REEPERBAHN 2019

SEPTEMBER 18th – 21st 2019
HAMBURG, GERMANY

ARTISTS FROM WALLONIA AND BRUSSELS

Since its debut in 2006, Reeperbahn Festival has become one of the most important meeting places for the world of music and demonstrates how an exuberant music programme can be combined with music industry interests and social initiatives.

WBM will support Belgian artists during the Festival. This year, Echo Collective and Black Mirrors will be featured in this 13rd edition.

PROS FROM WALLONIA AND BRUSSELS

We also invited 4 professionals from Wallonia and Brussels :

Grégory Noel (EXAG Records)
Audrey Di Troia (Full Colorz Agency)
Yannick Tönnes (JauneOrange)
Sofia Rasquin (Bloom Hill)

ECHO COLLECTIVE

[CONTEMPORARY, CLASSICAL]
WED, 18.09.2019 / 9:00 PM
BAHNHOF PAULI (KLUBHAUS ST. PAULI)
Spielbudenplatz 21-22, 20359 Hamburg

Thanks to their organic, but also incredibly futuristic sound, and their classic instrumentation combined with modern production value, the boys and girls of Echo Collective are highly sought-after collaborators for the sound visionaries of our time.

In addition to Johann Johannsson and Daniel O’Sullivan, the Belgian ensemble has also worked with The Lid, Erasure, and A Winged Victory for the Sullen. Founded by Margaret Hermant and Neil Leiter, the collective released its debut “Echo Collective Plays Amnesiac” last year. The songs are reinterpretations of the Radiohead album “Amnesiac” – brilliant ensemble versions that show that classic, orchestral arrangements can make the leap to becoming thoroughly rousing contemporary music. Especially in the context of an intense live experience.

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BLACK MIRRORS

[ROCK]
THU, 19.09.2019 / 11:20 PM
INDRA
Große Freiheit 64, 20359 Hamburg

Stoner rock has never really gone out of fashion, so it wouldn’t be fair to say that Black Mirrors have tried to start a revival. But the four-piece from Brussels certainly enriches and refreshes the genre with the bluesy voice of Marcella Di Troia, emphasized brilliantly by the tuned-down guitars. This music not only contains the heart and soul of its creators, but also a great deal of rhythmic variation and passionate, original songwriting.

And they make it sound easy, even when it is anything but. Such ease doesn’t come out of nowhere, but rather proves how attuned to each other the band members are thanks to their extensive live experience. Standing on this solid foundation, the band can try new things without sacrificing its style. Proof of this abounded on last year’s debut Look Into the Black Mirror. Tight, catchy, and uncompromising, Black Mirrors have what it takes to put on a show to remember.

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Julien Fournier (Director) and Olivier Leidgens (Rock/Pop/Hip-Hop/Electro) will be there. Get in touch with them!