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Arman Méliès

Arman Melies is a France singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who embarked on the solo profession in 2003 after a few releases seeing that the frontman from the music group eNola. Delivered Jan Fiévé, he produced his documenting debut as the frontman of eNola in 2000 using the four-track Body.1 EP in the Saskwash label. The music group proceeded release a the full-length record Figurines (2002) in the Jaff label before splitting up quickly thereafter. Newly from the Bizarre K7 label, Melies produced his solo documenting debut using a few EPs in the label, Le Long Teach Lent et les Beaux Imbéciles (2003) and San Andreas (2004), plus another EP, Le Magasin Pittoresque (2004), in the Hinah label. After he released his full-length record debut, Néons Blancs & Asphaltine (2004), on Bizarre K7, he turned towards the Remark label for his second record, Les Tortures Volontaires (2006). Melies was after that provided a major-label documenting agreement with Warner Music France, which started using a reissue of Les Tortures Volontaires in 2007 combined with the discharge of a few promotional singles in the record (“LOW PRICED,” “Ivres”). This established the stage for Melies’ most effective record to date, Gambling house (2008), that was his initial to attain the French albums graph, peaking at amount 149. The name track premiered as an individual.

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