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Old 07-17-2016, 09:14 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Hi there, I'm Ariane, a french 18 years old economic student (the number of adjectivs that the english language allows is very impressive).

I'm here because the music forum in France are not very active, and lately I have met dificulties in discover new musics, so I'm counting on you !
Instead of one favourite group I post you some songs I like, it is more relevant (sorry, it isn't allowed yet for a newbie to put links).
Mad Season : Wake Up

Chassol : Odissi
Filastine : Requiem 432
Ibrahim Maalouf : True Sorry

Ok so now my whole identity is revealed, I would be a pretty bad spy.

Waiting to talk to you very soon

(and sorry SORRY for my errors in english... Hoping that we will understand eachother, it isn't a certainty)
pffft I make errors all the time, and I speak English ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Welcome to Music Banter, hope you stay a while. I did give Mad Season a listen. When I get a chance I'll listen to the other bands you posted.

I occasionally listen to French music, both old and new. I only know a little bit about it however. Some French bands (& singers) I like are: Elli & Janco, Françoise Hardy, Les Sirènes Débrouillardes (Lower Synth Department), Melody's Echo Chamber (Melody Prochet), Nouvelle Vague, Plasticines, Xeno and Oaklander (the singer Liz Wendelbo is French/Norwegian), Stereo Lab (Lætitia Sadier). These are some of my all time favorites:

Asylum Party - Julia


Elli et Jacno - Anne Cherchait L'Amour


OPERA MULTI STEEL: Jardin Botanique


Xeno and Oaklander - sentinelle
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Old 07-18-2016, 12:30 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Thanks Mordryr, I'll follow the thread it seems interesting

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Ok. I like a lot of different stuff and am always going through different musical phases. Right at this moment, the phase I'm going through involves listening to a lot of prog, space rock, and krautrock. Artists I'm digging a lot lately:
  • Ozric Tentacles
  • The Ullulators
  • Gong
  • Hawkwind
  • Rhun
  • Harmonia
I just listened to the song the High Pass of Ozric Tentacles and it is funny how it sometimes reminds me the song New Eye of the band Goayandi, but in a more saturated and less acoustic way (I'm not musician ). I like it !

Hi Neapolitan, thank you.
The song of Xeno and Oaklander is really nice ! Do you know Automelodi ? It's a french artist that maybe you could like given some songs you posted.
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Old 07-18-2016, 01:49 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Thanks Mordryr, I'll follow the thread it seems interesting
Meh. It's just a thread of me saying "keep" or "cut". I think the journal is rather uninteresting at the moment, but I'm still in the filtering stage. I think, as my collection shrinks to what I love, I'll have more to say about what remains.
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Old 07-18-2016, 01:56 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Meh. It's just a thread of me saying "keep" or "cut". I think the journal is rather uninteresting at the moment, but I'm still in the filtering stage. I think, as my collection shrinks to what I love, I'll have more to say about what remains.
I'd like to see your thoughts on the albums that you already know you love.
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Old 07-18-2016, 10:40 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Ok. I like a lot of different stuff and am always going through different musical phases. Right at this moment, the phase I'm going through involves listening to a lot of prog, space rock, and krautrock. Artists I'm digging a lot lately:
  • Ozric Tentacles
  • The Ullulators
  • Gong
  • Hawkwind
  • Rhun
  • Harmonia
Yay! Rhun!
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Old 07-18-2016, 12:38 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Yay! Rhun!
Yeah, I'm really enjoying that album you recommended to me. Thanks!
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