Employed in the sweetly swinging custom of Serge Gainsbourg as well as the coné-coné sound from the ’60s, the Limiñanas possess a audio that mixes sunny psychedelia with classic pop. Structured out of Perpignan, France, the group comprises drummer and sometime vocalist Marie Limiñana and bassist, organist, and jack-of-all-trades Lionel Limiñana, and a web host of visitor vocalists including MU. Using its mix of fuzzy body organ, half-spoken/half-sung vocals, and classic production, the music group catches the sexy, ultra-hip appear of classic France pop. After launching some singles, the duo released its self-titled debut this year 2010 through the Chicago label Difficulty at heart. The band continuing to crank out singles, another record, Crystal Anis, implemented in the summertime of 2012. After acquiring time to revamp the Limiñanas’ audio to introduce even more components of French and Italian soundtrack music, the duo came back quickly using its third record for Trouble at heart, 2013’s Costa Blanca. After a assortment of singles premiered by TiM (I’ve Got Difficulty at heart: 7″ and Rare Stuff 2009/2014), the duo teamed with France guitarist Pascal Comelade to help make the Characteristicé de Guitarres Triolectiques LP in 2015 for Because Music. Another season, they released their 4th record, Malamore. It highlighted Comelade using one song and previous New Order bassist Peter Hook on another.