Le live de Wildbirds & Peacedrums est animal. Une animalité évidente et sauvage. La voix de Mariam, puissante et bluesy, transporte vite les auditeurs vers les contrées musicales du rock expérimental. Sans fioritures (voix/batterie/cordes), leur musique traduit une multitude sentiments : doux, flippant, excitant, enivrant. La performance d Andreas à la batterie est juste un régale.
An almost unclassifiable mix of spare, bluesy vocals and powerful drumming -- with some pop and jazz elements mixed in for good measure -- Sweden's Wildbirds & Peacedrums feature singer Mariam Wallentin and drummer Andreas Werliin. The pair met in 2004 at Gothenburg's Academy of Music and Drama but, frustrated at the institute's rigid format, they began making music on their own the following year (and also got married). They released two limited-edition CD-Rs on their own before recording their full-fledged debut album, Heartcore, in 2006; it was released in 2007 by the Swedish label Found You. Leaf reissued the album internationally in spring 2008; that year, the band also toured with Lykke Li and was named that year's Jazz in Sweden artist. Wildbirds & Peacedrums's second album, Snake, arrived in 2008 on the Swedish jazz label Caprice. more>>>
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The Point Ephémère is truly unique. Facing the Seine river, this former warehouse is one of the coolest place to chill out and hang out with friends drinking cheap beers and listening to the edgiest sounds. More than that, the Point Ephémère is a temporary creative interface, pushing for artistic crossovers and multidisciplinary exchanges. You want to see an urban art exhibit or a vjing show ? The Point Ephémère is THE place. Militant, huge, beautiful, avant-gardist, this venue should become your favorite spot.more>>>
Les Femmes S'en Mêlent, a female indie music festival, has built up its celebrity over 12 years in France and abroad, celebrating women in music. What started as a single gig in Paris in 1997 has grown into an event spanning across several nights in Paris, other cities in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Spain and England.more>>>
Driven by passion and curiosity and known for its eclecticism and quality, the festival is about feminity but far from feminism. As time went by, the festival grew bigger and the female scene grew wider. The festival is now unanimously acclaimed, seen as a unique and indispensable musical rendez-vous across Europe, and an integral part of one of the hottest current musical scenes, always providing more talent. All the while, it never lost his breath or faith, but rather became better with the years.
Les Femmes S’en Mêlent festival, using its recognition to get cult international artists and its intuition to give a chance to new ones, affirmed and confirmed a true commitment, a nonstop tribute to female creativity. The festival's name, which is based on a subtle pun, is about women’s position in music, about them getting mixed in and about them getting involved. Whay may seem quite obvious today was not always so...
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