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EPISODE #252
SUN MORNING, 19 MAR 2017

Juliette Armanet

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Curator: Dimitri
Writer: PS KY
Illustrator: Camille Célestin

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This morning, our guest Juliette Armanet accompanies us on a journey of heart felt tempos and spiced sentiments. “Douceur”, if there is one word any non -native French speaker needs to know, it truly is that one. Douceur is the DNA of Juliette Armanet’s voice, like an opium injection distributed at the entrance of a feathered festival hosted by a unicorn floating on a cloud. Juliette’s essence is that of a rose petal blowing through the wind, ever so slowly, landing on the wing of spring’s first butterfly. As each of her fingers taps the piano’s keys, your heart will beat, pulsing gently, pumping love blood through your entire body. “L’amour en solitaire” is a ballade through a forest of sentiments, but also an ode to the creative power of solitude, the intensity that can be felt when a single individual expresses nothing but the truth. A sincere and humble thank you to the universe for sending us such bliss, as spring awaits to open its gates, get ready to embark on a journey of love to the decadent soundtrack of Juliette Armanet’s music.

Juliette’s selection

I was up for a casual sweatshirt Sunday or like a thick pullover made of Chihuahua fur, a hot hot cocoa chocolate, croissants in a flower arrangement and shaggy hair. Next time, I’ll go for the dynamic Sunday, fluo sneakers, vitamin-loaded smoothie and an ironed mini-short

Ricky Hollywood - Prie pour Moi

Juliette Armanet: A quiet and very original delight…The intro is kind of deep, a little dark even but the song lightens up gradually. A pop gem, intensely moving and that puts a spell on you, coming from an artist whose humour I really like… What a voice and those lyrics! Aside from his own project, he plays the drums with me and we have a lot of fun together. That Ricky!

Infinite Bisous - Teen Sex

Juliette Armanet: One of the sexiest songs out these days, produced by a young and utterly charming Brit named Rory Mac Carthy, (he played alongside Connan Moccasin for a few years). His project “Infinite Bisous” is very dear to me. It’s very delicate and distinguished. It’s quite bare, the song is stripped back, throbbing, perfectly produced and sounds like an adorably erotic classic.

Ojard - Les Machines Parlantes

Juliette Armanet: This song feels like an old seventies cinema instrumental track, to which you see yourself wandering naked by a small stream with a flower between your teeth. This outer worldly flute is beautiful, sounding like a timeless nursery rhyme. I’m not very knowledgeable about this artist, but his tune crafting and his musical landscapes are very pleasing to me. On this note, I have to go, and dance, adorning a mouthful of daisies. Enjoy your Sunday, and take it easy. Give peace a chance.

MailTape’s selection

Juliette Armanet - L’Amour En Solitaire

Dimitri: PS KY has already said it all about this song in her introduction. I love the contrast between the fragility in her voice and the feeling of sureness that emerges from the song, the ability to get stronger as the song progresses.

Exit Someone - Fade To Black

Dimitri: Exit Someone, a canadian band formed by June Moon and Tom Gillies, are a kind of Bonny & Clide duo of the indie pop music. They rob hearts. Their Fade To Black is big wave of sensuality in which we want to get carried away.

Surfing - Hit The Spot

Dimitri: Perfect bedroom song for a sensual sunday morning. What more could we want ?

Antenna - Love 66

Dimitri: Love 66 is a slo-mo-disco track by Antenna, a young producer from Kazan in Russia. It’s also a tobacco brand for hookah with a tropical flavour. I don’t know if there is a link between the both, but I like this fact. Of course, I love this song too.

That’s all folks, thanks to Juliette Armanet for her brillant selection. Thanks to Célestin for the wonderful illustration and PS KY for her magic writings.

Dimitri.

Humans behind this episode #252 🤗

Curator: Dimitri
Writer: PS KY
Illustrator: Camille Célestin

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