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Customer Reviews

Another stunning album from the French master

This defies logic. The listening of the new album is just the best thing that happened to me this morning as iTunes sent over the preordered album to my phone, right on time for my daily commute to work. Just started listening and yet I’m hooked on some great tunes from Sebastien Tellier. He is a music wizard and a personality in the music scene that is really refreshing to see. Just unpredictable and yet so like him. I’m hooked.


Was previewing this week's new releases and stumbled upon this album. I judged the cover art (as I unfortunately always do) and figured I wouldn’t like it. Instead, I found the music to be soothing and smooth, reminding me of a movie’s soundtrack that I really dug a couple years back. New and fresh with a spritz of nostalgia. At the very least, give it an honest listen and let the atmospherical music take you away on an adventure.

The joys of artistic freedom

I love the album very much. Sebatien follows his heart and not the trend, with 10 beautiful tracks. Love and Rick l'adolescent are my faves and the others are subtly outstanding. Will be on repeat for a while.


Born: February 22, 1975 in Le Plessis-Bouchard, France

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Sébastien Tellier is a multifaceted instrumentalist/singer from Paris, France's 17th Arrondissement, an elongated arts-and-culture-rich territory located near the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Élysées. After Tellier's "Fantino," a forlorn and beautiful pop confection, appeared on the Source label's 1999 Source Material various-artists compilation, it caught the ear of fellow labelmates Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel, better known as Air. The duo and their management team eventually signed...
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