I need to share some music, before a whole year goes by without it on my blog! So, I’m taking … More
… and French as a language that still feels like it makes the simplest thing sound enchanting, literally. And this … More
Once in a while, I can make an exception. Because none of these artists is really new to me. They … More
Maybe, I should entitle it ”music discovered in France”, since they are not all from the capital, but hey Paris … More
I can’t believe this is already the sixth part! 🙂 So, my summer ended with the weekend at Rock en … More
Don’t get me wrong. Concerts and festivals are like breathing, or like a drug to me – if I don’t … More
At least internationally, of course. Maybe I’m just talking from Slovenian youth’s perspective where francofolie is still a thing only … More
Her ; Juliette Armanet ; Melanie Pain
No need for introductions anymore.
Fishbach ; Cyril Mokaiesh ; Faire…
The emptiness of the scene, its lack of quality and diversity, the awfulness of the general taste. Nope, don’t know what you’re talking about… I think you’re just looking the wrong way!
I’m done, I’m over responding with hatred and anger and scorn and fear and cynicism, I’m just done. I choose love, even when that means silence, even when that doesn’t necessarily mean hope.
Because it might be just as inspiring to look back to your used-to-be wish list than it is to always … More
It’s time again to share a bit of Parisian melodies. My favourite time. Grand Blanc : I just spent my … More
I said the list would grow, right? Well, here’s the second part of my eternal quest.
Here’s to the melodies that made and still are making my stay here bearable in its many anxieties and phenomenal in its just as many joys.
Today is my favourite day of the whole year, especially because I get to experience it in Paris for the second time in a row. The day of the music.
I have to ask: Do you imagine London markets without music? Port Vell in Barcelona? Lisbon or Paris metro? Jardin … More