Genre: coldwave, post punk, minimal synth
Label: Facteurs d'Ambiance
Review: Martin Dupont was without a doubt one of the biggest cult bands of the French New Wave scene of the early 80s!
They were New Wave, dreamy electro, and coldwave yet completely accessible. Originally from Marseilles, Martin Dupont formed in 1981 and went on to release a single, a cassette, several albums, and played several live shows, supporting big acts such as Siouxsie & the Banshees and countless others.
The group consisted of Alain Seghir, Brigitte Balian and Beverley Jane Crew, with Catherine Loy in the original line-up. Their music style was classified as minimal synth mixing both male and female vocals.
This third and last album originally released in 1987 shows the trio in all its flaming, the four bonus tracks from the same period show how their creativeness was unlimited.
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