Category Archives: Les muses de La Musa

The muses of La Musa: Glüme

Glüme. LA-based artist’s DIY approach to old school Hollywood glamor. She recently signed to Italians Do It Better, making her label mates with Chromatics and Glass Candy with whom she shares a penchant for bittersweet and melodic synth-pop, the perfect backdrop for a struggling ingénue. Today she debuts “What Is A Feeling,” taken from her debut album The Internet.

The muses of La Musa: Charlotte Cardin

Charlotte Cardin is a globally-acclaimed singer-songwriter based in Montreal, Canada.  Charlotte Cardin, guided by instinct, writes personal songs about life and love without a filter. In 2017, she made waves worldwide with her major label and US debut EP, entitled, “Main Girl.”

Now, she unveils an entrancing music video for her “Meaningless” single. ‘Meaningless’ contains a relatable narrative, pleasing vocals, and alternative-leaning sound that will resonate well with fans of Safia Nolin and Matt Holubowski. Also, the emotional tune possesses vibrant instrumentation flavored with a captivating alternative-pop aroma.

The muses of La Musa: Foxes

Foxes, whose real name is Louisa Rose Allen, was thrust into the grinding machine that is the pop music industry. After two albums’ worth of writing, releasing, and touring, she needed a break.

Her absence was certainly felt. But if her recent releases have been any indication, the hiatus was well worth the wait. After returning from her three year hiatus, Foxes is sharing her latest track ‘Friends In The Corner’.

The muses of La Musa: Billie Marten 

Billie Marten first rose to prominence at the age of 17 with a jarringly mature debut ‘Writing of Blues and Yellows’, which landed her a BBC Sound of 2016 nomination.

Marten’s latest single Creature of Mine expands on the folk infused sonics of her earlier work and introduces sleek guitars with tinged with midwestern emo angst and a subtly grooving drum pattern which gives the track its forward momentum.

The muses of La Musa: Minuit Machine

Minuit Machine is a French parisian duo born in 2013. The members are Hélène de Thoury (instrumental) and Amandine Stioui (vocals). Hélène and Amandine ’s music is a subtle mix of moving voices, poignant synth lines, and deep electronic beats.
Their music is also described as disrupted, emotional, and terribly addictive. It will make you wanna dance your heart out to express all the rage, passion, and angst you have inside of you.

The muses of La Musa: Moonchild Sanelly

Moonchild Sanelly is a young artist from South Africa fusing experimental electronic, afro-punk, edgy-pop, kwaito, hip hop and jazz. The Johannesburg-based singer and rapper established herself on home turf some time ago, where she’s been hailed as the ‘Queen of Gqom’ – the style of minimal house that arose in South Africa during the 2010s. After immersing herself in the Durban poetry scene of the late 2000s, Sanelly branched off into making her own music.