Record Makers Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Quite a collaboration here, between legendary US burlesque revivalist, model and occasional actor Dita Von Teese and naughty French synth-romancer Sébastian Tellier. Mutual admiration brought about this collaboration, with Tellier and his wife Amandine de La Richardière respectively handling music and lyrics while Von Teese performs vocals. The music is familiar Tellier-territory - all engorged, liquid synths and seductive motifs, to which Von Teese’s suggestive voice is, unsurprisingly, an ideal match.
- Vinyl LP (REC145)
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- Coloured vinyl
Repress of Kavinsky’s 2007 EP. Take all your favourite 80s synth wave sound tracks, we all have those, give em a shake and bring em into the gleaming future. Think John Carpenter on speed making friends with Gatekeeper but retaining the Teenwolf soundtrack kind of cheeky schoolboy charm. Vinyl on Record Makers.
Several reissues of smooth electro-soul-pop singer Sebastien Tellier’s music are upon us. L’Incroyable Verite (‘The Incredible Truth’) is his debut album, dating from 2001, and it contains a sweet suite of different styles, all of them pretty sleek. So much so that Tellier demands you only listen to the album by candlelight… Also contains ‘Fantino’, from the Lost In Translation soundtrack. Reissued by Record Makers.
Tristesse Contemporaine are a Japanese / Swedish / Anglo-Jamaican trio based in Paris, where they generate indie-style electro-pop. Stop And Start is their third full-length album, and it pulses onwards and upwards with behind-the-shades swagger and cool pop catchiness. Released on CD and LP with an artsy photographic cover on the Record Makers label.
Several reissues of smooth electro-soul-pop singer Sebastien Tellier’s music are upon us. Sexuality is a particularly sleek and erotic suite, matching the needless-to-say-excellent production of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo (of Daft bloody Punk) with Tellier’s charismatic vocal delivery. Reissued on CD and vinyl by Record Makers.
Several reissues of smooth electro-soul-pop singer Sebastien Tellier’s music are upon us. Sessions, first released in 2006, takes tunes from Tellier’s two albums up to that point and recasts them as intimate, acoustic, piano-centred songs. Sessions has been reissued on CD and vinyl by Record Makers.
The soundtrack to Zoe Cassavetes’ recent film Day Out Of Days is provided by the electronic duo Scratch Massive, who took the opportunity to delve into the sweet sounds of the 1980’s for a full-blown synth-pop extravaganza, heavy with the troubled California mood of the film. Released by Record Makers.
Taken from the album ‘L’Aventura’, Sebastien Tillier’s remix EP, ‘Allers Vers Le Soleil’ is a beautiful layering of subtle, uplifting soft synthesizers, classic eighties bass sounds, dreamy melodies and warmly distorted, nostalgic samples with silky soft vocals through a warm fuzzy filter. It’s like The Wonder Years and a hot bath at the same time. The EP also includes remixes by Principle Of Geometry and Walter and contributions from The Horrors Tom Furse.
- Vinyl LP (REC76)
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- Last copy