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Le Volume Courbe
Origin London, England
Genres Experimental rock
Instruments Vocals, guitar, glockenspiel
Labels Honest Jons, Astralwerks

Le Volume Courbe (French for "volume curve") is a band by French-born, London-based singer/songwriter, Charlotte Marionneau. "Le Volume Courbe" was a name of a sculpture by a friend of Marionneau's [1].

In 2001, Le Volume Courbe released the "Harmony/Papillon De Nuit" 7" on the Poptones record label. In 2005, Marionneau recorded, I Killed My Best Friend with contributions from Kevin Shields, Colm Ó Cíosóig, Hope Sandoval, and David Roback among others. I Killed My Best Friend was first released on Honest Jon's and was then picked up by Astralwerks in 2006.

In 2008, Le Volume Courbe played a series of festivals and tour dates in Europe and the US, most notably, with the newly-reformed My Bloody Valentine. The touring lineup included Marionneau on vocals, Theodore Hall on guitar, Mel Draisey on violin, glockenspiel and percussion, and Wild Cat on drums.

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