Isabelle Antena is a French pop and jazz singer. Born in Villepinte, a town in the Seine-Saint-Denis department, she began her career in the trio Antena on the label [l=Les Disques du Crépuscule] (based in Brussels, Belgium), touring with [a=Paul Haig], [a=Tuxedomoon] and [a=Cabaret Voltaire], then recorded her first solo album in London with Martin Hayles. As a solo artist she became particularly popular in Japan. She has recorded a string of solo albums as Isabelle Antena, as well as under the names [a=Antena], Powaga Sisters and [a=Pause Cafe].
In 2003 she featured on [a=Buscemi]'s album Camino Real, and released a best of, L'alphabet Du Plaisir. In 2006 her song Nothing to Lose appeared on the [a=Thievery Corporation] album Versions. French Riviera from 2007 with producers from the japanese nu-jazz scene, [a=Kyoto Jazz Massive], [a=Jazztronik], [a=Yukihiro Fukutomi], [a=Tatsuo Sunaga]