Kevin Lartigue might not have ever written for Indie Guides. If he had his pick, this former chocolatier would always prefer fine wine to beer and fancy croquettes to burgers. He’d listen to Serge Gainsbourg over Patrick Bruel, and read John Fante over Guillaume Musso. And when he’s tried his hand at writing, they say he’s too chic, too beautiful, too Bo-Bo when he ought to be more Bo-Bun. So after years of wandering, trying in vain to bring chivalry back, he finally decided to pour his talents into all that is Indie, just because it’s cool. But he still speaks from the heart: he likes wine, gastronomy, Jim Harrison, and Gainsbourg’s “Meurtre à l’extincteur”.