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'Les Etoiles à Ma Porte (EP)'   

-  Label: 'Wasteland/Freaksville Records'
-  Genre: 'Indie' -  Release Date: '2nd June 2017'

Our Rating:
Clémentine March is now based in London but was born in France and gained her musical education in Brazil.

On her stylish and stylised debut EP she seems determined to defy easy categorization and cites alt-rock bands like The Raincoats and Pavement alongside the avant-garde jazz of Sun Ra among her influences.

The only song in English is Quiet bee, a quirky pop song with the kind of faux-naivety that makes you think she's been listening to Syd Barrett albums.

As well as the title track, the other two songs are Partiendo desde cero (starting from scratch) and Terrain vague. The tunes are ostensibly bouncy pop tunes minus any reassuring hooks or sing along choruses.

It's the kind of self-conscious experimentalism that feels like work in progress but is intriguing enough to make you want to hear more.
  author: Martin Raybould

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MARCH, CLÉMENTINE - Les Etoiles à Ma Porte (EP)