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Robbing Millions - Soak - Recorders (acoustic) - Pomrad - Eaves - Tops - Mochélan Zoku - Walter Hus

Saturday 16.05.15
Venue: 
Grand Salon De Concert!, Orangerie, Rotonde, Standing
Genre: 
rock, psyche, pop, singer-songwriter, indie pop, synth pop, electro, hip hop, folk, grunge, orgue
Timing: 
  • 19:30 doors
  • MOCHÉLAN ZOKU 20h00-20h40 // ORANGERIE
  • EAVES 20h45-21h25 // GRAND SALON
  • TOPS 20h45-21h25 // ROTONDE
  • POMRAD 21h30-22h10 // ORANGERIE
  • SOAK 22h15-23h05 // GRAND SALON
  • RECORDERS 22h15-23h05 // ROTONDE
  • ROBBING MILLIONS 23h10-23h55 // ORANGERIE
  • WALTER HUS 00h00-00h45 // GRAND SALON
Organisation: 
Botanique
About this concert: 

The show of Theophilus London is cancelled due to changes in the band European tour. The band is replaced by Robbing Millions.

Robbing Millions - Botanique

No english version available. Sorry.

SOAK - Botanique

Bridie Monds-Watson, better known by her stage name SOAK, is a Northern Irish singer-songwriter born in Derry in 1996. SOAK's music has been described as 'a vivid portrait of teenage deep-thinking' by The Guardian.

First release for american label Caroline (Beck, Tame Impala, Blondie, ...) and debut album for Recorders, Above The Tide gets a fire start with already a 3 stars review in newspaper Le Soir describing it as "A

Photo Pomrad (c) Switn

Pomrad is the electronic producer alias of Antwerp based keyboard player Adriaan Van de Velde, who makes nostalgic, harmonic & colorful music influenced by 80’s funk and 90’s hiphop/r&b; peppered with house, dub and even trap elements.

Leeds based artist Joseph Lyons aka Eaves, has swiftly evolved from self releasing a number of demos online into providing one of the most engaging live sets.

Photo Tops (c) Kendall Stephenson
A Montréal, Canada soft rock four piece of Jane Penny (vocals, keyboard), David Carriere (guitar), Riley Fle
Photo Mochélan (c) Massimo Maieroni

No english version version available. Sorry. 

Walter Hus (born 1959) is a Belgian composer and musician.

Tickets

Bota’Carte: 11€
Presale/Sale: 14€
(Costs included)

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