Nouvelle Vague - Bande à Part
>french cover band that covers punk/post-punk jams
>nobody putting up the coolest album ever made
my nigga. i love melody's echo chamber
This what french people think of it
Stop mistaking the use of another language for a proof of quality
Also this sentence is probably grammaticaly incorrect.
I don't really want to go on every website and i like this man even if i often disagree with him about krautrock
Enjoy what you want but that's really one of her weaker albums - and she's not the best french singer
Also, sorry to be this agressive, i'm just upset by some people on this board listening to the shittiest of french singer-songwriters because it allows them to have waifus while keeping their hipster edge.
For this reason i'm always a bit mean when talking about french singers
Enjoy baby pop if you like it
Since you seem to have some knowledge about French music, I'm the guy from >>54468548
>Can someone recommend me French albums that sound like Can's She Brings the Rain and Vitamin C?
>not a single Deathspell Omega album posted so far
God damn does this place really think metal is for overly edgy manchildren? I thought that was a meme.
I don't even know if french krautrock exists
The closest i can get now is these but that's clearly not what you search
Sorry to fail you anon
also alcest souvenirs d'un autre monde
l'histoire du melody nelson isn't about pedophilia it is about taking the piss out of pedophilia
but also male self-loathing
there's a lot of subtext and wordplay in serge gainsbourg lyrics that completely contradicts this interpretation, I'm not even a native speaker so I bet I've missed a lot of it
briefly though: jimmy page fucked 13 year olds, and sang about elves. serge fucked girls his own age and a 20-something, and sang about pedophilia. who's the sicko?
another album where he explores something similar, he goes crazy with jealousy and murders his lover
François & The Atlas Mountains - Piano Ombre. A bit of Vampire Weekend influence with some psychedelic moments and sax solos.
mostly I'm kidding but in the 60s and 70s I imagine it was fairly normal for bands to fuck underage groupies. the jimmy page thing was mostly just a dig -- the point is this was (and remains) an undercurrent in rock culture, because, well, it's music for kids