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Listen to a new mix from avant-pop artist Petite Meller

The enigmatic French singer guides us through her psyche with a mix to dance and cry to

Like her vivid current single "NYC Time", Petite Meller’s jazz-infused pop is excitingly transportable, and this mix is a journey through her life. Whether it’s the blipping reimagining of Whitney Houston by French DJ/Producer Marlin or the appropriation of her own music by Betablock3rs and K.R.O.S.S., Meller keenly shows off her collaborators’ lasting impressions. We get a little Gallic with Brigitte Bardot’s "Moi Je Joue" and Cassius’ "Toop Toop", zip to the jubilant sax of Klingande, before emotions are scattered and sparkling with the warming androgynous disco of Shamir. Dive into the singer’s enthralling moods and influences – in her own words: “you are welcome to dance and cry with me.”


Marlin – "Whitney"
Shamir – "I'll Never Be Able To Love"
K.R.O.S.S- "NYC Time Remix"
Klingande – "Jubel"
Ladysmith Black Mambazo – "Hello My Baby "
Brigitte Bardot – "Moi Je Joue"
Claude François – "Je vais à Rio"
Betablocker – "NYC Time Remix"
Surkin – "Oedo 606"
Cassius – "Toop Toop"
Marlin – "Backpack Remix"
Gigliola Cinqueti – "No no le ta"
Benjamin Clementine – "Cornerstone"

"NYC Time" is out on August 18 on Night Beach Records