“Monophonic’ is an eleven-track slab of synthpop – a great album that shows off some excellent talent and skill, well worth a listen if you’re a fan of synthpop.
For all you synthpop lovers out there, especially if you like to flirt with electronic body music, or if you are rather moved by the voices of French ladies, this one would be a well-deserved addition to your collection. And if you only quite like synthpop, have a listen anyway, you might like what you hear.
CD, BOREDOMproduct, 2010 www.neutrallies.online.fr Lies, it is generally accepted, are a bad thing, bringing no good to anybody, except perhaps short term gain to the liar. White lies might be [ … ]
CD, BOREDOMproduct, 2009 www.foretaste-music.com “Clean and modern electro-pop” is the headline on French duo Foretaste’s website, which is a lovely phrase and possibly my favourite type of electro-pop, at least [ … ]
CD, BOREDOMproduct, 2007 dekad.online.fr French trio Dekad follow up 2005’s “Sin_Lab” with “Confidential Tears”, their second album for Boredom Product. Influenced by various genres such as synth pop (Depeche Mode, [ … ]
CD, BOREDOMproduct, 2007 celluloide.online.fr French label Boredom Product release “Naphtaline LP”, the latest album by Celluloide. Essentially an extended version of their freely downloadable MP3 EP, the album is a [ … ]
CD, BOREDOMproduct, 2007 www.celluloide.online.fr Hot on the heels of their excellent “Bodypop EP”, French synth-poppers Celluloide have now returned with a their new eagerly awaited full-length “Passion & Excitements”. Lying [ … ]
Despite a rather small catalog of releases for a label with over five years of existence, this synth/electropop record label from the south of France (Marseille) has consistently released truly [ … ]
Despite the quality and originality of their unique analog-driven brand of synthpop, French trio Celluloide saw themselves driven into forming their own record label to release their debut album. This [ … ]
CD, BOREDOMproduct, 2006 www.celluloide.online.fr Since releasing three five track demos between the 2000 and 2001 and releasing two full-length albums (“Naive Heart” in 2002 and “Words Once Said” in 2003) [ … ]