Perhaps best known as percussionist for Polaris Music Prize winners Karkwa, QuÁ©bec’s Julien Sagot has been making a name for himself of late with his sophomore solo LP, the brazenly eclectic weird-pop masterpiece Valse 333. Coming on the heels of Valse 333‘s Juno Award nomination in the Best Francophone Album category is the album’s latest single, the loopy, jittery “Docteur C”, which is accompanied by an equally spooky video that should delight fans of Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s surrealism and Michel Gondry’s handmade in-camera effects. You can stream or purchase Valse 333 and its predecessor, 2012’s Piano Mal, on Bandcamp.

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