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Yelle—the Julie Budet-fronted pop group, known for its catchy compositions and bright, colorful attire—is sweeping across Europe. Frequently accompanied by tecktonik, the bizarre, hip-hop-influenced dance style that originated in the Parisian club scene, Yelle is just one of a new era of über-hip, politically active female-fronted groups from around the globe (à la M.I.A. and Santogold). “À Cause des Garçons,” Yelle’s biggest hit to date, is unforgettable, and Budet’s adorable style and energetic voice are an amusing take on bubblegum—sweet, rhythmic, fantastique.

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