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Neon, Coy & Beautiful- Like the album art

From the corners of Nantes, France this album hits like a ton of bricks--in the simplest and gentlest way. Imagine kissing your highschool sweetheart in the rain in the hazy neon city from "Blade Runner," with a bit of Xanax thrown in the mix. In a tired blogosphere that would have you believe that the only worthwhile electronica is the latest Ed Banger song to be remixed by an Ed Banger artist featuring an appearance by an Ed Banger artist, France's VALERIE collective is godsend and a breath of fresh air! Driven by genuine LOVE and nostalgia for the 1980's-- brilliant toys, John Hughes movies, neon colors, the mysterious promises of future technology, and the endearingly awkward melding of innocence and rampant commercialism--College and fellow VALERIE artists perfectly freeze, catch and savor the "je ne sais quois" of that curious era. Anthemic, beautifully produced, the Teenage Color EP skirts the eardrums with a signature sound that is richly layered and life affirming, yet also stark; maintaining a sultry organic feel with the slightest tinge of melancholy for a missing love. PERFECT for late night driving, fans of M83 should especially love this gem. Put on your headphones and allow yourself to melt into College's beautiful dissociative haze. I can not reccomend an album more highly.

80's Chic Post modern soundtrack

This is what the future promised us. And College is delivering it. Teenage color transcends 80's synth to create an entirely new sound for your post modern world. Teenage color possibly the best soundtrack for your life.'s totally rad.

Warm dark synths, minimal beats and distant memories...take the kick away and bring it back.


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When not performing under the pseudonym Mitch Silver in the group Sexy Sushi or heading the label/collective Valerie, French electronica artist David Grellier records music as College. Built on pure nostalgia for the '80s synth pop of his youth, Grellier recorded two full-lengths (Secret Diary and Northern Council) and two EPs (Teenage Colour and A Real Hero) before the world took notice when "A Real Hero" was used in the retro-sounding soundtrack of the Ryan Gosling film Drive in 2011. The song...
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