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Ugly, Magon, Sugar Pills, Veda à L’International Paris

Ugly, Magon, Sugar Pills, Veda à L'International Paris

Mardi 9 juillet / 19:00 - 23:00 @ L'international

UPHILLBOOKINGS & prettymalina presents Parisian High présentent:

Ugly (UK)
Fresh from the release of their EP ‘Sunday School’ on Sports Team’s label ‘Holm Front’, Ugly are a four-piece alternative

group whose music ranges from sprawling biblical epics, to Everly Brothers inspired crooners. All wrapped up around jizz-jazzy guitar and lead singer Sam Goater’s rich baritone vocal chords. This is fun for the whole family.

Magon, compositeur-producteur israélien de rock psychédélique installé à Paris, membre du duo remarqué Charlotte & Magon, a récemment relancé sa carrière solo après une parenthèse de 10 ans. Un nouveau départ explosif et mystérieux, puissant et taillé pour la scène, emmenant l’auditeur sur des routes sonores délicieusement rétro qui frappent et imprègnent dès la première écoute.

Sugar Pills
Sugar Pills is a French band from Paris mixing electric sounds and a melancholic atmosphere. The band was born in 2015, on the bench of their parisian high school. With Camila as lead singer and guitarist, Jefferson on the synth, Ilario playing bass and Thomasine on the guitar, the band then called on Valentin to join them on the drums. Influenced by Patti Smith’s poetry, shoegaze and post-punk sounds, Sugar Pills draws its inspiration from bands such as Slowdive or Joy Division, as well as more contemporary artists like Sorry or Goat Girl and even more techno acts, such as Boy Harsher or Lebanon Hanover.

VEDA is the goth-pop project created by multi-instrumentalist Dominic Antonio Sepúlveda. The Birmingham, UK, based artist has supported groups such as Fufanu, White Fang and Art School Girlfriend, gaining support from BBC Introducing and Richer Unsigned. VEDA’s sound is a lustrous blend of casiotone keyboards, jangly guitars, lo-fi drum machines and earnest vocals, taking influence from the post-industrial landscape of Birmingham, while also importing DIY culture from across the Atlantic.

Tarifs : prix : 8€

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