Bon Entendeur’s Top 5 Influences Playlist

Paris trio Bon Entendeur have been making waves in France with their mixtape series paying homage to iconic Fresh personalities like actors Jean Reno, Jean-Paul Belmondo and ex President Jacques Chirac, garnering millions of views and a cult following over the years. The band’s new album’ Aller-Retour’ is a testament to their unbridled passion for music, combining an eclectic mix of house, indie, disco and pop to startling effect. The band play a sold out show on 2nd November at Oslo in Hackney and return for an exclusive headline slot at Electric Brixton on 26th March 2020.

Watch the video for Le Temps Est Bon featuring Isabelle Pierre here…

Bon Entendeur’s Top 5 Influences Playlist:

Sasac – PIG:

This track immediately put us in a good mood, a real ballade that makes you smile. Light and summery.

Cameo Culture – Told You So

Must’ve heard this one a hundred times within a few weeks when I discovered it. It’s sensual, makes you bounce your feet without noticing it.

Jitwams – Temptations

Staying in a sensual mood, but with a more lounge track. And its origins is from the UK as he recorded his album between NYC and London. The whole piece is exceptional. 

Nu Guinea – Djoje Facce

A band from south Italy, mixing different styles and influences. Melodies are well brought and the voice makes you travel. Beautiful album too.

Ennio Morricone – My Name Is Nobody: 

Cornerstone classic taken from the movie which has the same name. We jump pretty easily in the 70’s Western Spaghetti world.

By Bon Entendeur for FM