Membres : Olivier Delafosse & Frédéric Vaysse Genre : " Chanson française / festive " Auto-définition : "Chanson qui fait rire, taper du pied, des mains voire dans les coudes du voisin pour les moins habiles".
Didier Super, real name Olivier Haudegond, is a French author composer born in Douai in 1973. His songs are funny and sarcastic. He's a committed artist who rejects freely any form of good taste and political correctness. In his songs he makes fun of poor people, catholicism, poodles and small children who make crappy toys and don't go to school.
Musically, Les Rois de la Suède call themselves the "musical ambassadors of Swedish manners.", they musically place themselves "half way between the Beatles - current group - and a town brass band under LSD".
La Rue Kétanou is a French music group who mix elements of reggae music, a bohemian style of life, theatre, poetry and humour. Literally, its name translates as 'The street which belongs to us' (Kétanou being a slang contraction of "qui est à nous").
Les Wampas is a French punk band, formed in Paris in 1983. The group is chiefly famous for its frontman, real name Didier Chapedelaine, chief lyricist and singer. He deliberately sings off-key and often high-pitched, so has a recognisable voice.