Nouveau Parisien Nights: Kitsuné Parisien Minimix

Across the Atlantic, Kitsuné is prepping those crepe makers and baking a salvo of baguettes in view of launching a new auditory assault on North American shores March 8th. Leading the front is Gildas Loaëc, who ran production coordination on 2005’s Human After All from Daft Punk (I still want to know if they escaped Tron), and André Saraiva (or Monsieur A).

For a sampler of what’s looming on the horizon, grab Jerry Bouthier‘s Minimix here. Since living in Hennepin County ingrained funk into my being along with an uncanny ability to tolerate cold, Jerry’s take on the funky “Saké” by Juniper is well worth taking the time to listen in. Meanwhile, Beautaucue and their “Behold” prove there’s something more to Caen and Northwestern France than Normandy and beaches. Need more convincing? Kitsuné does singles compilations, one of the latest being Yelle‘s La Musique featuring a destroyer of a Lorenz Rhode remix.

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