Phoenix have the knack of flawlessly unifying the seemingly incompatible – it’s never artificial, never laboured. The Parisian pop maestri return to Luxembourg in support of their seventh studio “Alpha Zulu”, which sees them rejuvenating their sound and going back towards their iconic synth rock sounds known from their 2009 success album “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix”. According to the Guardian, Phoenix are the definition of a good-time band, set to capture the hearts of the festival audience.Artist's Website
Korean-American musical whirlwind Michelle Zauner and her band Japanese Breakfast have indeed been in the spotlight these past months! The band’s critically acclaimed third album “Jubilee” led to two Grammy Awards nominations and performing at Coachella and Bonnaroo in 2022. Bringing their new and enthusiastic sound from “Jubilee” to stage, Japanese Breakfast are finally touring Europe again, celebrating life, fighting for happiness.Artist's Website
A beacon of brutal truth in an industry built on inconsequential bullshit, the Bristol-based
singer-songwriter gives voice to the silenced, the disillusioned, the broken-hearted, and the burnt-out, assembling brilliantly biting dispatches from the fringes of a society mired in austerity, Inequality and insularity. Or, as singer Tor Maries puts it, with trademark bluntness, “There's too much music in the world already, so everything I make has to count.”
Emerging from Brixton’s Windmill scene, where they played alongside Shame, Goat Girl and Black Midi, Sorry have created their own distinctive musical world – one that draws together a shared passion for lo-fi sounds of grunge, trap, and shoegaze.Artist's Website
THE HAUNTED YOUTH
THE HAUNTED YOUTH
The dazzling ride has just begun! The Haunted Youth became indie darlings in Belgium and The Netherlands from the very first single they released. Their first album “Dawn Of The Freak” has been released in November and has raised attention all over Europe.Artist's Website
STAR FEMININE BAND
STAR FEMININE BAND
One of the acts with a remarkable story at the Siren’s Call Festival! The all-girl group only formed in 2016 in their then hometown Natitingou, Benin. The musicians are aged between 12 and 19, have just released their second album “In Paris” last September, manifesting their status as one of the rare groups in Benin featuring female musicians.Artist's Website
The Brussels-based quartet ECHT! is known for their explosive live performances. Inspired by
the DJ set format, the band proceeds from beat to beat, exploring transitions’ detour, building a non-stopping ascension. Since 2017 they have crystallized their innovative style and sound on the Brussels scene.
Sprints, this is Garage Punk from Dublin or as NME puts it: Dublin’s next no-fucks-given guitar
heroes. Everything that goes into the band’s cathartic punk battle-cries can be seen as something of a call-toarms: an attempt to silence the internal doubting voices and to fight against the outdated social tropes that box in individuality.
Tele-Port is a brand new project consisting of leading jazz voices from Luxembourg (namely bassist
Pol Belardi, keyboardist Jérôme Klein and drummer Jeff Herr) joining forces with the adventurous Russian
saxophonist Zhenya Strigalev, who also has been a fix part of the London jazz scene for the last decade.
ENGLBRT is the collaborative duo of Georges Goerens and Niels Engel. The astonishing partnership sounds effortless thanks to the chemistry between two of Luxembourg’s most prolific and respected musicians. Like a well-adjusted science experience, they carefully draw from a vast field of source materials to achieve genre-defying results.Artist's Website
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Centre Culturel de Rencontre
Abbaye de Neumünster
28, rue Münster
G.-D. de Luxembourg
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