Carte blanche à Casey25 Nov 2021
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To highlight the female indie music scene: that was the ambition that gave rise to the festival Les femmes s'en mêlent on 8 March 1997, International Women's Rights Day. Beginning with the third edition, it became one of the leading travelling festivals, offering artists veritable tours in France, Belgium and Switzerland. With a decidedly pioneering approach: over twenty-two years, Les femmes s'en mêlent has enabled the discovery of major figures like Christine & The Queens, Cat Power and Jeanne Added. And has resulted in some rare moments, like the on-stage encounter of Kim Gordon and Brigitte Fontaine, the magic of the first French concert by Feist and M.I.A.
After two solo albums, each unique in its genre, multiple collaborations (e.g. Asocial Club, Zone libre), excursions into theatre and a role in Viril (with B. Dalle and V. Despentes), Casey returns to her first loves, rap/rock. With the eagerly-awaited Ausgang she lets rip. Backed by Marc Sens on guitar/bass, Manusound on machines/bass, and Sonny Troupé on drums, the group goes full throttle with an explosion of rage, dark humour and heavy sounds, but also some refreshingly mean electro. A perfect musical backdrop for Casey's chiselled flow and her texts packed with a cold and incandescent rage.
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