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Next November, it is now on the agitated shores of a white sand beach that the ardent duo takes us for the release of their first album "Paris cyclone". Taking a more rhythmic musical direction, with more assertive voices and spoken-singing, Charlotte Fever manages to evolve their heady universe towards new spheres without getting rid of the languorous warmth that sticks to their skin. Sometimes luminous, sometimes bathed in a disturbing strangeness, always very melodic, the pieces composed for four hands by Cassandra and Alexandre manage to shake up the sobriety of current electro pop by adorning it's synthetic trappings with marimbas and wooden flutes.
Next November, it is now on the agitated shores of a white sand beach that the ardent duo takes us for the release of their first album "Paris cyclone". Taking a more rhythmic musical direction, with more assertive voices and spoken-singing, Charlotte Fever manages to evolve their heady universe towards new spheres without getting rid of the languorous warmth that sticks to their skin. Sometimes luminous, sometimes bathed in a disturbing strangeness, always very melodic, the pieces composed for four hands by Cassandra and Alexandre manage to shake up the sobriety of current electro pop by adorning it's synthetic trappings with marimbas and wooden flutes.
3700398729190
Charlotte Fever - Paris Cyclone [Colored Vinyl] (Gate)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: KURONEKO
Rel. Date: 12/22/2023
UPC: 3700398729190

Paris Cyclone [Colored Vinyl] (Gate)
Artist: Charlotte Fever
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $35.98
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Next November, it is now on the agitated shores of a white sand beach that the ardent duo takes us for the release of their first album "Paris cyclone". Taking a more rhythmic musical direction, with more assertive voices and spoken-singing, Charlotte Fever manages to evolve their heady universe towards new spheres without getting rid of the languorous warmth that sticks to their skin. Sometimes luminous, sometimes bathed in a disturbing strangeness, always very melodic, the pieces composed for four hands by Cassandra and Alexandre manage to shake up the sobriety of current electro pop by adorning it's synthetic trappings with marimbas and wooden flutes.
        
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