Hum a song, Google finds the title!

Google now offers a tool to allow you to find the title of a song that is stuck in your head. Just whistle or hum for the application to find the right title, and it’s bluffing.

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« But what is this title? But if ! make an effort ! We have all lived this scene where we look for the title of a song by humming a few notes or singing snatches of lyrics. But, impossible to find the title … Impossible until the arrival of theartificial intelligence of Google which now offers the option “Find a song”.

Sure iOS or Android, it is Google Assistant who takes the hand, and if your mic is on, then you just need to hum or even mumble the melody. We obviously have theair a little silly, but it works thunder ! French or Anglo-Saxon songs, nursery rhymes, classical tunes … After a few seconds of listening, the assistant displays some matches, and the first title on the list is always the correct one. We tried with ten melodies, and it’s flawless.

A button “Search the song” (Hum to search) is now available in the Google app on Android and iOS. © Google

Each song has its “digital footprint”

So how does it work ? Google simply explains that each song has its own digital fingerprint, and this is the machine learning which makes it possible to match a whistle, a chant or a hum with that digital imprint. As soon as you start to produce a sound, Google Assistant transforms it into a digital sequence. Algorithms are there to eliminate the superfluous, to keep only the melodic sequence and thus to match it with the immense database.

This work of musical recognition, which directly competes with Shazam, is the result of work started in 2017 with the Now Playing function on the Pixel 2. A year later, AI evolved from recognizing sounds in the studio to a catalog of millions of songs. Today, you no longer need to have the original or instruments since a simple hum is enough.

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Eddy Mitchell, our dear brother

He rarely smiles in photos, cultivating the somewhat surly air of one who is no longer done. Yet after a few minutes of conversation, her clear eyes come alive and soften, her lips smile. As he will admit later, during the dialogue, Eddy Mitchell is a soft one.

Beside him is his son Eddy – the resemblance is striking -, co-author of the alphabet book which covers the life and work of the artist (1). It’s not the first time that our national icon has indulged in autobiography, but this time it’s special: “With my son, it was easier to answer, I let myself go. “

Family passion of the 7e art

This alphabet takes us from A, as Autodidact, a chapter which allows him to narrate his popular childhood on the Parisian heights of Belleville, to Z, like Zorglub, who tells his passion for comics and the profession he dreamed of. exercise as a child. “I had a good stroke of a pencil and I could see myself as a comic book designer. But I would have had to do Fine Arts. Due to lack of money, I left school at 13, I returned to Crédit Lyonnais, where my mother worked. “

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He cultivates no regrets and retains joyful and colorful memories of his warm, loving childhood. “My father worked at night. He came to pick me up after school to take me to the movies. Then my older brother would come home and he too would offer me a movie. With two paintings a day, no wonder I was bad at school. I didn’t have time to do my homework. “ This absolute passion for the 7e art, inherited from his father, the young Claude Moine, now Eddy Mitchell, passed it on to his son, now a journalist specializing in cinema.

Early success

At the age of 14, the little employee of Crédit Lyonnais goes on stage, Salle Pleyel in Paris, for his company’s show. “Claude Moine, fanciful”, as stipulated in the program, offers an interpretation of Rock, rock by Eddie Constantine. The success of this evening gives her the nerve to sing at weekend balls.

At the end of his adolescence, he launched the first French rock group known to the public as the “Black Socks”. Everything goes so fast that in 1962, when he was barely 20 years old, he was already married, father and top of the bill. “I was precocious, it’s true, but we thought it wouldn’t last. We had military service ahead of us. “ The army, the young singer will stay there nineteen months and will have more luck than his older brother, traumatized return from Algeria. The soldier Claude Moine, him, will be used to make turns of song. Nevertheless, he will retain a holy horror of the uniform.

Moreover, no institution finds favor in his eyes. The Church will not have its favors either. With humor, he admits that his last name, Monk, earned him some good jokes when he was young, but without arousing the slightest vocation. Later his song, No boogie woogie, sermon of a priest to his parishioners, will be worth to him a success never denied.

His fascination carries him towards the United States, rock, noir, westerns. He will record a number of his albums in Nashville (Tennessee) and give his three children American names. After his son Eddy (“I wanted there to be at least one real Eddy in the family”), there will be Maryline and, later, with his second and current wife, Muriel, his youngest daughter Pamela.

“The American dream is over”

This America he loved madly, he no longer recognizes: “The American dream is over”, he admits. No doubt because the rejection of all racism and non-violence are too far removed from current American policy. His credo, his strength, his sport, is the family. Sunday meal is sacred. The children are grown up now, between 58 and 38 years old. Maryline is herself the mother of Théo, 28, a musician.

“I gave my grandson, when he was 16, a Gibson guitar similar to the Black Socks. “ Because if Eddy has one regret in his life, it’s not having been a good musician, “I would have liked to play the piano, the king instrument. Me, I’m just tapping ”. Her children did not fare better.

Father and son love to play cards together, at Gin-rummy. As for the holidays, they are the opportunity to all meet in the family home of Saint-Tropez where the singer now spends five months of the year. About Saint-Tropez and its neighborhood, if he was a friend who was almost part of the family, it was Johnny Hallyday, met at the age of 15 in a surprise party. Their two careers, parallel, never separated them, one is godfather of the daughter of the other and vice versa. Fifty-nine years of friendship that says a lot about the singer’s loyal heart. A tender, we tell you.


His inspiration. Ready-made phrases from the street

“I love to listen to people in the street”, confie Eddy Mitchell. “They offer me ready-made sentences. For example, a short while ago, I heard one person tell another: “I went to see a psychic. She asked me who I was, I had doubts ”. Isn’t that wonderful? Taxi drivers are also a source of incredible thoughts. Then, to write a song, I need the music. It is she who creates the images. Little three-minute stories then emerge. “


The audience smashed to smithereens the victory of the 91-year-old siege in the show “Voice. 60 +”

Dina Ivanovna Yudina from St. Petersburg won the superfinal of the third season of the project.  Photo: MAXIM LEE

Dina Ivanovna Yudina from St. Petersburg won the superfinal of the third season of the project. Photo: MAXIM LEE

There is a scandal in the quietest and kindest show of our TV “Voice.60 +” Former employee of the scientific library Dina Ivanovna Yudina from St. Petersburg won the superfinal of the third season of the project of hereditary professional artist Pyotr Tarenkov with a difference of 60 to 40 percent. Which did not suit very many. The spectators began to be indignant, they say, the grandmother was taken out of pity. “KP” collects the most eloquent responses on the topic, left by people in social networks.

“Soon, 100-year-old grandmothers will be brought to Golos.60 +, absurd. By age with respect, but there were more worthy vocalists. “

“With all due respect to my grandmother: Pyotr Tarenkov is the winner! You’re lying! Do not take the people for fools. We hear and see everything. Can not be so!”

“I consider it unfair as always, of course, you respect your age, but a competition is a competition. The best voices, as always, are in the background. Another disappointment … “

“Well, of course, the winner is Peter. And this is undeniable, with all due respect to Dina. Played along obviously. “

“Again they play on people’s feelings. Why interfere with voices (real voices!) And age, the 75th anniversary of Victory, peacefulness? The man has definitely won. Dina has more health. “

“They pressed on pity, but it’s not professional, of course, Tarenkov is the winner!”

“Shouldn’t the organizers think over a new system of rewarding the finalists of the project, including the age, gender aspects of the participants, as well as the preferences of mentors and spectators, but the main prize should, of course, be awarded for the vote.”

“Many of the participants in this contest were much stronger in song performance than the winner, with all due respect to her. It remains a mystery why her mentor pushed it. An unpleasant aftertaste from another injustice remained in my soul. I wonder how the winner herself reacted to her victory? “

“Hmmm … what’s the name of the program? Like the Voice. But this old woman doesn’t have it at all! May God grant her long life, but there were really talented people, and this woman did not even cause any emotions! We need to make a program, as they say, “Voice. Age”. Anyway, they voted for her out of respect and pity. Something wheezes to himself. So any grandmother at the table can drink and start singing, not knowing at all. “

“No need to say here, they say, well done, at this age! The show is kind of about how people sing, gifted with voices! I have no words”

“A mixed impression of the final. I liked the knockouts very much, it was an interesting stage. But the final stage, or “the cherry on the cake”, leaves questions about the voice, age, vocal data …. “

“Maybe introduce the Audience Choice Award? Already in several reviews such a proposal appears. And if, judging by the name of the project, in the center of everything there really is a voice multiplied by skills and craftsmanship, then all the same it is worth not forgetting about it “

“They took the victory away from a talented person. Peter is the best in every way! In the days of his youth, mediocrity did not finish the choral school … The project is called “Voice”, not “Age”. The strongest must win! Very sorry…”

Dear readers, what do you think – Dina Yudina won the project “Voice.60 +” deservedly? Or should the victory have been given to the professional artist Pyotr Tarenkov, who is 31 years younger than his rival?


Fleetwood Mac. Drummer recreates video of man singing “Dreams”

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The video of Nathan Apodaca, the guy who appears very relaxed on a skateboard while drinking juice and singing the popular song “Dreams”, by the British group Fleetwood Mac, caused a great sensation among users not only on TikTok, but even on Instagram and Twitter.

Although the man has made several recordings on social networks where he dances to songs such as “La Chona” and “Payado de Rodeo”, even this clip managed to gain relevance.

The popularity of the video, which helped to increase the sales of the band formed in 1967 by vocalists and guitarists Peter Green y Jeremy Spencer, did not go unnoticed by its current members, who issued a thank you tweet to Nathan.

“¡We love this!”, Reads the band’s tweet, which has already reached more than 500 thousand ‘likes’.

But this was not all, well Mick Fleetwood, the drummer, opened a TikTok account just to create his own version of the Apodaca video; a sample that just enough to have a good attitude, sing and roll to achieve fame.



“This halt was hyperviolent”

La Croix: What impact has the health crisis had on your artistic activity?

Apple : At the start of 2020, I was making rapid progress. In February, I received the Victoire de la musique “Révélation” for my second album, Loopholes. I was starting a tour of about fifty concerts. Bourges, Francos, Vieilles Charrues, Eurockéennes, Botanique in Brussels… I was scheduled everywhere, it was my first summer of festivals. 2020 was kind of my year; what happened is hard to swallow.

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At the start of the confinement, it was nice to rest because everything was going very quickly and I was tired. After that, this forced break lasted a very long time, and it started to have a huge impact. This halt was hyperviolent. But he forced me to let go. To accept that we cannot control everything, that nothing is guaranteed, that nothing goes as planned.

Of course, if I had been able to do these 50 concerts, the promotions, the meetings, all that… I might already be elsewhere today. But I am one of the lucky artists who had worked and built enough before to think that all is not lost.

How do you plan for the future?

P. : At the beginning of October, I’m going on tour again. I have 25 concerts maintained out of about 40 that were planned. I will sing until December in front of seated and masked people, with audiences of less than 1000 people. Sometimes I’ll play twice in the same day, we had to make it shorter in this case (twice an hour). We deal with the constraints, depending on the city, the gauges, the location of the rooms. My music can be listened to well seated, I am lucky, even if I like the dynamics of standing concerts. It is difficult to know to what extent these concerts in the respect of the rules of distancing will be different… I then planned to take a real break during the winter and to go on tour again at the end of February as well as in the summer festivals 2021.

What do you expect from the public authorities?

P. : I expect from the government consistency and more anticipation in its cultural policy. We do not need all these measures which lack coherence, of what has been done so far, such as authorizing leisure parks but not concerts, etc … For artists, suddenly, it is very difficult to know what to do, we have the impression of being in a middle ground that lasts.

It would be good if the public authorities were able to anticipate. Even if it means being more drastic, to say that everything must stop for a few months, that we will no longer play until 2021. And why not? In Quebec, for example, it has been decided that there will be no concerts at least until next year. It would be more useful for artists, especially those who are in precariousness, to make decisions, even difficult ones, and to support them with financial aid. We are told that culture must be brought to life, but how can we continue and at what cost, if we remain in the dark? We all need to project ourselves. Artistic calendars are built over two years.


“Jerusalema”, the Zulu prayer that has become a planetary tube

Afro-pop, gospel sounds, against a background of electronic music… and incantations to God. Detonating, the mixture has conquered the planet. Wednesday September 23, the song clip Jerusalem, by Zimbabwean musician and producer Master KG in duet with South African artist Nomcebo Zikode, has indeed crossed the symbolic bar of 150 million views on YouTube. In addition, it has more than 60 million plays on Spotify, and is now the most searched title on the Shazam music recognition app.

Sung in Zulu, this plea to Heaven has been particularly popular in recent months on social networks, around the challenge #JerusalemaDanceChallenge inviting Internet users to post videos of their own choreography on the piece. “Jerusalem, my home, save me, don’t leave me here …”, urges in the song Nomcebo Zikode, 26, in reference to the heavenly city. “In this song I ask [à Dieu] to forgive me and protect me “, She told the South African press.

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An exit yet unnoticed

When released in November 2019, Jerusalem had, however, remained relatively unnoticed. But that changed after an Angolan music group, Fenomenos Do Semba, took it over in February in a humorous way in a video, with a plate of food in hand. The song then went viral in Angola, Portugal and then on the Tik Tok short video platform. And in the following weeks, she began to travel around the world.

A Franciscan choreography

Families, medical staff from several countries, police officers then play the game by filming themselves dancing Jerusalem. In July, Italian Franciscans even reinterpreted one of their songs, replacing the initial music with that of Jerusalem. The video, which shows these clerics performing the choreography of the planetary tube, was also widely shared on social networks.

« It’s so beautiful to see how Jerusalema conquered the world, to see how far it has gone, recently reacted his musician and producer, Master KG, “The song was amazing back home in 2019 on every radio station. She ruled the streets, and people made memories around [d’elle] ».


Chanson singer Juliette Greco is dead – culture

With her dark voice, Juliette Gréco breathed the most beautiful songs about love and suffering into the microphone. Now, at the age of 93, the grande dame of French chanson has said goodbye to the world of music forever. The French singer died on Wednesday in her home in Ramatuelle in southern France, as the French news agency AFP reported, citing the family. Gréco bequeathed hundreds of songs and interpretations for posterity, including “Sous le ciel de Paris” or “Deshabillez-moi”.

After Édith Piaf and Barbara Brodi, Gréco was the last great French chansonnette to leave the stage. For decades she has interpreted the songs of the greatest chansonniers such as Jacques Brel and Brassens and the most beautiful texts by writers such as Françoise Sagan, Jacques Prévert, François Mauriac and Albert Camus. “Si tu t’imagines” or “L’Éternel féminin” were among their big hits at the end of the 1940s.

Gréco met the artistic and intellectual elite of the time

The French philosopher and existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre discovered them in a cellar bar in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Parisian intellectual quarter par excellence, in the 1950s. After hearing her sing one evening at the Tabou, he invited her to his apartment. There she was allowed to choose two of his poems, which he then set to music. He left the finished chansons to her.

Sartre introduced her to the artistic and intellectual elite of the time. Gréco met those people who, like her, are still considered icons today, but at that time were still very vulgar interlocutors at table seven: Picasso, Cocteau, Camus, Prévert, Merleau-Ponty, Boris Vian, Simone de Beauvoir, and later Serge Gainsbourg and Miles Davis. One searches in vain for comparable circles worldwide.

Like her interlocutor at table, Gréco dressed in black. Pale face, black hair and black clothes: Gréco stayed true to this style all her life. The petite diva was therefore often called the muse of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Lady in Black.


Black hair, black clothes, Juliette Gréco stayed true to this style. (Archive picture from 2013)

(Photo: AFP)

Gréco was born on February 7, 1927 in Montpellier, France. She spent most of her childhood with her grandmother and in a monastery, as she hardly knew her father and her mother had joined the resistance during the Second World War.

Gréco was just ten years old when she first appeared in public in 1937. But soon afterwards, her mother and her two daughters were arrested by the Gestapo in 1943. Juliette was held in Frèsnes prison for three weeks; mother and sister survived internment in Ravensbrück concentration camp. In 1959, Gréco appeared as one of the first French singers in post-war Germany.

It was not only in their songs that it was passionate and stormy. Gréco was married several times, including the late actor Michel Piccoli. The legendary black jazz trumpeter Miles Davis was one of the early lovers. In 1988 she married the pianist Gérard Jouannest, her longtime musical companion.

She had prepared well for her departure from the music world. With a tour that she began in 2015, she thanked her loyal fans. You have to know when the time has come to stop, she said. She has been singing for 65 years, that is a long working life. Her farewell tour “Merci” had also taken her to Germany.


Death of Juliette Gréco, muse, godmother and free woman

Great lady, sacred monster, legend … there has never been a lack of superlatives to evoke Juliette Gréco, who passed away on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. Free and vibrant, the singer and actress marked the French imagination with her singular talent and her entire personality. .

Born February 7, 1927 in Montpellier, Marie-Juliette Gréco forged this character in the trials of her life. An early childhood ” without maternal love and without father », She writes in her memoirs, titled I’m made like this (1). She quickly learns to replace them with her big sister Charlotte, the “Living light”, and by his grandparents to whom their mother entrusted them.

Difficult relationships with his parents

Juliette, who comes from a “Bordeaux environment, Catholic and easy, austere”, grows up surrounded by ” human warmth “ of his grandparents. She will always have a difficult relationship with her parents. To her father, a police commissioner, separated from her mother early on, she has little to say. Her mother, whose name she bears, does not like her. “All my childhood I looked for her attention, she did not see me. It was a one-sided love ”, writes Juliette Gréco.

→ MEET. Juliette Gréco, a rough and beautiful life

After the death of the grandparents, the mother takes back her two daughters “By duty”, and takes them to Paris. Juliette is admitted in 1938 to the competition of the little rats of the Paris Opera. But the war shatters this dream and brings the family back to Bergerac. It was there that in September 1943, her mother, who had joined the resistance, was arrested, along with her two daughters shortly after. Beaten and tortured, they are imprisoned in Fresnes. The mother and the elder sister will be deported to Ravensbrück – from which they will return in 1945. Juliette, released because of her young age, takes refuge with Hélène Duc, a friend, actress in Paris.

A youth between the Flore and the Deux-Magots

Free, insolent and beautiful, Juliette Gréco was 17 years old at the Liberation. Then begins the singular destiny, which, from Saint-Germain-des-Prés, brings her closer to a “Fauna of artists and intellectuals” which, around Sartre, between Flore and Deux-Magots, will embody existentialism. “She is caught up in the whirlwind of a freedom that teenagers have never known before: the freedom to start the night at the bistro and end it with endless walks in the somewhat provincial streets of 6e arrondissement », writes Bertrand Dicale (2).

Author of a beautiful biography of Juliette Gréco (3), he says: “The philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty teaches him to dance, introduces him to his friends Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. She belongs to the group of teenagers who, in 1947, created Le Tabou in the cellar of a bar on rue Dauphine ”. Engaged on the left forever, the young woman, who embodies the image of post-war youth, falls head over heels in love with a jazz trumpeter, Miles Davis. Complicated passion, necessary separation: “He thought that our affair could not be resolved. That our difference in skin color prevented us from doing so. “

The birth of a singer

It is Sartre who advises him to sing and prepares poems for him to choose from. She takes Our little companion by Jules Laforgue and It’s well known by Raymond Queneau, who will become, in song, The eternal feminine and If you imagine yourself … Joseph Kosma does the music, Sartre gives him Rue des Blancs-Manteaux that he wrote, she resumes Dead leaves. She performed them on June 22, 1949 for the reopening of the cabaret Le Bœuf sur le toit.

A singer was born, who caused a sensation, “Who masters the spoken-sung like Yvonne George, practices the dark mood and tone of Damia, the poetic aggressiveness of Marianne Oswald”, writes Bertrand Dicale. Molded in her little black dresses, Juliette Gréco has a series of scenes and successes: from I hate Sundays (song written by Aznavour for Piaf) in 1951, at There is no more after (by Guy Béart) in 1960 et Pretty kid (by Léo Ferré) in 1961, it is she who sets the tone.

A free and scandalous female figure

Juliette Gréco also sings Charles Trenet, George Brassens, Gilbert Bécaud, Francis Blanche and Guillaume Apollinaire, Jacques Prévert and Jacques Brel, Françoise Sagan, Etienne Roda-Gil or Serge Gainsbourg… Her friendship with Boris Vian, her love with the singer Sacha Distel or the American producer Darryl Zanuck, his marriages, with the actors Philippe Lemaire (they will have a daughter, Laurence-Marie, in 1954), then Michel Piccoli, his every move, until his nose operation (mentioned by Nicolas Peyrac in his song And my father), commented publicly, make her in the 1950s and 1960s a free and scandalous female figure, often shocking, and also much envied.

The beautiful singer has done a bit of cinema, small roles: the queen of the Bacchantes in Orpheus, by Jean Cocteau, a singer in Without leaving an address by Jean-Paul Le Chanois, a bohemian in Elena and the men by Jean Renoir, a Frenchwoman in The sun is also rising by Henry King, after Ernest Hemingway. None of his roles will impose it like that of Belphégor on television.

The Belphégor sensation

In 1965, Belphégor or the Phantom of the Louvre, a French mini-series of four episodes, in black and white, created, written and directed by Claude Barma, is causing a sensation on the first channel of the ORTF. The audience – exceptional for the time – is 10 million viewers for a French population of 48 million, of which only 40% have a television set. In three roles, including that of the mysterious Belphégor, Juliette Gréco holds the whole of France in suspense, up to General de Gaulle.

His biggest hit, Undress me, daring then, now a classic, will compete in 1968 for the top of the charts with the young singers yéyés.

Juliette will continue in the same vein, with No sir, I’m not twenty by Henri Gougaud.

Generosity towards its audience

After these glorious years, Juliette Gréco will not be locked into the past and memories. Remarried with her pianist Gérard Jouannest in 1988, always alert, always creative, Juliette Gréco will become a kind of godmother for many young talents. She sings Abd Al Malik, Olivia Ruiz, Miossec or Marie Nimier. His concerts attract crowds, arouse emotion, it is repeated, we pay homage to him. She calls her farewell tour Thank you in 2015, then decided to go back on stage, planning several concerts in the fall of 2016.

→ READ. In Bourges, Juliette Gréco’s hymn to life

Always with the same generosity and the same thrill in front of the public. “On stage, I live moments apart. Amazing moments when time stands still, as if suspended. Moments when the silence is so present, so heavy, that it carries me, she writes in her memoirs. I live a communion with my audience, a meeting. We are one: same rhythm, same beating heart. So I close my eyes and tell myself that time should stop there. “



A life in music

1927. Born in Montpellier.

1943. His mother and sister, resistance fighters, were deported to Ravensbrück.

1949. Sings his first texts (written by Sartre, Vian, Prévert) at Bœuf sur le toit
and meets Miles Davis.

1954. First Olympia.

1965. Play in the TV series Belphegor.

1966. Marriage to Michel Piccoli, from whom she divorced in 1977.

1971. Resumes I arrive, by Jacques Brel, which she will sing every time on stage.

1988. Marriage with Gérard Jouannest, his pianist and arranger.

2015. Farewell tour.

2020. Died in his house in Ramatuelle (Var).


Song to James Rodriguez by Jeff Ollerhead Everton Fans – International Soccer – Sports

He has only played two games with the English team and has already become a benchmark.

James Rodriguez

James’ first celebration with Everton.


September 20, 2020, 03:40 pm

Colombian James Rodríguez made his debut this Saturday as a scorer in the Premier League in the 5-2 win of Everton contra el West Bromwich Albion.

The midfielder, who started for the second consecutive league game, made it 2-1 when he received the ball in the medialuna of the area and define with a shot with the left-handed glued to the stick.

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It was James’s first goal since he scored with the Real Madrid against Granada in October 2019.

And it is that in only two games James has shown his great talent and has fallen in love with the fans of the Everton with his magical left foot to the point that they already composed a song for him at the Colombian wheel.

Also read: (They criticize him for good reason: Kepa’s terrible mistake for Liverpool’s goal).

The singer Jeff Ollerhead, He dedicated a part of a song to the Colombian. “” Since I was a child I adored Alan Ball From Harvey to Reidy. I must have seen them all. And now we have James Rodríguez, that Colombian magician has come to join them all. Of course he plays a medium pass “says a fragment of the song.


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Ichon, Francis Lung, Bob Moses… Listen to the playlist of the “Libé” music book

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Ichon, She cries in winter

With his friend Myth Syzer from the Bon Gamin collective, the rapper from Montreuil digs the groove of an original, sensitive and cottony melodic rap / song. At just 30 years old, and after multiple mixtapes, he is running at full speed for his first album. Lomepal is careful.

Eight Rounds Rapid, Passive Aggressive

Where we discover that the great Wilko Johnson (Dr. Feelgood) had a son. Guitarist also, and just like the father, a big fan of rhythm’n’blues who defraudes. Well helped by a loudspeaker, David Alexander, as only England can offer. Forever punk.

Francis Lung, Unnecessary Love

A time bassist of a fiery hope rock from Manchester, the collective meteoric Wu Lyf, Francis Lung has since pursued a career as a peaceful songwriter, eyeing the Beatles and the finely crafted pop of the 60s, as evidenced by this beautiful song.

Bob Moses, The Blame

In a register close to the house-pop volutes of a Caribou, the Canadian duo combines dancefloor efficiency and melodic quality. Extract from a remarkable EP released during the summer which suddenly opens up wide prospects for a project which until then had been rather confidential. So much the better.

The Limiñanas, Warm feat. Nuria

Spoken word that brings a smile to the lips on a sticky latino-psyche background. The duo from Cabestany (Pyrénées-Orientales) asserts a style that only belongs to Lionel and Marie on each trip. A bit like the garage version of the Boss has gone mad by Etienne de Crécy. Connoisseurs will appreciate.