The Swiss Fai Baba belongs to a new generation of international blues avant-garde. Composed of the charismatic singer Fabien Sigmund and the energetic drummer Domi Chansorn, the band gives to the genre their very own twist, from psychedelic sounds to garage rock.
Originally from Ghent, the metal band Oathbreaker got recently noticed by Pitchfork for their latest album Rheia for their ability to transform the “breadth of the much heralded—and derided—black metal-shoegaze fusion”.
They’re on the radar of some of the biggest showcase festivals from Primavera to SXSW and Eurosonic: the electronic collective Holy Nothing is bound to draw attention with their atypical live show at their next gig in FZW.
The Dutch Weval all began when their members Harm and Merjin met at the beginning of their career in the film industry in 2010. It is no coincidence that their music has such a cinematic and cerebral appeal.
Don’t confuse them with Beyonce’s track that shares the same name: the English band Formation is on the verge of conquering Europe with its percussive and engaging live shows. They’ve already been compared with the likes of Dinosaur Jr and with LCD Soundsystem for their lively beats and the