Led by the charismatic singer Max Usata, hybrid of Freddy Mercury, Tom Waits and Josh Homme, the androgynous live of PUTS MARIE takes us into its hip-hop crooner trance, DIY grunge, meandering pop, mariachi groove and garage soul. A Mulholland Drive version of a genre-bending rock cabaret, where lecherous tunes border on melancholic choruses and brutal flights. On stage, the unexpected performances led by its captivating frontman dive you into their universe until you don’t want to come back!
I ME MINE, is an immediate and imaginative rock, carts its share of deep raw emotions. Get you best vintage outfits and fasten your seatbelt: the trio offers precious minutes of an endless travel on melodic roller coaster, leading to a bright and shimmering elsewhere. Alternating screwy electro excerpts and psychedelic waves rich in vocal harmonies, the three guys flaunt their strange universe where Syd Barrett has a drink with Alex from Clockwork Orange.
SHAKE SHAKE GO... And your heart beats stronger. For Poppy Jones’s burning and powerful, grave and melodic voice. For the control and the freshness of their style, a cocktail of great-spaces-folk and epic pop, deep ballads and heated choirs that smell like peat and the cliffs from across the Channel: a modern and vitamin version of the Cranberries and the Corrs. Shake Shake Go is a breath of fresh air as impactful as its name, which makes you want to stroll by a river, go on a road-trip of share a moment with friends under a Hyde Park tree.
See you at Le Fil on June 5th for a new association with Gaga Jazz, for Julien Lallier Quartet’s show. His music feeds of multiple influences. The colourful and imaginative compositions are rich evocations to travel. The sound beats of his quartet offer our ears wide melodic fields. The four artists embrace or shake up the rules of this very pertinent game, without forgetting the team spirit.