Caroline Receveur est une femme encore plus comblée depuis le 6 juillet 2018. So, we sang in French. la femme is reviving french “variété,” singing in french, embracing the melodrama of love, and finding unprecedented success outside france. But there were people with great potential. Later, during the New Wave and the Cold Wave, we were still listening mostly to French stuff. We’ve never found the one voice. OLIVIER ZAHM — So, La Femme has no fear of fashion. It takes time. By Katja Rahwels, kamel mennour I’m truly glad, in any case. Consigue fotografías de noticias de alta resolución y gran calidad en Getty Images It’s not the case with all our songs, but for me some of them are French chanson. We use very pure ’60s voices, with nothing but reverb. The music is really beautiful. That drives Sacha bonkers. MARLON MAGNÉE — We like to bring together gifted people, people with talent. La Femme Marlon Magne }}- Canal Once, México, octubre de 2017. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes, that’s part of it, with lots of people who come and go. MARLON MAGNÉE — For the album, though, we used different female voices. You feel that it evolves, that it’s more of a band of friends. It changes. OLIVIER ZAHM — It’s all very improvised, very personal. Los fundadores del grupo fueron Sacha Got (guitarra, thérémine) y Marlon Magnée (teclado), quienes se encontraron en el Liceo de Biarritz. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. Marlon Sneakers ofrece varios modelos de sneakers para mujer. MARLON MAGNÉE — The Beach Boys are a somewhat pop offshoot of surf music because I think surf music is for the most part instrumental. En junio de 2016, el grupo estrena Où va le monde?, un segundo extraído de su nuevo álbum Mystère. In truth, nobody in Biarritz listens to surf music, not even the surfers. It’s incredible how these young singers, who’re maybe 16 or 17, are so professional already, and yet they lack quality. And your energy in concert is very similar: the performance side, your link with the audience, is important to you. OLIVIER ZAHM — The funniest definition I’ve found of your music came from a guy who called it “surf/Gainsbourg.” How do you see it? Reverb. by Mehdi Belhaj Kacem, eric troncy by Olivier Zahm, eva ionesco MARLON MAGNÉE — We’re just getting settled into the landscape, but we’ve still got plenty of work ahead of us. “Le Vide Est Ton Nouveau Prénom” [“Void Is Your New First Name”] is a lovely song, and it’s chanson. That’s it. Back then, groups would show up in street clothes. MARLON MAGNÉE — We each have our own thing. That’s how I discovered groups like Deux and Marie et les Garçons. They only put out really bizarre French stuff from the ’80s that had been kept in drawers somewhere. Marlon, habiendo encontrado a Sam Lefevre (bajo) y a Noé Delmas (batería), en París, se toma el nombre de La Femme en 2010. But America’s still cool. Whereas we do everything the old-fashioned way, and we play the synthesizers by hand. We’ve done it two or three times, but we don’t want to do any more shoots with credits at the bottom. OLIVIER ZAHM — That’s right, and she was a model. In 2010, when we started, we wanted to show up with a curated look, like Les Rita Mitsouko, with an art director, a world, and real videos. You do it for a long time, with love, and your product feeds in to the march of time. MARLON MAGNÉE — On albums, we do everything to a click. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. 13 - LA FEMME RESSORT (5’23) Ecrit et composé par: Marlon Magnée, Sacha Got Chant: Jane Peynot Choeurs: Clara Luciani Enregistré par: Samy Osta et Sam lefevre Mixé par: Samy Osta Editeur: Rockumentary Publishing 14 - WELCOME AMERICA (2’27) Ecrit par: Marlon Magnée, Sacha Got Composé par: Marlon Magnée, Sacha Got, Sam Lefèvre Read Full Biography. Marlon Manee from La Femme Band and Marine Neuilly ex musician from Les Plastiscines band attend Les Bains Music Festival Day Two at Les Bains Paris on February 21, 2019 in Paris, France. There are songs that’ll sound more like surf, more like electro, more like psychedelic music, but what ties them together in the end is the sound of La Femme. by Olivier Zahm, gucci by martin parr I think that with art and creation, you shouldn’t be shutting doors. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. He’s got a wacko group of performers. There’s him and Indochine, who are still making music. Over there, it’s mostly psychedelic, things that are a bit more pop, like Pitchfork. La Femme is not one woman. Sphynx, premier extrait du nouvel album de La Femme. MARLON MAGNÉE — No. In group photos, everybody’d be looking off in a different direction, to make an artsy photo, and they’d film their videos on rooftops, and nothing would happen. OLIVIER ZAHM — It’s just that when we go see one of your concerts, we never know exactly what’s going to happen. OLIVIER ZAHM — So, no two concerts sound the same. [Where Is the World Going?]. But then, we love all languages. Grace is in it. by Donatien Grau, lionel bensemoun MARLON MAGNÉE — No, because at the time we were listening to French music and couldn’t speak English. Now that everyone sings in French, I feel like singing in English. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes, it’s personal. Now, we’re in a different economy, a different time, where you need brands to make a living and get your projects off the ground. There are super underground parties, super cool stuff. Sometimes we have a budget, and sometimes we make do with what we’ve got, as we did with Où Va le Monde? Refocused around their original trio of Sacha Got, Marlon Magnée, and Sam Lefèvre, this is La Femme’s first release since their 2016 LP Mystére.The single is released via the band’s label Disque Pointu, distributed worldwide by IDOL. OLIVIER ZAHM — In the end, Paris is making a comeback, wouldn’t you say? They see France as this great country. Los fundadores del grupo fueron Sacha Got (guitarra, thérémine) y Marlon Magnée (teclado), quienes se encontraron en el Liceo de Biarritz. I was lucky enough to meet him in Paris. French Rock musician Marlon Magnee performs with the group La Femme during the annual 'Fete de la Musique' celebration at Central Park SummerStage, New York, New York, June 21, 2016. And it’s cool because now we can rediscover them on YouTube and the Internet. OLIVIER ZAHM — The fuel or the energy behind your success is that it’s connected with the history of French chanson. El grupo encontró a la cantante principal, Clémence Quélennec, en Internet. He’s more or less responsible for Clémence’s image onstage. It’s cyclical. That video worked. by Jérôme Sans and Olivier Zahm, the pinault collection/martin bethenod Escúchalo en streaming y sin anuncios o compra CDs y MP3s ahora en Amazon.es. by Olivier Zahm, givenchy by suffo moncloa The Italian compilations from the ’60s, the yé-yé singers — they were great, too. That’s why he wanted to thin out the touring schedule a bit. I think Paris has made a comeback in the 2010s. And it’s cool because now we can rediscover them on YouTube and the Internet. The Beach Boys? MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. When we played the Zénith, we insisted that there be American-style decor and entertainment. That’s how I discovered groups like Deux and Marie et les Garçons. kind of French class that they like. You’ve been working hard for 10 years, and La Femme is getting more and more successful, but now you practically represent French music today. We like to do things together. Because when you think of surf music, you think of the ’60s. Then you’ve got groups like Deux and X Ray Pop. by Ariana Reines, daniel buren When we discovered Des Jeunes Gens Mödernes and BIPPP compilations from the Born Bad label, that stuff influenced us a lot. El grupo encontró a la cantante principal, Clémence Quélennec, en Internet. He’s been there from the start. Two of us, Sacha and I, are writing the songs. OLIVIER ZAHM — Especially since there are more guys than girls in your group. Based in suburban Paris, the Krautrock-inspired indie collective La Femme incorporate elements of '60s surf, psych rock, EDM, and classic French pop into their avant indie electronic music. MARLON MAGNÉE — That’s true. Un bébé toujours très craquant ! The group was formed in Biarritz, France by singer and keyboardist Marlon Magnée and guitarist Sacha Got. We paid for own first tour with restaurant jobs. Me, I’m okay with it, but other members of the band are not necessarily comfortable with that stuff. We’ve never found the one voice. We’re trying to get them all done. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. by Paolo Roversi, bottega veneta by andrea spotorno OLIVIER ZAHM — You’ve no fear of that, either. by Jérôme Sans, MARLON MAGNÉE — That’s funny and flattering, too. She’s the one who did the vocals. by Donatien Grau, comme des garçons by paolo roversi We don’t give a damn. by Olivier Zahm, l’arpège/alain passard OLIVIER ZAHM — It’s good to keep things eclectic, and you’re very eclectic. We set the mood. When I travel, I realize that we’re lucky to be in France, to have our educational system, our health. We had Arabic on the last album. OLIVIER ZAHM — And not be chasing America… That voice!” So, we had her sing on one of the songs on the last album. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. He’s more or less responsible for Clémence’s image onstage. interview by OLIVIER ZAHM It comes, it goes. La Femme | Length : 03:50 . It’s like women singing in the heavens. But there were plenty of other singers who were great. That was important in the beginning. MARLON MAGNÉE — We each have our own thing. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yeah, absolutely. OLIVIER ZAHM — You have a particular look. by Anne-Sophie Guillet, c a m import export OLIVIER ZAHM — You have different guest singers? by Dario Catellani, nicolas godin MARLON MAGNÉE — But even on shows like that, you find talent. They press play, and there are samples to back them up and make things sound fat. It reminds me of Mano Negra and groups like that. Surf music is something I actually discovered in Paris, especially through a group called Les Cavaliers. MARLON MAGNÉE — It’s like with yé-yé. It’s not improvised, but there’s a sense of freedom. They’re way underground, super dark wave, and they’ve stood the test of time. by Maurizio Cattelan and Marta Papini, john jefferson selve La Femme have returned with their new single “Paradigme.” The track is off the French Psych-pop band’s forthcoming release (details TBA). by Olivier Zahm, françois simon Reverb. They’re purists who make music the way they did in the ’60s. live there’s no prerecorded track. He’d rather play new songs. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favorite tracks with your friends. Then there was the “Des Jeunes Gens Mödernes” exhibition in 2008, on which occasion they put out some great stuff. He’d rather play new songs. Two of us, Sacha and I, are writing the songs. It’s not the case with all our songs, but for me some of them are French chanson. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. Fallece Christian, el hijo mayor de Marlon Brando, a los 49 años Su ex mujer, Deborah, y sus abogados dieron a conocer la triste noticia a los medios de comunicación MARLON MAGNÉE — Yeah, I really think so. by Olivier Zahm, iñaki aizpitarte Patty Pravo, “La Bambola,” for example, which is beautiful but also full of unknown stuff. I think that with art and creation, you shouldn’t be shutting doors. For example, Stella, who put out a really pretty song called “Pourquoi Pas Moi?” [“Why Not Me?”]. That’s why we often get singers who know how to sing but aren’t pros. Even my mother used to say so. OLIVIER ZAHM — All of it in French. Way cool!” And they tried to reproduce it. For one thing, we were listening mostly to French music, especially to a lot of rather obscure ’60s songs. Before downloading La Femme Marlon Magne Videos, Unlimited Full Movie Download, You can always find latest and hottest movies here. MARLON MAGNÉE — No. [1]​, En febrero de 2014, el grupo logró ganar en Victoires de la musique (del francés, victorias de la música), en la categoría álbum revelación del año con Psycho Tropical Berlin, lanzado en 2013, el cual permitió su reconomiento a nivel nacional, principalmente . OLIVIER ZAHM — In France, the music world is always paying a certain amount of attention to fashion. We want to put out lots of themed EPs [extended play records]. Then there’s Delphine, and Zouzou, a great figure of ’60s Parisian nightlife. They keep everything just the way it was. Even my mother used to say so. portrait by CESAR LOVE ALEXANDRE, la femme is reviving french “variété,” Various members joined later, including bass player Sam Lefevre, drummer Noé Delmas and Lucas Nunez from Paris. That’s how you recognize them. We do what’s necessary. by Daido Moriyama, quiet days in clichy by anders edström Sin Sam. One time, we brought on a chick we’d discovered on the set of Nouvelle Star. It’s true that I like a certain coherence, as long as everyone’s different. By Olivier Zahm for the next Purple #34 The Love issue. by Ola Rindal, amanda wall by olivier zahm OLIVIER ZAHM — You’re all off working on your own? There’s. It’s cinematic. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. I think there was an image crisis in the 2000s. Private concerts pay well. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes and no, because when you do 200 concerts a year, you can end up performing the song like a machine. We like straight vocals, with no effects. OLIVIER ZAHM — Sure, but there’s nonetheless something that ties you together. You think of Jacno, Serge Gainsbourg, Marquis de Sade, Taxi Girls, and their style — those guys worked hard on their look. For Les Victoires de la Musique, we performed with guys dressed up for a 1920s cocktail, and the music started up, and we started to play. Later, there was jazz in New Orleans, etc. They press play, and there are samples to back them up and make things sound fat. He’s been there from the start. We’ve done things for fashion, sold singles, like with Celine. You just have to be proud of your own music. OLIVIER ZAHM — And you’re appearing on TV, on Star Academy. There are songs that’ll sound more like surf, more like electro, more like psychedelic music, but what ties them together in the end is the sound of La Femme. The Wanderers and The Wongs and Les Cavaliers, for example. When we meet up, we discuss things together. We’re trying to get them all done. He’s got a wacko group of performers. He’s an art director, stylist, and performer. We don’t give a damn. We like doing stuff like that. I think what we were doing seemed a bit exotic to them. Marlon semble être aux anges pendant ces vacances de rêve. I feel good when I go to LA, and I feel like I’m in my element in New York, but I’m very much attached to France. It’s a feeling. The Italian compilations from the ’60s, the yé-yé singers — they were great, too. That drives Sacha bonkers. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. Born Bad is a great French label with a real indie visual aesthetic. by Gianni Oprandi, chantal crousel MARLON MAGNÉE — For me, Étienne Daho is the name everyone remembers. Once they get tics, they get a thing going. I don’t know if you know Aymeric Bergada du Cadet. They only put out really bizarre French stuff from the ’80s that had been kept in drawers somewhere. All people know about is Sylvie Vartan and Johnny [Hallyday]. In 2009-2010, all the groups were singing in English, and we didn’t want to do what everybody else was doing. It’s a craft. OLIVIER ZAHM — Over the years, you’ve managed to develop a real audience in the United States. It’s a feeling. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes, and we meet up from time to time. OLIVIER ZAHM — So, the core of La Femme is you and Sacha [Got], but there’s an open side, a collective side. MARLON MAGNÉE — There are a few trad groups with the vintage 1962 guitars and the Fender amps and the typical reverb. MARLON MAGNÉE — It’s always been considered pastiche, a vulgar copy of American music. MARLON MAGNÉE — I love Christophe, but I was never a big fan of his music. A romanticism. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes, that’s part of it, with lots of people who come and go. Suddenly, they’ve got pipes, a vocal style, and that doesn’t lend itself very well to our music. by Olivier Zahm, bob nickas Sam Lefèvre, our bassist, is also a sound engineer and our instrument repairman, the one who invents stuff and tweaks sounds. Depuis trois ans maintenant, Caroline Receveur et Hugo Philip filent le parfait amour. That’s why we often get singers who know how to sing but aren’t pros. OLIVIER ZAHM — That’s something that’s always present in your music: the sunniness. MARLON MAGNÉE — There are a few trad groups with the vintage 1962 guitars and the Fender amps and the typical reverb.

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