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Contest: Sebastien Tellier Sings Sexuality

Reading Sebastien Tellier's bio is kind of like watching the film Forrest Gump (less the ping pong and shrimp gumbo).

Hailing from Paris, France, the singer, songwriter and instrumentalist has had his fair share of successes in his relatively short musical career. He's toured with popular French duo Air, had his music featured in Sophia Copola's film Lost in Translation (2003), worked with director Mr.Oizo on his cult classic Steak, and most recently had his newest album Sexuality produced with the help of Daft Punk's Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. He's even managed to piss off the president of France.

Sexuality is described as a sophisticated masterpiece of modern music - an "11-track meditation on love-making."

We'd like you to be the judge of that yourself by checking out his show at Mod Club on Monday night. Continue reading to learn more about the contest and event.


Sebastien Tellier - Divine

CONTEST ENTRY:
The 1st and 5th persons to comment at or after 3pm blogTO time will each win a pair of tickets to A.D/D's Sebastien Tellier party. Please read carefully to qualify:

1. In your comment you must include the name of a song from the album Sexuality.
2. Any comments made before 3:00pm blogTO time will be disqualified.
3. Only place one comment (we'll be monitoring IP addresses for cheats!)
4. You must be an Ontario resident.

EVENT INFO:
A.D/D. presents...
Sebastien Tellier w/ Mikey Apples
@ The Mod Club
$18.50 advance
tickets@Rotate This, Play de Record, Soundscapes or online at ticketwebs.ca

Photo by L. Brancowitz.


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