Yelle never ceases to amaze me. Her new song ”L’Amour Parfait” breaks away from her signature indie French dance pop, a style that made her the epitome of what was cool in electro back in 2006 and returns with a definitive darker palette. There’s no mistaking it’s Yell, she still has that beautiful vocal style that you can spot in a minute, but she’s coloring outside the lines here. She’s experimenting with new sounds and damned if she didn’t nail it with ”L’Amour Parfait”. Produced by her long time collaborator Grand Marnier and Aeroplane they fuse Trap beats and Nu Disco melodies bring a new element to her music that works brilliantly. If this is the kind of thing we can expect from her from now on I look forward to her new stuff.
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I don’t know what you mean, but it means a lot to me
Your defects are my qualities I am only one formality when the love leaves when the perfect love
I will serve you balance, I know anything that you observe when you are there when you are tired
I’m your tool of arrogance, I no longer exists when you have confidence when love leaves when love perfect
I would not have this chance, Being equipped with a conscience When love hand when perfect love
Electro-Pop group Kodacrome posted this Kolor Kult remix of “Dance Malady” on their face book page earlier today and I thought it was worth sharing with the faithful. The video features some interesting footage from filmmaker Maxi Mezentsev and the furious scribbling of artist Eric Meltesen. “Dance Malady” is from Kodacrome’s stand out 2012 album of the year “Perla EP” you can picked up on Itunes for pretty cheap now. The Kolor Kult’s remix is from their “Run Down Ep” and is free on Band Camp. Enjoy!