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by Clara Zicaro

Clara is a Parisiennne working with the HorizonVU team. She is studies communications and intends to pursue the Master of Business degree. She is fluent in French, Italian, German and English. She is passionate about music, dance and the performing arts. She studies viola, voice-singing and she is a contemporary dancer at the Conservatoire La Garenne.


One year after her first single “La loi de Murphy”, Angèle published her first album “Brol” last 5th October.

Angèle was soaked in art and especially music since her early childhood. Her father, Marka is a well-known singer in Belgium. Her mother is the actress Laurence Bibot and her brother is the famous rapper Roméo Elvis. Inspired by Ella Fitzgerald and Hélène Ségara, Angèle has a classical and jazz piano background. She is an author, composer and performer and will seduce you with her pure and delicate voice. Her songs are based on humor, mockery and stand back. Her lyrics are characterized by their simplicity.

Let’s discover her latest video clip: « Tout oublier » in collaboration with his brother Roméo Elvis.

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« Brol » means mess or Capernaum in Belgian argot. “I wanted to put a Belgian word in my album, even more that it always makes me laugh. The “brol” is a mess, an optimistic and light disorder, it is not at all pejorative” explained Angèle. “This word makes me remember my childhood, my country because I am there less and less. I found it really reassuring”

The « Brol », is our state of brain after listening to her album and trying to find one musical genre fitting Angèles’ songs. In “Nombreux” we heard the piano and her voice. “La Thune” is a pop and sometimes reggae song. “Tout oublier” is a rap and “Flou” includes an electro part.

Main themes of “Brol”

The main themes of this album are: social networks and narcissism which are developed in “”Victime des réseaux” and “La Thune”. Then, love, introspection and melancholy are also current topics (in “Les matoins”). In “Nombreux”, the piano gives a romantic melody. “Ta reine” highlights the feminism homosexuality.

She-Devils

She-Devils
She-Devils
Secretly Canadian

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Formed in Montreal in 2014 by Audrey Ann Boucher and Kyle Jukka, the She-Devils bridge dreamy, whimsical nostalgia to anxious indie rock. The stand-out attribute of this She-Devil’s work is the non-linear mix of pop culture styles creating tensions between genres, which might leave the listener feeling uneasy, but delightfully so.


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