Sebastien Tellier Narco OST French multi-instrumentalist & composer Sébastien Tellier's score to the 2004 french long feature Narco It features an epic orchestral music & vintage electronics ; tender music & lush arragements in the great tradition of french composers from the 70s. The First release was due to Japanese demand. After many years of trainspotting, DJS worldwide are able to enjoy remastered versions of much sought after ‘La Ballade du Georges’ & ‘Le Long de la Rivière tendre’ also includes Tellier’s now considered classic track “La Ritournelle”. Record Makers LP
Sebastien Tellier Divine Awesome single from his recent ''Sexuality'' LP. Forget about his recent weird and mad French Eurovision entry because this will blow you away. Co produced by Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo, one half of Daft Punk. But the main point is the huge Danger mix. If you dont know this guy yet you soon will he is going to be bigger than Boys Noize, BIG. Top French electro beats with some rigid cut up samples and off key vocals. A. Divine B. Divine Middnight Juggernats Remix C. Danger Remix Lucky Number 12"
Dita Von Teese Dita Von Teese Who is Dita Von Teese, whom this album tries to portray? An expert in the art of kindling desire who has revived the art of American Burlesque? An international cover girl who inflames the imagination of fashion gods and photographers? A lingerie designer and shrewd business woman? A lone wolf in the Los Angeles night whispering enigmatic confessions on a long forgotten answering machine? Alabaster face and cherry red lips, curves often outlined by a black satin sheath, Dita Von Teese sings about the power of seduction and the ecstasy of letting go in an album bearing her name, written and composed by Sébastien Tellier. “I’m not a professional singer, in fact, I’m quite uneasy about recording my voice. But I do enjoy the thrill of doing things that are outside of my comfort zone, so in the past, I’ve collaborated with artists I admire that have invited me, such as Monarchy and Die Antwoord” recalls the Michigan native whose Mona Lisa smile betrays German, Scottish and English origins. “But nothing compares to this project with Sébastien Tellier. Having been a fan of his music for a long time, I would go to see him play live in California and, when I performed for the first time at the Crazy Horse in Paris, I invited him because I was such a fan, not daring to imagine that someday he would compose an entire album for me. When we began recording, he offered to let me to write some lyrics, but I preferred the feeling of letting go, of making a Sébastien Tellier record. I had a fantasy about having a modern Brigitte Bardot and Serge Gainsbourg moment. To describe the album is difficult; perhaps it’s me with less make-up. At times, there’s a certain vulnerability which stands in contrast to my stage image of a confident and glamorous woman." Record Makers CD | LP
Sebastien Tellier Domesticated LP is on 'transparent yellow' coloured vinyl. The new full length album from the acclaimed French singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sébastien Tellier, marking his first studio album since 2014's L'Aventura. “Domestication is a universal subject, an experience we all go through,” he explains. “It’s about transforming the everyday into something extraordinary. I wanted to talk about how we are prisoners to domestic chores because, for humans, life doesn’t exist if we don’t endeavour. Life is a permanent struggle, and domestic chores are at the centre of that battle.” Record Makers / Because Music CD | LP
Sebastien Tellier La Ritournelle Tracklisting: 1. La Ritournelle [Original Version] 2. La Ritournelle [Mr Dan Magic Wand Mix] 3. La Ritournelle [Jake Bullit Mix] 4. La Ritournelle [Metronomy Mix] Lucky Number Music 12" Out of Stock
Sebastien Tellier L'Incroyable Verite If we have stock left it will be available online from Saturday 26th April, strictly one per customerLimited edition Record Store Day LP with glossy lacquered sleeve 380 Gr / black printed inner sleeve / Mp3 download card inside L’Incroyable Vérité is the first album of Sébastien Tellier. His previous discographic publications consist of a participation in the Source Rocks compilation, in 1998, with «Fantino» (used in Sofia Coppola's Lost In Translation film), which was noticed by the magazine Rolling Stone («(…) one of the loneliest sounds you will hear this year», December 1998). Record Makers LP Out of Stock
Sebastien Tellier / Caroline Polachek In The Crew Of Tea Time If we have stock left it will be available online from Saturday 27th April, strictly one per customer Limited edition Record Store Day 7" featuring french electro pop artists Sebastien Tellier and Chairlift singer Caroline Polachek including a dub by Mr Dan Record Makers 7" Out of Stock