Col3trane, HAUTE and Dream People join list of confirmations for Stock 2019 Super Bock festival on November 22 and 23.
There are three more names to add to the increasingly unmissable poster of the most beautiful festival in town.
The british Col3trane, the french HAUTE and the portuguese Dream People are the latest confirmations for this year’s edition of Super Bock in Stock.
To date have been confirmed Ady Suleiman, Balthazar, Col3trane, Curtis Harding, Dream People, Ghostly Kisses, HAUTE, Helado Negro, Jordan Mackampa, Kevin Morby, Marissa Nadler, MEUTE, Michael Kiwanuka, Nilüfer Yanya, Orville Peck, Sinkane, Slow J and Viagra Boys.
The single ticket valid for the two days of the Festival is now on sale for 45€.
When we hear Col3trane’s songs we soon realize that this is an artist obsessed with music, also as a listener. At only twenty years old, he has to offer us dark and confessional themes, in a perfect synthesis of soul, hip hop and r & b.
Born and Raised in North London, Cole’s earliest musical memories refer to the long car rides he heard from names like David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Prince (his mother’s favorite) and Motown’s greatest hits.
Later came rap, the passion for Nas, Biggie and others, and the desire to make their own music. It wasn’t long before the first tracks began to be released on the SoundCloud platform.
In these times, in an increasingly competitive world, the offer is a lot, but the young Cole’s songs stood out for their quality.
Anna Magidson and Blasé form HAUTE, a French duo devoted to r & b and a soul-loving pop.
Both were born in France and grew up across the Atlantic, inspired by American culture and the successes of hip hop and r & b.
The paths crossed in Montreal while studying at McGill University, but oddly enough the meeting took place in Paris a little later, also by chance.
The name Haute goes back to its roots, but also to a certain elegance and relevance of French, even in an English-speaking environment.
In addition to the obvious sharing of references, Blasé and Anna also work hand in hand on all fronts: writing, composing and recording together in a rare symbiosis.
Dream People were born in October 2018. Francisco, Bernardo, Nuno, Chris and Boris. None were known until then.
Nuno met Francisco through a Facebook group. Francisco spoke with the artist Surma. Surma advised Bernardo. Bernardo met Boris. Chris appeared in a rehearsal. And so, slowly, they went sewing the Dream People.
Despite this troubled beginning and having known each other so recently, everyone shares a desire to bring new sounds and influences to the Portuguese music scene.
Between synths that lead us into the ethereal dream pop universe and powerful guitars that envelop us in a kind of psychedelic synth rock reminiscent of modern Doors, Dream People music is an exercise in constant reinvention and creative expansion and the search for new identities.