It’s cyclical. People love our French accent. But then, we love all languages. They released a self-titled EP in 2010 and followed it with Le Podium #1. MARLON MAGNÉE — Right now, we’re working on a record. Then there was the “Des Jeunes Gens Mödernes” exhibition in 2008, on which occasion they put out some great stuff. All people know about is Sylvie Vartan and Johnny [Hallyday]. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. OLIVIER ZAHM — You have a particular look. MARLON MAGNÉE — No. You do it for a long time, with love, and your product feeds in to the march of time. The Italian compilations from the ’60s, the yé-yé singers — they were great, too. Your childhood in Biarritz? He doesn’t find it very artistically noble to play the same song every night. They only put out really bizarre French stuff from the ’80s that had been kept in drawers somewhere. by Donatien Grau, comme des garçons by paolo roversi Nowadays, almost all groups use a computer. MARLON MAGNÉE — That’s true. OLIVIER ZAHM — When you say, “Le Femme defies definition because La Femme is mysterious,” are you thumbing your nose? MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes, that’s part of it, with lots of people who come and go. We’re just wrapping up some new songs. OLIVIER ZAHM — Especially since there are more guys than girls in your group. OLIVIER ZAHM — Then there’s Clémence Quélennec’s voice. by Andrea Spotorno, refettorio paris/jr I think what we were doing seemed a bit exotic to them. If in 20 years, I listen back to my songs and find them just as wicked as before, then I’ve won. By Katja Rahwels, kamel mennour MARLON MAGNÉE — For the album, though, we used different female voices. OLIVIER ZAHM — In France, the music world is always paying a certain amount of attention to fashion. by Araki, olivier saillard It’s a feeling. by Olivier Zahm, pierre marie MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. But then, we love all languages. ¡¡Marlon, con su frescura musical, descaro y rock, ha venido con ganas de quedarse mucho tiempo con nosotros!! Born Bad is a great French label with a real indie visual aesthetic. by Kira Bunse and Maxime Ballesteros, quai de seine by benedict brink MARLON MAGNÉE — At our concerts, we want our audience to dream. Refocused around their original trio of Sacha Got, Marlon Magnée, and Sam Lefèvre, this is La Femme’s first release since their 2016 LP Mystére.The single is released via the band’s label Disque Pointu, distributed worldwide by IDOL. I’m truly glad, in any case. But things can go far, and they have to go further. by Juergen Teller, camille henrot When we meet up, we discuss things together. It’s an ensemble. Esta página se editó por última vez el 6 nov 2020 a las 20:35. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes, it’s personal. It’s not improvised, but there’s a sense of freedom. The myth is dead. MARLON MAGNÉE — She put out a yé-yé [1960s French pop] album back then, and there was this beautiful tune on it: “Il Est Parti Comme Il Était Venu” [“He Left the Way He Came”], a super sad breakup song. OLIVIER ZAHM — There’s an underground to French pop music that isn’t generally known. But America’s still cool. You should do what you can with the constraints of the moment. OLIVIER ZAHM — With the trade-off that foreigners wouldn’t understand you. There are songs that’ll sound more like surf, more like electro, more like psychedelic music, but what ties them together in the end is the sound of La Femme. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. We’re trying to get them all done. I think it’s got some country-western and some Oriental influence, and then there’s the reverb, which sends you right to California. MARLON MAGNÉE — No, because at the time we were listening to French music and couldn’t speak English. Psycho Tropical Berlin ~ Release by La Femme (see all versions of this release, 6 available) Comprised of Sacha Got, Marlon Magnée, and Sam Lefèvre, this is La Femme’s first release since their 2016 LP Mystére. In 2010, when we first went to Los Angeles to film, we realized that people at these DJ parties were listening to a lot of the yé-yé and deep-cut French compilations that I told you about. Now that everyone sings in French, I feel like singing in English. Things are still a little unclear. Two of us, Sacha and I, are writing the songs. OLIVIER ZAHM — All of it in French. by Andreas Larsson, d’heygere La Femme is a French psych-punk rock band established by guitarist Sacha Got and keyboard player Marlon Magnée in Biarritz.Many members joined in later including bass player Sam Lefevre, drummer Noé Delmas and Lucas Nunez from Paris. She was a traditional Corsican singer who sang super high, like a bird. We’ve never found the one voice. MARLON MAGNÉE — I love Christophe, but I was never a big fan of his music. We like doing stuff like that. Those who do that aren’t the best, and it shows. MARLON MAGNÉE — The Beach Boys are a somewhat pop offshoot of surf music because I think surf music is for the most part instrumental. by Maurizio Cattelan and Marta Papini, john jefferson selve La Femme, are back with their new single “Paradigme,” the track is off the French psych-pop band’s upcoming third album. Sam Lefèvre, our bassist, is also a sound engineer and our instrument repairman, the one who invents stuff and tweaks sounds. We didn’t wait for a producer to come seek us out. La Femme es un grupo de rock francés cuyo miembros son originarios de Biarritz, de Bretaña, de Marsella y de París. Suddenly, they’ve got pipes, a vocal style, and that doesn’t lend itself very well to our music. by Olivier Zahm, mehdi belhaj kacem We use very pure ’60s voices, with nothing but reverb. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes, but it wasn’t always the case. OLIVIER ZAHM — So, La Femme has no fear of fashion. Grace is in it. There’s him and Indochine, who are still making music. Later, during the New Wave and the Cold Wave, we were still listening mostly to French stuff. We told ourselves, “All right, we’re going to give it a try.” There aren’t really any groups in the United States doing this kind of new wave/’60s sound. Reverb. by François Simon, paris scene by kira bunse and maxime ballesteros I think Paris has made a comeback in the 2010s. I think Paris has made a comeback in the 2010s. Bikini Barcelona. MARLON MAGNÉE — No, because at the time we were listening to French music and couldn’t speak English. Then there was the “Des Jeunes Gens Mödernes” exhibition in 2008, on which occasion they put out some great stuff. OLIVIER ZAHM — There’s also a French ambience to it, a sensibility. Descubre Marlon Brando de Une femme mariée en Amazon Music. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. MARLON MAGNÉE — It’s always been considered pastiche, a vulgar copy of American music. by Simon Liberati, anna dubosc He’s got a wacko group of performers. by Pierre-Ange Carlotti, hôtel grand amour/andré So, we sang in French. Sometimes you work really hard on something that goes nowhere, and sometimes an idea that doesn’t cost a cent works better. When we discovered Des Jeunes Gens Mödernes and BIPPP compilations from the Born Bad label, that stuff influenced us a lot. We don’t give a damn. I think there was an image crisis in the 2000s. I don’t know if you know Aymeric Bergada du Cadet. by Emilien Crespo, serge gainsbourg Then there’s Delphine, and Zouzou, a great figure of ’60s Parisian nightlife. I remember being in high school and dreaming about putting together a group and saying to myself: “What the hell am I going to do later on? Before downloading La Femme Marlon Magne Videos, Unlimited Full Movie Download, You can always find latest and hottest movies here. Escúchalo en streaming y sin anuncios o compra CDs y MP3s ahora en Amazon.es. We want to put out lots of themed EPs [extended play records]. La Femme Marlon Magne }}- Canal Once, México, octubre de 2017. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes and no, because when you do 200 concerts a year, you can end up performing the song like a machine. OLIVIER ZAHM — It’s just that when we go see one of your concerts, we never know exactly what’s going to happen. kind of French class that they like. There’s him and Indochine, who are still making music. MARLON MAGNÉE — That’s what people said at the start, but it turns out there’s plenty of foreigners who prefer us to sing in French. There’s this immense tenderness, and at the same time there’s a quest for a kind of synthetic dream and experimentation in the overall feel because you’re a fairly feel-oriented group. It’s true that I like a certain coherence, as long as everyone’s different. by Olivier Zahm, l’arpège/alain passard MARLON MAGNÉE — No. There are plenty of reasons, in truth, but that helps cut the discussion short, stop the debate. Patty Pravo, “La Bambola,” for example, which is beautiful but also full of unknown stuff. Sphynx, premier extrait du nouvel album de La Femme. He handles all our costumes, all the stylistic stuff, and now we make the videos together. OLIVIER ZAHM — So, the core of La Femme is you and Sacha [Got], but there’s an open side, a collective side. It comes, it goes. We’ve done it two or three times, but we don’t want to do any more shoots with credits at the bottom. We’d done a song called “Always in the Sun.” And she sang one of the songs I did for Celine. MARLON MAGNÉE — We take all our biggest influences and mix them up. En 1957, Marlon Brando épouse une certaine Anna Kashfi. They’re way underground, super dark wave, and they’ve stood the test of time. We like to do things together. La Femme have returned with their new single “Paradigme.” The track is off the French Psych-pop band’s forthcoming release (details TBA). He’s been there from the start. by Oscar Heliani, debeaulieu/pierre banchereau Whereas we do everything the old-fashioned way, and we play the synthesizers by hand. Marlon semble être aux anges pendant ces vacances de rêve. There are songs that’ll sound more like surf, more like electro, more like psychedelic music, but what ties them together in the end is the sound of La Femme. Sometimes simple stuff works, as well. B) A French psych-pop band established by keyboard player Marlon Magnée and guitarist Sacha Got in Biarritz. By Olivier Zahm for the next Purple #34 The Love issue. They keep everything just the way it was. That was important in the beginning. You feel that it’s open. That’s how you recognize them. MARLON MAGNÉE — Right now, we’re working on a record. MARLON MAGNÉE — We each have our own thing. by Olivier Zahm, le serpent à plumes/vincent darré We use very pure ’60s voices, with nothing but reverb. Born Bad is a great French label with a real indie visual aesthetic. We told ourselves, “All right, we’re going to give it a try.” There aren’t really any groups in the United States doing this kind of new wave/’60s sound. by Olivier Zahm, eva ionesco The myth is dead. by Olivier Zahm, tatiana trouvé You just have to be proud of your own music. by Olivier Zahm, samuel françois by olivier zahm by Olivier Zahm, la femme/marlon magnée It’s cinematic. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes, in French. Marlon, habiendo encontrado a Sam Lefevre (bajo) y a Noé Delmas (batería), en París, se toma el nombre de La Femme en 2010. MARLON MAGNÉE — For me, what counts is to be proud of what you do. They’re purists who make music the way they did in the ’60s. MARLON MAGNÉE — Yes. That voice!” So, we had her sing on one of the songs on the last album. For classical music, it was Vienna. So, we sang in French. One time, we brought on a chick we’d discovered on the set of.

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