Listen: M83

Songs: Midnight City, Graveyard Girl, Couleurs

France’s M83,  the brain child of Anthony Gonzalez, seems to get bigger in popularity and sound each year. “Midnight City” was the song no one could or wanted to escape in 2011, which was the lead single off the double album, “Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming”. It popped up in commercials, television shows, and DJ sets, which allowed their music to reach the masses. I went to their concert in Buffalo, NY and even though that city was completely dead, the venue was alive with hundred of people swaying to their hypnotic music. Even though I have only suggested 3 songs, they have a plethora of amazing music that can be found on their previous albums and I highly suggest you check it out.

Photo Credit: latimes.com

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