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General Elektriks

Hervé 'RV' Salters, a French native and vintage keyboard player, is the mastermind behind General Elektriks. Known as the "wizard on keys", Salters started playing keys with various artists in Paris and London at the age of 14. After years of touring and collaborations with many musical colleagues, including Femi Kuti, with whom he collaborated on Kuti's album "Shoki Shoki" in... Read more ›

Superorganism

Superorganism are a Transatlantic group, who feature Maine, NewEngland-based, Japanese vocalist Orono and a sprawling line up of international musicians / pop culture junkies currently living all under one roof in London’s East End. The band first introduced themselves at the start of 2017 with the idiosyncratic,technicolour pop of ’Something For Your M.I.N.D’. The track... Read more ›

Reykjavíkurdætur

Delivering razor sharp lyrics and immune to haters and hypocrisy alike, Reykjavíkurdætur are making their Croatian live debut at INmusic's Hidden stage! Reykjavíkurdætur, whose name translates to ''The Daughters of Reykjavik'' is an all-female hip-hop group from Iceland. Their appearance on stage can be summed up as both shocking and impressive. Reykjavíkurdætur was formed in... Read more ›

Super Besse

Super Besse were formed by two young men in Minsk, Belarus, mutually conected by a passion for post-punk music. Their melancholic songs juxtaposed to their euphoric performances remotely remind audiences of the iconic Joy Division. Having established solid ground by their live performances in native Belarus and gaining the credo of a band to watch, Super Besse's electrifying... Read more ›

Témé Tan

Praised multi-instrumentalist and producer Témé Tan set to join INmusic festival #13 line-up as part of the Multiculturalism in Music and Europavox projects! The music made by Tanguy Haesevoets, aka Témé Tan, is the result of years of work all over the world and influences from multiple cultures. His music is both modern, reflecting the life of a man who can feel at home on... Read more ›

Public Service Broadcasting

Public Service Broadcasting are a unique and fascinating blend of indie/electronica with samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material weaved throughout, and accompanied by mesmerizing visual footage in the background. They were founded in 2010 in London when the multi-talended J. Willgoose, Esq. was joined by drummer Wrigglesworth. In the... Read more ›

Repetitor

The young and energetic Repetitor quickly became a favourite live act among audiences throughout the Balkan region. Repetitor joined INmusic #12 as part of the praiseworthy Europavox project. In recent years, the band has rightfully experienced an international breakthrough and rave reviews following their numerous performances at some of the most coveted European festivals,... Read more ›

Booka Shade

Legendary Booka Shade joined the twelfth edition of INmusic festival as part of the praiseworthy Europavox project. Booka Shade (Walter Merziger and Arno Kammermeier) are a German duo who started making music in Frankfurt in the beginning mainly oriented on synth-pop. Soon they won over a fan following and in 2002 formed the now legendary dance record label Get Physical Music... Read more ›

St. Tropez

St.Tropez are a garage-punk four-piece band from Amsterdam who are steadily but surely marching towards international musical acclaim. Besides their love towards music, their song often tackle with politics and importance of human lives. That is why they are a proud ambassador of the EUROPAVOX project, whose proud partner is INmusic. Their debut album St.Tropez which was... Read more ›

The Coral

EUROPAVOX project ambassadors for 2016, The Coral, are an English rock band, formed in 1996 in Hoylake on the Wirral Peninsula, Merseyside. The band first emerged during the early 2000s (decade) and found success with their debut album The Coral (2002) and follow up Magic and Medicine (2003). Their self-titled debut album was nominated for the 2002 Mercury Music Prize and... Read more ›