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Call Me Poupée

Call Me Poupée

Call Me Poupée


http://www.myspace.com/callmepoupee There are two Lastfm pages for the artist Call Me Poupée due to a spelling error. With or without the French accent, both pages are referring to the following artist: Call Me Poupée is a Montreal duo consisting of Ken Fortrel (Les Breastfeeders, Les Secrétaires Volantes, Demon’s Claws) on guitars, keyboards and electronics along with Poupée (The Slips, Les Slotmachines) on vocals and guitars. Formed in 2004 Read more on Last.fm
http://www.myspace.com/callmepoupee There are two Lastfm pages for the artist Call Me Poupée due to a spelling error. With or without the French accent, both pages are referring to the following artist: Call Me Poupée is a Montreal duo consisting of Ken Fortrel (Les Breastfeeders, Les Secrétaires Volantes, Demon’s Claws) on guitars, keyboards and electronics along with Poupée (The Slips, Les Slotmachines) on vocals and guitars. Formed in 2004, their first two song demo was a firecracker on the college radio charts and soon generated a dedicated following amongst fans and critics alike. Word of the duo’s Suicide meets spaghetti western sound and their cabaret inspired live shows spread fast and led to performances with King Khan, Les Georges Leningrad, We Are Wolves, Der Plan, Malajube, Eleni Mandel, Les Prototypes and Katerine. Their debut album, Western Shanghai (produced by Ramachandra Borcar aka Ramasutra) draws from all their musical heroes of the past 60 years and adds today’s technology making their own cinematic, hip shaking gogo tunes of the future.

The songs combine electro, garage, surf, rockabilly, 60’s spy themes and exotica, paving the way for a “new west”. Guest musicians include the cream of the crop from Montreal’s underground music scene, members of Les Georges Leningrad, The Gruesomes, Demon’s Claws, Bionic, The Kingpins and the brass section from Ramachandra Borcar's electro-jazz album Steel and Glass. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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