Rocklab Session - Fête de la musique - SOLD OUTConcert
An evening with When 'Airy met Fairy and Them Lights
Rockhal's Rocklab invites you to an evening of a special kind, in the framework of the Fête de la Musique 2018. Explore Rocklab's creative facilities in a musical way and have an exclusive peek at two local artists' ongoing work, as the rehearsals rooms and the Rockhalstudio will welcome When 'Airy met Fairy and Them Lights for selected showcases, featuring new exciting material presented in an intimate setting. As places are very limited, prior registration is recommended.
When 'Airy met Fairy - 19h30
Music is powerful. When ‘Airy Met Fairy is one of those bands that makes you feel as if you could almost touch the emotions of the vocals. “The music business feels so lavish and overproduced. I just want to take a step back and reduce it to almost nothing.” says Egilsdottir. “We work with layers. It’s like baking a cake” adds Mike Koster. Radiant, minimalistic and subtle - the melodies are carried by Egilsdottir’s crystal-clear voice, filled with tenderness and warmth. They instantly set an intimate mood. When ‘Airy Met Fairy consists of Icelander Thorunn Egilsdottir and Luxembourger Mike Koster. Before releasing their first album, When ‘Airy Met Fairy sharpened their act on stage. The band was invited to play in a variety of cities around the world, from Tokyo to Prague, as well as a great many festivals (The Great Escape, Reeperbahn, Iceland Airwaves, Eurosonic…).
Them Lights - 20h15
Sacha Hanlet a.k.a. THEM LIGHTS is a singer-songwriter and musician based in Luxembourg. Also playing the drums in „Mutiny on the Bounty“, he has now created his own colorful style for his solo project: a mysterious universe of dark, edgy and soulful r’n’b. When he was introduced to Michael Jackson’s Thriller for the first time as a kid, Sacha’s passion for groove and melody awoke and marked him forever. THEM LIGHTS is only at the beginning of a long and colorful journey to captivate you with waves of lights straight into your heart.
Wednesday, 20 June 2018
Free entry, registration recommended (limited capacity)