In the late 1970s, Parisian poet, artist, and singer Lizzy Mercier Descloux made the downtown New York scene with peers Patti Smith and Richard Hell. Descloux's music melded no wave, disco, and minimalism into a funky, dissonant groove. Yes, you can dance to it.
Today, my favorite reissue label Light In The Attic, brings a remastered, double LP version of Descloux's 1979 debut album "Press Color" to record players everywhere. It's pressed on blue vinyl, Yves Klein Blue vinyl to be specific. Above, Descloux performs on French TV in 1979 with Serge Gainsbourg. Below, the track "Jim on the Move."