"After several acclaimed appearances on compilations, a few autoproduced releases and hundreds of concerts, here is the long awaited first Jankenpopp album. Rêve & Amour (Dream and Love), is a rich and coherent album that synthesises Jankenpopp’s musical universe, a blend of synth pop, chiptune and breakcore. The album is released on BRK in limited edition cdr (200 copies) and free download. The music will speak better than words..." - from the BRK website
The albums starts off with a jaunt through 1940's popular music with a contemporary flair which soon morphs into aggressive fist pumpin electronica quickly followed by acoustic folk glitch punk. Track 4 "Spend the World" was previously a compilation appearance (which I believe showed up here on magicore). "Spend the World" is about as close to Magicore genre as you can get without some epic story line woven in. A very fun romp through contemporary electronic trends, while managing to claim their own style.