La Femme

Based in suburban Paris, La Femme is a Krautrock-inspired indie collective that incorporates elements of '60s surf, psych-rock, EDM, and classic French pop into their avant-indie-electronic music.

The group was formed in Biarritz, France by singer and keyboardist Marlon Magnée and guitarist Sacha Got. They released a self-titled EP in 2010 and followed it with Le Podium #1. A third EP, and their second self-titled effort, appeared in 2013 and marked their debut on the Disque Pointu label. With a roster of contributors, La Femme's debut long-player, Psycho Tropical Berlin, arrived in 2013 and made it onto the French Albums chart. It later won a Victoire de la Musique, an award presented by the French Ministry of Culture, for Album Révélation of the Year. The follow-up, 2016's Mystère, was recorded partly in Los Angeles and partly in a castle west of Paris, and featured additional members Clémence Quélennec (vocals), Sam Lefèvre (bass), and Noé Delmas (drums) from the debut, as well as keyboardist/percussion Lucas Nunez Ritter. ~ Marcy Donelson, Rovi

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