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Album:10 ANS DE FETE
Label:le son du maquis
Genre:Alt Rock

Born in 1997 from the true love between Danny Mommens, then bassist for the cult band dEUS, and the blond supermodel Els Pynoo, Vive la fête fathered quite an unique and spectacular genre of music: A zest of new wave crawling between intoxicating electro loops, and all of this, delivered in the language of Gainsbourg, Dutronc and France Gall. A genuine tribute to Jacques Tati’s “Jour de fête”, Vive la fête musical boldness succeeded once again, with Disque d’or, into creating a glamorous and surrealist effort. An effort that the band never hesitate to defend thanks to their mind blowing lives, from Bruges, to Sao Paulo, but also New York, Moscow, Paris, Milan, Berlin and Tokyo.

"Hailing from Belgium, Vive la Fête is the most stylish musical duo since Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin or Debbie Harry & Chris Stein; and they have a perfect electro-sound (they call it Kitsch pop) that makes you feel and look good…. Their record is excellent and their live act even better." V Magazine




Label:le son du maquis
Genre:Alt Rock

Coming from Amsterdam, Mist received a warm reception with their first albums in 2002 (We should habe been stars) and 2006 (Bye Bye) released out with The Maquis and distributed in France through La Baleine. Their touching, melodic and melancholic pop reminding of the nicest and precious hours of the 80' s Dutch pop scene following the example of Nits, illuminated the flat countries. Rick Treffers, leader of the band, then started into the creation of new songs put online regularly. Period contains hurting, engaging and sweet pop melodies mixed with electronic beat in the continuation of The Notwist, The Divine Comedy or Damon Albarn. Mist is always in search of timeless pop.



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