Malik Djoudi

Back in the day, he used to sing in English in the underground groups Moon Pallas and Kim Tim. Born to Algerian and Vietnamese parents, Malik Djoudi recently made the switch back to his mother tongue. Strangely enough, there’s a good chance that he’s going to reach a larger audience by singing in French – even abroad. There’s no need to understand the language Michel Houellebecq to give in to his androgynous voice that effortlessly hits the high notes. And there’s no need to know the lyrics by heart to succumb to his laid-back, romantic synth-pop. It’s best to just let yourself be carried away by his tracks that, despite minimal instrumentals, fill the space and send sensual imagery right to your mind.

O Malik Djoudi

Back in the day, he used to sing in English in the underground groups Moon Pallas and Kim Tim. Born to Algerian and Vietnamese parents, Malik Djoudi recently made the switch back to his mother tongue. Strangely enough, there’s a good chance that he’s going to reach a larger audience by singing in French – even abroad. There’s no need to understand the language Michel Houellebecq to give in to his androgynous voice that effortlessly hits the high notes. And there’s no need to know the lyrics by heart to succumb to his laid-back, romantic synth-pop. It’s best to just let yourself be carried away by his tracks that, despite minimal instrumentals, fill the space and send sensual imagery right to your mind.

Gatunki: Pop, Elektroniczna

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