If you're in the London area tonight, there's a great chance to see one of France's most interesting acts, with Agar Agar playing at the Village Underground.
They released their debut album The Dog and the Future at the end of September, delivering on the promise held in their earlier releases. The duo's brand of electro pop is as stylish as it is sharp, experimental and bold, but with a subversive wit about it.
Clara Cappagli and Armand Bultheel's background might be art school, but they're no strangers to making genuinely likeable music.
It doesn't seem all that long ago Christine and the Queens were playing venues this kind of size in the UK, and Agar Agar certainly deserve the kind of success that Christines' enjoyed in the last couple of years.
If you get the chance to see Agar Agar, make the most of seeing them in an intimate venue. It won't be long before they're playing much bigger places.
Following their London show Agar Agar are back in France for an extensive diary of live dates around the country, with shows scheduled in all the corners of the hexagon until February.
They play at the Olympia in Paris on December 12.