French indie (ukelele) pop from David Scrima (plus some pretty stunning drawings of Herman Dune)


I can count the number of times I’ve written about French music on one hand. What is it about contemporary French music that is so uninspiring (although I could be wrong). I stumbled upon David Scrima’s (MS) art/music the other night and liked what I saw in his drawings and heard from his new record. “L’Air De Rien” has just enough poorly recorded ukele, angelic backing vocals and symphonic sounds to pass for Sufjan’s long lost French sessions. What do you think?

L’Air De Rien [Download]

Bonus

Comme Avant [Download]

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2 Responses to “French indie (ukelele) pop from David Scrima (plus some pretty stunning drawings of Herman Dune)”

  1. Kill Me Sarah says:

    I think it’s my friend and I’m glad to see him there.
    Thanks.

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