Mathieu Boogaerts can be an acclaimed France substitute singer/songwriter whose eclectic design pulls from Afro-pop and reggae in addition to indie electronica and folk music. Delivered in 1970 in Fontenay-sous-Bois, Île-de-France, France, he produced his commercial documenting debut in 1995 using the four-track maxi-single Ondulé Spécial on Remark Information, followed quickly thereafter by his associated full-length record debut, Super (1996). After switching towards the label Disc’AZ, Boogaerts once again released a maxi-single, the five-track Edition Simple (Et Edition Compliquée) (1998), before his full-length work, J’en Ai Marre d’Être Deux (1998). Having a memorably folky Michael Jackson medley, “Defeat It/Billie Jean,” J’en Ai Marre d’Être Deux was a industrial breakthrough for the choice singer/songwriter, reaching quantity 67 around the French albums graph. Within the wake of the breakthrough achievement, Boogaerts released a live recording, Mathieu Boogaerts en General public (2000), and advanced to some other label, the exclusive Warner Music France subsidiary Tôt ou Tard, which he released the recording 2000 (2002). Achieving number 25 around the French albums graph, 2000 designated the growing recognition of Boogaerts, along with a November 2002 concert overall performance at Le Lavoir Moderne Parisien in Paris was filmed and later on released on Dvd and blu-ray as 2000 en Concert “Single” (2003) to be able to support his expanding group of fans. As the successive albums Michel (2005) and I REALLY LIKE You (2008) had been less effective commercially, neither breaking in to the Best 50 from the French albums graph, they discovered Boogaerts relocating new directions artistically and had been generally well received among critics in addition to fans. Furthermore to his recording output, Boogaerts is usually featured multiple occasions around the Tôt ou Tard compilations Plutôt Tôt — Plutôt Tard (2005), a double-disc label display made up of collaborations, and Le Grand Dîner (2006), an homage to Dick Annegarn.