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COMITE CENTRAL

"Comité Central is an individual collective. Comité Central draws his inspiration from Middle-Age politcial philosophy, from Bourdieux's sociology and from the 1990s' neuroses. Comité Central rejects the consumer society but also gets inspired from it and wallows in it. Comité Central underlines that deejaying is a geographical position. Comité Central believes in (and militates in favour of) the cassette single comeback."

Besides being one of the Mort aux Jeunes' DJs, Comité Central is also Catherine Ferroyer-Blanchard's composer. He is currently preparing the release of Horny '08, a cover of Mousse T's Honry '98 hit.

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CATHERINE FERROYER-BLANCHARD

Born in posh Monaco, Catherine Ferroyer-Blanchard grows up surrounded by jewelleries, casinos and diadems. Fascinated by republics and palaces since her childhood, she ends up settling in Paris in 1999. The city welcomes her warmly: from cocktails to art openings, her je-ne-sais-quoi scores. She eventually imposes her style and influence by creating Wendy Magazine. Unaware of the fact that it was going to change her life, she meets Comité Central in 2004, during a theatre play premiere. Utterly impressed by her presence, her charisma and her earrings, he immediately decides to write her a song. C'est Bien Trop Tard, off-the-wall pop anthem about frustration, despair and ageing, hits home straight away. Immediately signed by Mort aux Jeunes Records, she records hit after hit: Me And Madonna, Chanson d'amour, Je Ne Suis Rien, and lately, Rentrer Chez Moi Seules, a "Regrets" cover with LzMry. In June 2007, she released her first cassette single. Since then, tsunami-like success has hit the young singer: from Pulp to Flèche d'or to Brussels, she attracts huge crowds for hysterical shows. Her latest hit, Tu fais le malin, has been featured in an L Word episode (season 5, episode 4).

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Catherine Ferroyer-Blanchard and her dancers
in the Big Purple Van Club Show
Chanson d'amour
Videoclip directed by Yoann Lemoine
Tu fais le malin in The L Word
Season 5, Episode 4 (aired on Jan 27, 2008)







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