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Concerts not to miss in April

Like sunny days, buds or people on the terrace, in April, concerts proliferate. Rock, synthwave, pop, rap or RnB-Soul, vHere is a selection of events to accompany the birdsong with music.

Thursday April 7: Jäde at the Badaboum

Rekindling the flame of RnB and love songs, Jäde brought back with her EP Romance a wave of associated 2000 nostalgia that she accompanies with texts in the era of time and varied collaborations (Squidji, Bakari, Bolides). She will present at the Badaboum a taste of her mixtape Weather reportscheduled for release on April 15.

Thursday April 7: Desmond Myers and Jon Onj at FGO Barbara

We presented it to you on Artistik Rezo as the French of the Americans, which makes the crowds dance from Paris to Atlanta, the singer-songwriter Desmond Myers is back in Paris to make you dance to the sounds of the rock riffs of his guitar and the disco sounds of his synths. He will be preceded by Jon Onj, one of the revelations of Here tomorrow festivala time traveler who refreshes soul with 2022 sauce.

Friday April 8: Moïse Turizer and Ouai Stéphane at FGO Barbara

An electrifying, innovative and slightly futuristic evening awaits you on April 8 at FGO Barbara. The sound duo, halfway between EBM, synthwave and its post punk references, welcomes you to their release party. Reminiscent of the Chemicals Brother as well as Ratatat or even John Maus, Moïse Turizer plans to strip the stage of the Goutte d’Or after an opening act provided by DJ Ouai Stéphane.

Sunday April 10: Liquid Earth, Junki Inoue, Venard, Alyhas at Dock B

An essential place in Pantin, Dock B is diversifying its activities even further! Already a restaurant, cultural venue, home to exhibitions, Emmaüs sales and many other projects, Dock B now becomes a concert hall in the evening. One of their first parties will take place on Sunday April 10 with Liquid Earth, Junki Inoue, Venard, Alyhas.

Monday April 11: Tall Juan at the Pop-Up du Label

Argentinian living in New York, Tall Juan is a musician with a colorful universe, as confirmed by his latest album Los Chicosreleased in 2020. However, his rock and infinitely inspiring songs deal with various subjects, more or less heavy, from drug addiction, to romance and reflect the thoughts of a young person torn between South America and the United States. United.

Wednesday April 13: Jenny Hval at the Gaîté Lyrique

Straddling jazz, folk and a more pop ambition, Jenny Hval released in March Classic Objects, a beautiful expression of her poetry, spoken word which she masters wonderfully. The Norwegian artist will be in concert at the Gaîté Lyrique to defend this new album.

Friday April 15: GiedRé at the Café de la Danse

A grating humor that can be exported from the concert hall to the studios of Radio France, GiedRé is an artist apart and that suits her very well. With her songs, the singer denounces the deviant behavior of people, especially men who behave badly, brings in her lyrics ways to take a step back by laughing at the funny situations of life.

Monday April 18: Augustine at the Pop-Up du Label

“Songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Augustine is the perfect example of the power of independents in the age of digital music.” Songs both sweet and bitter, a curious pop that easily escapes into electronics without losing its sentimentality that Augustine will offer at the PopUp du Label on April 18th.

Thursday 21 April: Laucarré at the Boule Noire

“LauCarré. Read: L Au Carré. L for Loïc his first name and for Lasne his last name family he puts Au Carré. Nanterre. Suresnes. 19 years old. When he talks about his music, in this case rap, his eyes suddenly light up.” The young rapper is coming to present the titles of his first EP at the Boule Noire on April 21st.

Friday April 22: Soom T at La Maroquinerie

With his inimitable style and his completely insane flow, Soom T has been traveling the world for more than 20 years. Still in production, she will unveil her new album “Good” on April 8, 2022. An opus at the crossroads of reggae, dub and jazz, in which she denounces, as usual, the political and social problems of our time. She will return on this occasion to the roads of France and Europe, always accompanied by her band: The Stone Monks!

Thursday, April 28: Joel Culpepper at Random Playful

Surrounded by the most talented producers of the moment (Joker, Swindle, Guy Chambers) the London singer Joel Culpepper offers a first soul album close to Rnb which he will present in preview at Hasard Ludique before its release on July 23 on the Mr Bongo.

Friday 29 April: Neue Grafik Ensemble at the Maroquinerie

Based in London for several years now, the Parisian musician Neue Grafik has worked to put together an ensemble that forges links between his career as a house producer and his apprenticeship in jazz at the Bill Evans Piano Academy; between DIY and academic teaching, this mixture of two musical universes is to be found at the end of April in the hall of the 20th arrondissement.

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