i had exactly the same problem as you unfortunately, i could find no french music to suit my taste. after hunting around a bit, i was told that the french do not apparently do alternative rock -___- i was peeved. i study french and german and german music is so good.
sorry to be incredibly unhelpful... but if you miraculously stumble across some french alternative rock please let me know ^u^
I don't know about France, but here in Quebec we're swimming in alt-rock bands. I don't know but the surface- Grim Skunk for a heavier sound, Les Georges Leningrad, Malajube, Karkwa, Les Breastfeeders, Les Colocs, Jean LeLoup. I'm sure there are tons more.
I understand! Well for the moment I mostly listen to French classics, but I'll let you know I find something , maybe someone here has already posted something? Sadly I haven't had the time to checked all the music here, yet.
[link] Yves Montand - Les Feuilles Mortes [link] Jacques Dutronc - Et moi, et moi, et moi, et moi... [link] Serge Gainsbourg - La Javanaise [link] Alain Bashung - La Nuit je mens These are classics of French music and I think that you've already heard at least one of these I'm glad to see people like you learning french.
Merci!! I love to have some classics on my playlist
I love French, It is a very beautiful language! The lessons are so fun, and my teachers are awesome, but we do get alot of homeworks, so it's kind of nice to have a pause and listen to music. It is a little hard sometimes, thou, like, Article partitif, dose not exist in my mother tongue, so sometimes its hard to understand when to use : P .
(I watch you too, If you don't mind, I liked your art style)