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La Festa: the Italian showcase at Reeperbahn fest 2019

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Join us at La Festa, the Italian showcase at Reeperbahn Festival to discover four incredible artists.

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Music in Italy has radically changed in the last 5 years. A new wave of young, innovative and talented musicians is redefining what Italian music means. Join us at La Festa, the Italian showcase at Reeperbahn Festival to discover four incredible artists.

While you'll listen to them you will have a drink (it’s on us!) and eat something even better than pizza: Southern Italy Focaccia!

Sept. 19th - Sommersalon - Hamburg

Doors: 13.30

I'm not a Blonde 02.00 pm

Andrea Poggio 03.00 pm

Julielle 04.00 pm

Be Forest 05.00 pm

Andrea Poggio

Andrea Poggio is full of intriguing contradiction. Throughout his music he challenges the traditional, while having a classical Italian air about himself. His album ‘Controluce’ (2017) is a lyrical and musical treat for those who appreciate elegant and sensitive narratives of everyday life tided up with original, synthetic sound.

Performed entirely in Italian; ‘Controluce’ is a collection of new songs that range from electronic pop to Italian tradition, from art rock to avant-garde and to experimental music. Poggio is building his unique tone drawing on artistic tradition of Talking Heads and Paolo Conte, while gliding by Matia Bazar in Tango and early eighties’ Kate Bush.

Be Forest.

Hailing from a small town on the Adriatic coast, Italian shoegazers Be Forest (Erica Terenzi, Costanza Delle Rose and Nicola Lampredi) make music that harbours feelings of intense otherworldly remoteness reminiscent of 4AD classics as well as bands like Slowdive, Pale Saints and The Chameleons. Described by Brooklyn Vegan as “gorgeous, ethereal and moody”, Be Forest’s latest LP Knocturne is taking the band across Europe and the US. Be Forest were recently invited to perform at KEXP and Audiotree studios.

Julielle

Already with her first single "Toys," which dropped this spring, Julielle proved that she's heavily inspired by the electronic music of the 2000s and 2010s, and that her style cleverly reflects on producers such as Bonobo, Flume, and Four Tet. But since "Aliens and Flowers," the Italian with the breathy voice has made it abundantly clear that such descriptions may capture where her sound comes from, but they'll never be able to convey where it's going. And that's after only two tracks. Could things look any more promising for a self-taught musician with many facets? Maybe Julielle will outgrow her inspirations faster than anyone could have guessed. If she keeps working with producers as youthful and fresh as GodBlessComputers, that seems like a sure bet.

Supported by Puglia Sounds

I'm Not A Blonde

I'm Not A Blonde are the multi-instrumentalists Chiara Castello and Camilla Matley. Based in Milan they write electro-art-pop songs that bring together their many different influences: beats and synths from the '80, brit-punk guitars and melodies from the '90 to create a unique world of their own.

In 2019 they released two new singles “Too Old” (on rotation on FM4, Austrian national radio) and “Happy Face”, the anticipation of the new upcoming album that will drop in October via INRI-METATRON and the German label BACKSEAT.

Supported by Italia Music Export-SIAE, Puglia Sounds in collaboration with Istituto Italiano Di Cultura - Amburgo

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