Kap Bambino

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Kap Bambino
Caroline Martial of Kap Bambino, 2008.jpg
Caroline Martial performing with Kap Bambino at the 2008 Les Petites Différences Marginales festival in Rotterdam.
Background information
Origin Bordeaux, France
Genres Synthpunk, Electronic, Chiptune, Electroclash, Experimental
Years active 2001 - present
Labels wwilko, Alt < Delete, Because Music
Website Official Myspace
Members Orion Bouvier (GroupGris)
Caroline Martial (Khima France)

Kap Bambino is an electronic musical duo from Bordeaux, France. The group is known for Caroline Martial's wild vocals and Orion Bouvier's electronic . The group is also known for their exciting live performances, thus them being a part of the festivals ZXZW, Dot to Dot[1] In 2001, Martial formed the group's own independent label, "wwilko". They have been featured in NME, Another Magazine, Dummy Mag and Dazed & Confused. Additionally, the group was featured in Matt Irwin's 2007 film for Armani Exchange. Caroline was listed among the "hottest young models .. in London and New York." The group has independently toured all over Europe, Japan and Latin America. In 2009, they were a part of SXSW, and their single "Dead Lazers" made BIGSTEREO's May 2009 charts for top downloads, placed number 8. They released their most recent album Devotion in March 2012, which was critically well received.[2]

The two have separate side projects outside of Kap Bambino, Bouvier is "Groupgris", and Martial is "Khima France".


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Additional tracks[edit]

  • "Le Fessier (T.O.C. Remix)" on Disque Compact, Pièces Détachées by Gangpol und Mit
  • "My 20 Years" on Klip! Klap! Force! compilation released by wwilko
  • "Race-C" on Seriously Underground Shit Found In The Trunk Of A Mini Parked Underneath The Eiffel Tower compilation released by Musik Experience
  • "Intimacy" on I Regret Not Having Kissed You released by Dokidoki
  • "In Between Days" (The Cure Cover)
  • "Blood Visions" (Jay Reatard Cover)
  • "I Never Exist" on Devil May Cry 5 on Tokyo Game Show Trailer

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