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L'Imperatrice is a Paris based band whose synth-driven disco stays mostly on the funkier side of the genre and builds around organic grooves rather than synthetic and rigid beats. They were actually not too far removed from the latter when they first started but their sound kept evolving over time into a more relaxed and chilled type of dance music. Some of their earlier production bore similarities with Giorgio Moroder's style in the '70s, which they have been downplaying to some extent in their recent work as they keep their songs generally at the mid tempo range, and stick with a relatively cooler temperature. Singer Flore Benguigui has a lovely misty voice with a textured delivery. She sings mostly in French but they rerecord some of their songs in English, presumably for the Anglophone market.