Paul-Jean Borowsky was an early member of the French band Martin Circus.
When you see this kind of cover with a "special DJ pre release" note, there is no room for hesitation.
This one is a "wtf" lighthearted slice of eurodance coming straight from Belgium.
Here's a lively and exuberant synthpop B-side from 1984, featuring shrill vocals and playful lyrics by the French singer Cassie.
Here's a record from 1993 that sounds exactly as you would expect from looking at its sleeve.
In 1986, French songwriter and producer Thibaut Leigniel released the single "Des Jours Entiers" through Flarenasch.
Inspired by post punk bands such as Talking Heads and Gang Of Four, as well as New Wave and Krautrock, Takenoko formed in 1981 in the city of Bordeaux.
Released in 1989, Beau-Q's "Belgian Kiss" is an obvious reference to Lil Louis' "French Kiss".
With its sophisticated chord progression, jazzy arrangements and tranquil percussion, the instrumental version of Nathalie David's "Coup De Foudre" almost sounds like a Sade cover.
By popular demand, and as featured in my recent podcast for 716lavie, here is the 7" mix of Histoires De Filles' "House Tube".