Le Kaiju arrived on the Paris queer scene in 2020, ignoring all labels. This composer, singer and producer is at the crossroads of influences. Both cultural (from Senegal to the United States, via Italy and France) and musical, drawing on UK jungle, ballroom and ghetto tech sounds… Armed with her turntables and modular synths, she will be performing tracks from her recent ep Violence (2023). With her trademark dose of improvisation.
An intuitive and inquisitive artist from Grenoble, Kaba has a simple principle: to create the music he likes to listen to. His rap is constantly evolving as he discovers new music and adds it to his eclectic playlists. Based on this approach, where diversity is the key word, he co-founded H3 Records to embody this desire to mix rap and electronic music. In 2021, he released his first ep in collaboration with Vouiz, 3.3 Magnitude. Last spring, Kaba released a new EP on H3 Records, Music 4 Tesla, in collaboration with Lyon-based producer Hyas, always perfectly designed for the club. With his avant-garde grooves, Kaba evokes everything that makes up his reality: from his dreams of ascension to his relationships, told in a nonchalant, mischievous tone.
A young French artist based in Brussels, Salome takes great pleasure in decompartmentalising musical genres, mixing pop, electro, bass music and shoegaze among other influences. With 2 ep to her name, Salome is gradually sketching out the contours of a genre she calls “hard pop”. It’s a new genre born of her constant quest for appeasement and freedom through cathartic songwriting, put at the service of a music in perpetual mutation. Her influences include Kate Nash, Lily Allen, Oklou and Lauren Auder, all of whom were instrumental in the creation of the All Time High EP.