- Astonishing synthetic pop
Sandor. A stage name that she borrowed from Saroltà Vay, Count of Sandor, a transvestite Hungarian author with doubtful morals. Just like her namesake, the singer-songwriter from Switzerland likes to confuse the genres. Marrying an elegiac pen, poignant melodies and synthetic rhythms, she draws the contours of an alternative French chanson that is drenched in the synth wave pop of the eighties. With her deep, intense voice, she creates a climate that is both slick and troubling, reinforced by some enigmatic and symbolic lyrics. Intriguing and disconcerting, her compositions question and fascinate, sometimes astonish. A sombre and spellbinding universe.