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ExchPopTrue

ExchPopTrue

ExchPopTrue


EXCHPOPTRUE is a french electro band composed of two singers, Chloé Fabre and Radha Valli, and one producer, Christian Bouyjou. They use to be part of La Mobile Boutique performance/living theatre collective, an experience from which they kept a sharp sense of how to rock a crowd proper, could it be outrageous dancing, playful public interaction or off-the-wall interpretation of their own material. The first gig took place at the Pulp club back in 2002 Read more on Last.fm
EXCHPOPTRUE is a french electro band composed of two singers, Chloé Fabre and Radha Valli, and one producer, Christian Bouyjou. They use to be part of La Mobile Boutique performance/living theatre collective, an experience from which they kept a sharp sense of how to rock a crowd proper, could it be outrageous dancing, playful public interaction or off-the-wall interpretation of their own material. The first gig took place at the Pulp club back in 2002, as special guests of a night set up by Büro, an organisation dedicated to experimental and dance music. The Pulp is one of the most renowned parisian venues (alongside the Nouveau Casino, the Elysée-Montmartre or the Batofar where exchpoptrue played also) and perhaps the warmest and sexiest of the lot. A few months later, an encounter with the infamous David Caretta (Gigolo) led them to sign with his own label, Space Factory.

The debut single, Discoteca, reaches numero uno in the Italian charts and MTV Italia's playlist during summer 2003. This faster-than-light evolution hasn't changed their trashy, off-beat style one bit : the girls carried on playing up their sequined mise en scène and cabaret choreography, decked out in all kinds of accessories : masks, white fur-lined boots, gogo-dancers. The grotesque postures and other perverse and steamily provocations echo their heady electronic music, made of cheap keyboards and inspired by 80s cold wave and italo disco. Yet, behind the artificiality, the flippancy and the flash lie biting lyrics that deal with our society as it stands, caught between hypocondria, paranoia and collective madness. Exchpoptrue pushes pleasures, excitements and the delights of entertainment to their very limits and then tips them over into decadence. The track Lost and Found became the sound of the latest Vittel TV ad. It appears on the Kitsuné Maison#1 compilation. Their first album Autofan has been released on April 2006 on the Popcornlab label. http://www.exchpoptrue.com/biographie.htm Read more on Last.fm.

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