Mademoiselle Caro strikes hard. In only a few months she has become an artist the parisian electro scene must count on. Her mixes swet electro-rock rhythms are hypnotizing and her minimal groove rocks. Despite her successful residences in famous clubs like the “dead” Pulp and the legendary Rex Club, she never stopped playing in more intimist places where she walked her first steps in Paris. Mlle Caro has brought an alluring and fresh touch with her first “classical” Ep “Far Away” (Crosstown Rebels) composed with her musical soul-mate Franck Garcia. The Two Ben Watt’s first artists signing an album on the Buzzin’Fly label have recorded a LP brimming with a uniquely fragile yet defiant sound that seems to have one foot in modern-day tech-savvy Berlin and one in vintage early 80’s indie experimentalism. The intelligence of ‘Pain Disappears’ didn’t escape to Ewan Pearson who did a rework of the serene first single “Always You”, and to Radio Slave who remoulded the new wave thrust and sarcasm of the follow-up “Dead Souls” into a strung-out red-eyed tech masterpiece. The lighting rise of this small 33-year-old Dj promises many beautiful things and surprises for the future.