French glitch-pop trio Margo’s debut, The Catnap, was originally released in 2002 for the Rennes-based Peter, I’m Soaring! label, and Jean Francois Lecoq (consumer electronics/guitars), Mélanie Massons (keyboards/vocals) and Jérôme Naslin (bass) develop a marvelous music that nearly suggests a sifting of fairy dirt continues to be sprinkled over them. Shaped in Angers in the Loire Valley, the trio primarily coalesced like a college or university course task in the past due 80s before mutating right into a music group at the switch from the century. Aswell as musical affects through the 80s (the Treatment, the Youthful Marble Giants, Shades On Tail) as well as the “personal” electronic picture from the 90s (notably Mira Calix and performers for the Morr Music label), Margo cite “a calm everyday living” as their motivation: “My Kitty” is approximately a feline that disappears at night, when the narrator expectations it’ll stay and defend against nightmares. Echoing this desire for the everyday, additional tracks on the debut are called after “My Neighbour” (“Ma Voisine”) and “The Ball” (“Le Bal’). Acquiring sonic and psychological cues from To Rococo Rot, Lali Puna, Piano Magic and Múm, the trio juxtaposes basic melodies with accuracy tooled minimalist consumer electronics to make a music that’s warm, fairly but unimposing. They create near ideal atmospheres for Massons’ regularly child-like voice, obtaining prettiness in the tiny glitches and ticks of electronica. Featuring both a skill teacher and designer, Margo try to develop nearer creative edges – video, graphical design and style – so when a collective type they can discover consistency and position”, notably executing in clothes specifically created by the music group to be able to foster full immersion within their marvelous world.