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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

22 hours this month including two sessions and a special tribute to CAN

Artist Info

Mono Taxi

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Mono Taxi is a male / female, anglo / french duo based in London, UK. The band consits of Ellice Williams and Antoine Collin.

Mono Taxi's influences include The Breeders, Cat Power, The Modern Lovers, Violent Femmes, Pavement, Scout Niblett, Jesus and Marychain and Serge Gainsbourg.


* Kind Of Better (2006, PIAS)
* The Sound Of You (2007, Ciao Ketchup Recordings)
* We Wanna Get Some Real Fun (2008, Ciao Ketchup Recordings)
* Love Shows No Mercy To Fools (2009, Ciao Ketchup Recordings)
* How You Gonna Feel About This ? (2010, Ciao Ketchup Recordings)


'This gang mash-up the best bits of Velvet Underground, My Bloody Valentine and Pixies into an exceptional slab of Euro-indie." The Fly

"French exchanges were never this much fun" ID

"...they have a tremendous knack of sounding like they cast some terribly slinky moonlight shadows in arcane ares where violence could break out any minute... ...scuffed and supercool... " PLAYLOUDER

"As sultry as a Kim Gordon track, with a real homegrown warmth ... genius!" SUBBA CULTCHA

"The delicately cool sound of Bardot et Serge, after they've ditched their pedalo and discovered power chords." NME

"Mono Taxi have created one of the best recent pop singles that wasn't by Yo La Tengo." The WIRE

"The type of band who demand your attention at all times...they switch from ballsy, angular, stutter-punk to poignant melody via tumultuous power chord thrash like their lives depended on it." DROWNED IN SOUND

"Imagine The Stooges doing power pop..." WHISPERIN & HOLLERIN

"Infectious Jamboree..." THIS IS FAKE DIY

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