Make The Girl Dance

Make The Girl Dance

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A band name, a promise to the girls. Since 3 years, this frenchy duet touringn- nightclubs all around the world for only one reason : convulse all the dance- floors even if they have to play the butcher role and strike where it hurts. Since their first music video to the worldwide success « Baby Baby Baby », they navigate between the girly electro hit dirty and turbines that cause bleeding eyes. Constantly torn between their various influences electro, rock, folk and hip-hop they finally decided not to make choices. Since their first DJ Booth where they insist to listen only on the track to their album today, a mixture of all that their ears are stored forever.

It appears that we only have one occasion to make a first album. Then they took the time to think about it. If when they play on stage they like to show us big burning missiles electronic brain, an album must also be able to be listen on a beach or in a car, slowly or at full speed, closing the eyes or hopping. So this first album will follow a single guideline, the only one they managed to hold true from the beginning: dancing girls. In every possible way. Gently swinging the head or picking up the neck. Whatever.

Thus was born a real album slide finally assumed. An album with three drawers, more precisely, Soft, Pop and Hard. Three variations of electronic music for three different moods. Because sometimes the punks wanted to poetry and sometimes nice girls to roll over. And because they are also a little punk and a little girl, Greg and Pierre had not put stress to dial the first game. They wrote, thinking of Phoenix, AC / DC, Bloody Beetroots, to Daft Punk, Justice, the Birdy Nam Nam, Run DMC, to Drive Pilot, Lily Allen, the Beastie Boys, Sebastien Tellier, to Empire of The Sun, the Ting Tings, the Strokes, Tahiti 80, the Arctic Monkeys, Elliott Smith, Radiohead, Simon and Garfunkel, with Sebastian, Sun, Rage Against the Machine, the Cyberpunkers and sometimes even Elvis Presley. Shaking a bit it returned 15 titles. Of tracks, songs, turbines, and even interludes to lull the children. Pieces often constructed with friends : Lisa Li Lund (The Big Crush Theory), Marie Flore or Krause to write pretty melodies, Solange La Frange to scream her rage, Little Barrie to do in his Gibson to ask her Naughty J (NTM) scratches, choirs and guitarist Brigitte to arrange all of this, and even their wives to sing on tracks that become hits. In the end, 15 consistent tracks, with a crescendo energy, mixed by Antoine Gail- let and Vicarious Bliss. An album which represent their sets that have made their earlier reputation, a rise in devastating blows hot and cold on your neck. It begins with a mild thrill and it ends in a bloodbath. But don’t worry about any- thing, it is only music. Music for dancing girls and boys train with them.

And no matter what, because Greg and Pierre have read one day on the bathroom wall of the club Baby in Munich, « Everything is gonna be ok in the end … if it’s not ok, it IS NOT the end.
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Make The Girl Dance "Wall Of Death (Sawagii Remix)"
Album: Wall Of Death
Genres: Electro, Rock
Instrumental: Yes
Make The Girl Dance "Kill Me (We Are Enfant Terrible Remix)"
Album: Kill Me
Genres: Dance, Electronic
Moods: Dark, Edgy, Weird
Make The Girl Dance "Glocken"
Album: Everything Is Gonna Be OK In The End
Genres: Dance, Electronic
Moods: Aggressive, Dark, Spacey
Instrumental: Yes
Make The Girl Dance "Glocken"
Album: Everything Is Gonna Be OK In The End
Genres: Dance, Electronic
Moods: Aggressive, Dark, Gloomy
Instrumental: Yes
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