Metronomy and Sébastien Tellier, Myth Syzer, Boombass and Morrissey… are in the playlist of the week!

With in particular Taste, Los Bitchos, Gwendoline, St Graal or even Johan Papaconstantino.

To celebrate the start of December as it should be, and face the countdown that has implicitly started before the holidays, it is better to arm yourself with the best sound. This is what the playlist of the week offers which opens on a chimney fire with Metronomy who offers as his title I Have Seen Enough a version in the language of Molière with Sebastien Tellier on I’ve seen enough.

Myth Syzer confirms his solo turn with Rodeoan intimate single and Great White four years after their second studio album, gently unveils blue pill, a bare track dominated by a minimalist harp. We also celebrate the return of boombass which brightens up this beginning of the weekend with a welcome Stand Up And the one of Morrissey which reveals the title Rebels Without Applausefrom his forthcoming album.

The playlist is also adorned with Christmas colors with titles specially designed for this end of the year, Los Chrismos offered by the quartet of Los Bitchos like a dive into the 1980s or Kadhja Bonet whose EP designed especially for Christmas includes, in addition to covers of standards, one of its own titles, which gives its name to the whole California Holiday.

Other good news this weekend, the return of Johan Papaconstantinowho unveils his single Manuala declaration of love in the form of a pop anthem by holy grail with the title Drag.

The bratty duo of Gwendoline dynamite our weekend with the single Far from mebitter critic of individualism, which features on their new EP and, in the same excited spirit, Taste urges us to leave the past behind us with Shame Game.

And also November Ultra, DyE, Nelick, Evas Wilder, Death & Vanilla and Oscar Jerome & Anna Majidson.


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