Best of Montreux Jazz Festival 2021
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Indie Rock band Annie Taylor has created quite a stir over the past few months with the release of their highly acclaimed debut album Sweet Mortality. There is no holding back when the female-led four-piece band, including charismatic singer Gini Jungi, enters the stage. The group plays high-energy shows with an easy-going nonchalance that gives off a full rock'n'roll experience from beginning to end. So, it's no surprise that the quartet has played sold-out club shows at home and abroad and got asked to support acts such as L.A. WITCH, Sunflower Bean, or Sugar Candy Mountain.
Date and time: July 2 - 9:30 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
Eight years separate brothers Alejandro and Stephan Gutiér-rez. Born to an Ecuadorian mother and Swiss father, it is from their Latin roots that Hermanos Gutiérrez draw their emotions. If one of them has a melody and a sound is missing, the other completes it. They share an unspoken understanding through which their souls connect to find their musical balance and harmony.
Date and time: July 4 - 9:30 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
Starting from scratch in January, Oscar Anton quickly became a bedroom pop success story that not many have ever seen in France. He even drew the attention of Bob Sinclar, who remixed his track “bye bye.” His song “nuits d’été,” recorded with his younger sister and released with a music video shot by their mother, became viral during the lockdown. From there, everything took off. Several million streams, views on Youtube, tens of thousands of followers on socials, and hundreds of thousands monthly listeners from all around the world entered the Home Of Sanity, invited their friends and family, and never left.
Date and time: July 6 - 9:30 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
Yseult's, at only 24 years old, is one of the most stunning returning artists of the current French-speaking pop scene. She has a golden voice and a mind of steel. She was a talent we first discovered in 2015 who came back again a few months ago with Rien à Prouver. She’s a vibrant manifestation of empowerment who shines through her resilience.
Date and time: July 6 - 11:00 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
Sofiane Pamart is a French pianist based in Paris. He is known for breaking the elitist codes of classical piano. A gold medallist at the Conservatoire de Lille, he took a different track to the typical classical music path. Alongside his solo career, he is renowned as a go-to pianist in the French rap scene. He has had numerous collaborations with French rappers, including Koba LaD, Vald, Maes, Sneazzy, Hugo TSR, Scylla, Lord Esperanza, Frenetik, and Dinos.
Date and time: July 7 - 11:00 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
Someone as unique as Priya Ragu only comes around once in a generation. The Tamil-Swiss artist approaches her music with an extraordinary life experience, a globally focused creative vision, and a way of translating music that’s genuinely incomparable.
Date and time: July 8 - 9:30 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
Nathy Peluso is one of the most recognized artists of the new Latin-European musical avant-garde. Nathy is a singer-songwriter born in Argentina who grew up listening to various musical genres from Ray Charles to Joao Gilberto, Ella Fitzgerald, Atahualpa Yupanqui, and D'Angelo. She has become a key artist in the new Latin-European musical scene. She is passionate about swing, jazz, salsa, Brazilian music, Argentine rock, hip-hop, and Latin American folk.
Date and time: July 8 - 11:00 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
This Australian artist toured with Lewis Capaldi in 2019, soon after releasing his second EP. He has worked with and written songs for many artists such as Ciara, Sabrina Claudio, Keith Urban, and Jessie J. He has recently collaborated with Demi Lovato on their hit song "What Other People Say."
Date and time: July 10 - 11:00 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
YET NO YOKAI
As figures of Japanese popular belief, “yokai” can best be compared with monsters or demons. With their EP Post-Apo-calyptic Promenade Part Two and the single “Fah-renheit,” Yet No Yokai paint the world after the Last Judgment. Sometimes they sound rhythmically monotonous, like a horde of walking dead in the wilderness. Sometimes like a samurai racing through the twilight on his motorcycle, his hand nervously clenched to the sword, ready to fight.
Date and time: July 14 - 9:30 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
The critically acclaimed Amsterdam-based Anatolian rock and Turkish Psychedelic Folk band, Altın Gün, have built a strong reputation for fusing past and present to make brilliantly catchy, upbeat pop music.
Date and time: July 14 - 11:00 PM CEST / EDT / AEST + 1 DAY
Stay on the lookout for more artists announcements. We can't wait to see them all!😁