Fanuelle is a peculiar guy. Living in New York, he wears earplugs most of the day. In this silence he finds his song. Loud and clear. Synthetic instruments balance a beautiful un-synthetic voice. Melody. Dance. Hope. Fanuelle debuts with an album that is rich in tone, texture, and topic. Plastic songs of flesh and spirit. "Dirty Loverstuff" to "J". "Rough Stuff" to "I Live for the Holy Name". Innocence reworked. Half-invited TV samples as guitar solo. A music conceived on beauty, candy-dripped in reality, these are colored gems. "I've Been Killing, So" to "Body Romana". Children's songs but for grown-ups. Sounds good with: Elton John, Industrial, Pet Shop Boys, Broadway, Serge Gainsbourg, etc.
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