new mu­sic

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - ON THE RECORD -

PETITE NOIR

South African kid Yan­nick Ilunga was a mem­ber of the Spoek Mathambo crew but is now pro­duc­ing dark, be­guil­ing, post-Afro in­die pop with some mag­nif­i­cently weird an­gles to it. Check out Pres­sure or Till We Ghosts for the new Cape Town swing.

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PHOEBE JEAN

From Baltimore, Phoebe Jean Dunne makes pop mu­sic that sparkles and glows with all man­ner of dif­fer­ent tricks and teases. One part Neneh Cherry to one part Santigold, her de­but al­bum, Heart­break­ers, is full of dash­ing funk and strong tunes.

Phoe­be­jean.com

LOU DOIL­LON

The lady from a pres­ti­gious French cul­tural fam­ily (Jane Birkin is her mère and film di­rec­tor Jacques Doil­lon is her père) has ’em swoon­ing with chic folk and boho pop. De­but al­bum Places, pro­duced by Eti­enne Daho, is a good place to go to find out more.

Loudoil­lon.com

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