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As the World Cup reaches its sharp end, what better tribute than a lurid, kitschy concept album about an imagined childhood spent in Brazil by a French auteur who depicts…

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When Tellier emerged circa 2001, he was pitched as a kind of outsider protégé of fellow French sophisticates Air, to whose former label he remains signed. He’s never really looked…

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Few of us are strangers to the drug-induced concept album, but just how many records implore the listener to join a ‘community’ (in this case Alliance Bleue) led by hirsute…

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Sebastien Tellier’s last album was called ‘Politics’. However, we’re happy to report that there isn’t a hint of Sarkozy or his ilk on his new one, although France’s PM is…

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NME has always said that the main problem with French pop is that it’s too often concerned with the seduction of suspiciously young schoolgirls, and too seldom with apocalyptic scenarios…