Voix de Fête | Poupie • Claire Laffut • Emma Peters • Arma Jackson • Tessæ • Silance

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Date(s) - March 19, 2022
8:00 p.m.

Salle communale de Plainpalais


Price (CHF): 34.- / 49.-


As part of the Festival Voix de Fête
Communal hall of Plainpalais | Price: From 34.- to 49.-

Poupie is an artist who can't stand still. Rich in her travels in France and abroad, she handles English, Spanish, French and uses it to write and compose. Rap, reggae, pop, Poupie tries everything, and everything suits him. His eccentricity and his dynamism make him a real character with a timbre and a unique voice, always guided by his intuitions. On stage, she lets her authenticity and communicative energy shine through. A real pleasure to see and listen to. Be ready!

𝗖𝗹𝗮𝗶𝗿𝗲 𝗟𝗮𝗳𝗳𝘂𝘁
After the success of her first EP Mojo and her duet with Yseult “Nudes”, Claire Laffut announces the color for her first album: Bleu – the exact shade of beginners, in love and in music. A mixture of seriousness and playfulness, the music of this young Belgian artist is mysterious, sensual, multidisciplinary and her lyrics relate her fears, her dizziness, her audacity. On stage, Claire will immerse us in a particular scenography, combining paintings and light paintings. Blue-ffant!

𝗘𝗺𝗺𝗮 𝗣𝗲𝘁𝗲𝗿𝘀
Emma Peters sings as she is: natural, simple and direct. After her international recognition thanks to her covers of “Clandestina”, “Trop beau” or “Gisèle”, she gives us her own compositions. Echoing the youth of today, his music is pure and his lyrics frank. Love stories, self-affirmation, nocturnal madness, introspection, Emma Peters tells us everything. She no longer wants to hide behind the words of another. And then… what a voice!

𝗔𝗿𝗺𝗮 𝗝𝗮𝗰𝗸𝘀𝗼𝗻
Solar! This is the first word that comes to mind when we think of Arma Jackson. Raised in hip-hop, the influences of the Lausanne rapper have diversified over the years and complement each other brilliantly: a fan of the pop of Michael Jackson and Coldplay, sensitive to the swaying rhythms of R'n'B and faithful to music with sonorous African women, Arma Jackson mixes genres like a chemist mixes explosive ingredients. His home studio becomes a laboratory where all creative experiences are possible!

Young prodigy of French rap, Tessæ wears the most current codes and proudly assumes her femininity. Very concerned by the evils of her time, this Marseilles denounces school bullying, domestic violence, self-destructive relationships, and presents herself as a worthy representative of a militant rap 2.0. Born on social networks, she quickly made a name for herself in rap and notably shared the stage with Booba during We Love Green 2019. Urban and committed succession is guaranteed!

Oscillating between song and rap, Silance's music is distinguished by its pop instrumentals and vibrant lyrics. A real outlet for her ills, writing is for this young Swiss artist a way out of her societal fears. Quite rightly set to music and recently accompanied by rap producer Yvan Peacemaker, Silance's pen is precise, raw, poetic, harmonious, always carried by a sharp flow and a broken, overwhelming voice. A breath of fresh air for her and for us.

𝗟𝗮 𝗭𝗮𝗿𝗿𝗮
A voice like that, you don't come across it every day! The one that gives you chills, takes you far, fills you with nostalgia and transcends you. This voice is that of La Zarra, a Canadian singer-songwriter. Artist with multiple influences, she mixes Edith Piaf with PNL or SCH. Rap, variety, Arabic music, she rejects nothing and has always let her heart choose. By erasing eras, she outlines a new path where clichés implode and disappear.

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