quality bands that there's almost a representative for every sub-genre. This trio from Saintes is one such talented representative. They are releasing their third album under their own name after a...

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Lucie Antunes “Amazing Carnaval” 

Lucie Antunes “Amazing Carnaval” 

A classically trained drummer and percussionist, Lucie Antunes studied at the Lyon Conservatoire. She developed a passion for contemporary music, particularly the minimalism of Steve Reich, but also for dance and trance. As soon as she finished her studies, she took a...

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Cyrille Aimée “À Fleur De Peau“ 

Cyrille Aimée “À Fleur De Peau“ 

Of French and Dominican origin, singer Cyrille Aimée grew up in Django Reinhardt's village, where music is very important. It was there that she was introduced to gypsy jazz and, of course, vocal jazz, with the likes of Ella Fitzgerald and Nancy Wilson in her sights....

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Bolis Pupul “Letter To Yu” 

Bolis Pupul “Letter To Yu” 

This is his first release, but this musician, born of a Belgian father and a Hong Kong mother, is no complete unknown. He worked with Charlotte Adigéry on the album Topical Dancer. When his mother died in 2008, he felt the need to reconnect with her culture, and this...

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Aziza Brahim “Mawja” 

Aziza Brahim “Mawja” 

This Saharan singer was born and spent her early years in a refugee camp on the Algerian border. The ups and downs of geopolitics prevented her from meeting her father. At a young age she discovered music as a form of entertainment, but also as a means of expression...

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Amaro Freitas ‘Y’Y’ 

Amaro Freitas ‘Y’Y’ 

The productions of Brazilian pianist Amaro Freitas have been quickly acclaimed by the critics. Like his country, built on the mixing and blending of people and cultures, his music is steeped in multiple influences and genres, taking on a flavour that's both...

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Helado Negro “Phasor” 

Helado Negro “Phasor” 

Real name Roberto Carlos Lange, born in South Florida of Ecuadorian parents. He released his first album under the name Helado Negro in 2009 on Asthmatic Kitty, Sufjan Stevens' label. Although he has picked up a few awards, his popularity is hardly commensurate with...

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