La Citadelle renews its music scene and offers 3 evenings of concerts to delight your ears!
Friday July 7, Jazz / Electro Jazz evening with the group GOGO PENGUIN and opening act MATSUTAKE (first concert).
GOGO PENGUIN - "Everything Is Going To Be OK Tour 2023"
Breakbeat trio GoGo Penguin - whose music is both emotive and cinematic - are back, playing music from their new album "Everything Is Going to Be OK" available from Sony Music XXIM from April 2023, as well as songs from their luminous back catalog. Brimming with the optimism of new beginnings, with a new drummer, a new label and a subtly updated and developed sound, the band ushers in a more sonically liberated era.
"Everything Is Going to Be OK" was born out of a difficult period of turbulence and loss. As the band went through these difficult times, including deep personal loss and bereavement, the studio offered them a sanctuary from real life. The resulting project draws its strength from a shared understanding and empathy. Through our trials, together, we will emerge stronger." Everything is going to be OK."
Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gogo_penguin/
Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Gogopenguin/
Official YouTube Channel: https: //www.youtube.com/user/gogopenguinmusic
Matsutake has a collective corolla. His music is composed and recomposed by several people. We lay the foundations, jam on them and then decide. Direct democracy in its influences as well as in its tug-of-war. For the former, take half the quartet. That's two-thirds of the Zerolex trio. Côme Rothé and Jérémy Vieille have brought back this organic and sensitive way of composing atmospheres and melodies. But here, the two companions are flirting with ambient and expé. Nothing to worry about. What we're experimenting with here is a sound form that embraces you with the flat of your hand. Is Matsutake's music manual? Yes. First and foremost in its rhythm. Entrusted to two human beings who put their hands to the arrangements. Anthony Pergaud, on bass (Ici dix-sept), and Paul L'Hôte, on drums (Osmosis), manage the necessary framework to ensure that the 4-pack sound moves forward without trembling. This new mushroom lands on top. With ease.
Doors open at 8 p.m. - concerts start at 9 p.m.
Snacks and refreshments on site.
Accessible with the Culture Pass.
The summer program is financially supported by the Conseil Départemental du Doubs, Grand Besançon Métropole and sponsored by the Evole Foundation, Keolis Besançon Mobilités and Citéos.