Dimie Cat

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Dimie Cat
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Dimie Cat at Carros 2014
Background information
Born (1984-10-28) 28 October 1984 (age 32)
Origin Lyon, France
Genres Electro swing, jazz, nu jazz, swing, cabaret
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Years active 2009 – present
Labels Dream'up
Website http://www.dimiecatmusic.com/

Dimie Cat, (born 28 October 1984 in Lyon, France) is a French singer and songwriter.

Music career[edit]

In 2007, she met French producer Franck Rougier. Together, they wrote the two albums of Dimie Cat: Pin Me Up and ZigZag (Dimie Cat album) and created their own record label Dream'up. Dimie's jazzy vocal style is a mix of 40s-50s jazz, combined with modern beats and sounds. Adopting a sample based approach, their usual method is for Franck Rougier to produce the tracks at home and then Dimie Cat writes the words.

Pin Me Up (2009)[edit]

Dimie Cat's debut album Pin Me Up (released 22 July 2009), pays a tribute to the pin-up girls and vamps of the Hollywood's Golden Age and to the Swing Era. Two singles are taken from this first opus: Post-it and Glam, that appears on several electro swing compilations.[1]

ZigZag (2012)[edit]

Her follow-up album ZigZag is released digitally 1 November 2012. First single is untitled Ping Pong and a second music video was released in February on track La voiture. One of the songs, Woody Woody, pays a tribute to American director Woody Allen through his film The Curse of the Jade Scorpion. This album insists on the dixieland and electro swing touch, with tracks such as Pasta e Basta, V.E.S.P.A or AAA (Triple A).

ZigZag is promoted in Japan and Korea by Japanese label Rambling Records.

Once Upon A Dream (2014)[edit]

Once Upon A Dream is a Disney themes covers album released 23 April 2014 for the Asian market. Ordered by Japanese label Rambling Records,[2] this special album confirms the presence of Dimie Cat in the territory and charted Top 3 of iTunes Japan Jazz Chart from the first week of its release.


Studio Albums[edit]




  • 2010: Jazz Lounge Christmas (Christmas Tea) (Peacelounge Recordings)
  • 2011: The Electro Swing Revolution (Glam (electro-swing remix)) (Lola's World Records)
  • 2011: The Best of Electro Swing (Glam (electro-swing remix)) (Rambling Records)
  • 2011: Electro Swing Bistro (Glam (electro-swing remix)) (High Note Records)
  • 2012: Tokyo Girls Collection (Glam (electro-swing remix)) (Rambling Records)
  • 2012: Burlesque (Queen of your Dreams) (Rambling Records)
  • 2012: Betty Boop presents Electro Swing (Glam (electro-swing remix)) (Edel)
  • 2013: French Modern Girl Vol. 1 (Post-it) (Rambling Records)
  • 2013: French Modern Girl Vol. 2 (La voiture, Agates des Lego) (Rambling Records)
  • 2013: Electro Swing Club Vol. 1 (AAA (Triple A)) (Pashmount Music)
  • 2013: Electro Swing Vol. 6 (Ping Pong, Bart&Baker remix) (Wagram)
  • 2013: Tom & Jerry: Tom (Swinging Cartoon) (Pasta e Basta, Agates des Lego) (Rambling Records)
  • 2013: Tom & Jerry: Jerry (Dancing Cartoon) (La voiture, AAA (Triple A)) (Rambling Records)
  • 2013: N°1 Swing Cats (Glam (electro-swing remix)) (Rambling Records)
  • 2014: Secret Lounge (Pin Me Up) (Rambling Records)
  • 2014: Electro Swing Fever Vol. 3 (Ping Pong, Bart&Baker remix, Woody Woody, AAA (Triple A)) (Wagram)
  • 2014: Swing Spring (Agates des Lego, V.E.S.P.A.) (Rambling Records)


The song Ping Pong is used for the T.V. commercial of the brand Aperol, in Germany and Austria.[3]


  • 2010 : Paris Rome - A Lounge Selection, Franck 6mondini Rougier (Zest for Life feat. Dimie Cat) (Dream'up)


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