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Alternativa & Indie - Publicado el 25 de enero de 2010 | ¡Ya Basta! records

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Zaz

Pop - Publicado el 10 de mayo de 2010 | Parlophone (France)

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El homónimo álbum debut de Zaz es una de las grandes revelaciones francesas de 2010, gracias a su refrescante y original estilo de jazz gitano, además de su considerable atractivo pop contemporáneo. Zaz es una avezada vocalista con años de experiencia como intérprete, y su voz es efectivamente espectacular. Se trata sin duda de una talentosa cantante de jazz, con un sorprendente parecido a Edith Piaf. Con 11 canciones en 39 minutos, Zaz no abusa de nuestra hospitalidad y nos deja con ganas de más, en particular luego del extraordinario último tema "Eblouie Par La Nuit", en compañía de la estrella del pop francés Raphaël. Notable desde todo punto de vista, Zaz es firme candidata a revelación pop francesa del año. © TiVo
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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 9 de mayo de 2011 | Wagram Music

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 20 de septiembre de 2010 | Wagram Music - Cinq 7

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Alternativa & Indie - Publicado el 28 de marzo de 2011 | Universal Music Division Decca Records France

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Reflecting the risk-taking nature of his stuntman alias, The Human Octopus is the adventurous, critically acclaimed debut from the enigmatic Alexandre Longo, aka Cascaduer, who has been compared to everyone from Radiohead to Antony & the Jonsons to Nina Simone. Letting the music do the talking, the French singer/songwriter, who takes the Daft Punk approach to publicity by shielding his face with a white motorbike helmet, the piano-led 11 tracks include the singles "Walker" and "Into the Wind." © Jon O'Brien /TiVo
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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 25 de abril de 2011 | Universal Music Division Capitol Music France

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Pop/Rock - Publicado el 15 de febrero de 2010 | Wagram Music - Cinq 7

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 24 de marzo de 2010 | Jive Epic

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 4 de enero de 2010 | Columbia

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Chanson francesa - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2010 | Universal Music Distributed Labels

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As dance floor fodder goes, Cheese is definitely above average, adding a doze of elegance to the prerequisite "shake-yer-booty" simplistic sound. The music is built around staccato beats that are appropriately primitive, but not mindless, and keyboard lines that are just as sparse, but never lose the otherworldly quality expected of good techno, and come off more earnest than they were probably meant to be. Paul van Haver's vocals may seem to be contrasting the music -- his drawn-out, quiet and clearly enunciated half-whispers in places come close to a somewhat pompous sermon, but mostly sound like a dispassionate news report on some pretty hot things, though you won't know it from the anchor's tone. He is also pretty wordy, which gives the record a French rap vibe at times (though there is no actual rapping), but overall, his vocals help to ground in reality what otherwise would have been pretty abstract music. The whole affair is really quite plain songwriting-wise and doesn't sport any big hooks, but creates an authentic nighttime vibe, and while the music fades into background after a while, it remains fun every time you pay attention -- or catch yourself toe-tapping. The record's main hit, "Alors on danse," may even stir expectations of the album being something above a plain old dance record, but it does not really live up to those -- not because the rest of the music is not up to par, but because it sounds exactly like that one song, which, repeated eleven times over, tends to impress less than it does at three minutes. So, plain old dance record it is, but nobody said it's a bad thing. © Alexey Eremenko /TiVo
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Soul - Publicado el 17 de mayo de 2010 | Universal Music Division Decca Records France

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A half-year after making his solo recording debut with Soul Wash (2009), a six-track EP of cover songs, Ben L'Oncle Soul made his full-length debut with a self-titled effort comprised almost entirely of original material co-written by the vocalist himself. The only song not credited to Soul is the standout version of the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" from the Soul Wash EP, reprised here as the album opener. Graced with a nimble bassline, touches of organ, and well-placed horn blasts, this version of "Seven Nation Army" stays true to the original yet approaches the song with a retro-soul style informed by the Motown and Stax sounds of the '60s. Truth be told, it's a bit gimmicky. Then again, Soul himself is part shtick, as his name and look come from Uncle Ben, the fictitious, elderly, African American man dressed in a bow tie who serves as the brand image of Uncle Ben's Rice. Even the cover image is gimmicky, designed to look like an old Motown record -- and fittingly so, for the album was indeed released by the French division of Motown Records. Fortunately, there's a lot more to Soul than shtick, as the music on his self-titled album is often outstanding. The "Seven Nation Army" cover gets the album off to an astonishing start, but the next three songs -- "Soulman," "Petite Soeur," and "Mon Amour" all of them sung in French -- are where the music truly takes flight and the shtick becomes an afterthought. Following fifth track "Elle Me Dit," a dead ringer for early-'70s Sly & the Family Stone, Soul switches to English for a couple second-rate numbers. The album picks up several tracks later with "Ain't Off to the Back," an English-language collaboration with Beat Assailant, the album's sole guest feature. While the remainder of the album has some memorable moments, "Lose It" in particular, it fails to reach the same heights as the front-loaded run of highlights. Produced by Guillaume Poncelet and Gabin Lesieur, Ben L'Oncle Soul is an impressive debut album that shouldn't be written off on account of its retro stylization, which goes out of its way to capitalize on the Motown brand association. © Jason Birchmeier /TiVo
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Pop - Publicado el 6 de octubre de 2009 | Universal Music Division Mercury Records

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Soul - Publicado el 20 de septiembre de 2010 | Universal Music Division Decca Records France

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Pop - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2009 | Universal Music Division Capitol Music France

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Pop - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2007 | Universal Music Division Decca Records France

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