Do not be deceived. Festival-goers waiting certainly live fence Queens of the Stone Age but also the live English Bristol, Portishead. With Beth Gibbons as enchanting as spectral, the group gave a concert at a silversmith mark the twentieth anniversary of their album “Dummy”. An album that would revolutionize the codes of the electro genre. On the Main Stage, the night began to fall when Beth Gibbons and his cohorts arrived on scene. The magic happens right away. Spectators find themselves propelled back twenty years. A pure moment of grace.
warning shot was THE weekend. Bassist Mike Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher stunned the audience on stage Pressure Live Friday night. A handful of vocal pieces were enough to get us water at the mouth, like “Figure it out.” Finally, a concert electrically charged, not devoid of catchy melodies and subtle. We want more.
We imagined not as demonstrator. Dressed in her beige trench coat, the British singer has transformed into a giant dancefloor audience of industry scene Saturday night. An unstoppable chain of tasty electro-pop hits and an enthusiastic audience as rarely at Rock en Seine. What make you want to listen to her two albums.
Wink programming, Alex Turner and his band opened the ball of heads poster Friday night, two days before their mentors Queens of the Stone Age. As the great, the four musicians delivered a set mastered, sometimes a little static, which now borrows equally from garage rock that R’n’b most sensual. A marriage of genres that commands admiration, especially for their age.
If Janelle Monae is in our top 5 is that it’s worth it, obviously. The little bouncy and cheerful chip Kansas City offered a playful and tinged funk show nu-soul coaxing rejoicing the festival scene of the Waterfall, this Sunday, August 24. Prince has dubbed one from the beginning and that Stevie Wonder is regularly invited to the stage this nugget THE 2014 edition of Rock en Seine.