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This weekend in Nantes will see the 17th and final edition of SOY Festival. Founded in 1999, SOY Festival runs every October and is organised and led entirely by volunteers. Every year they welcome artists from all over the world to celebrate all genres of music, from post-punk to electronica. Katherine Wood caught up with […]

After its creation in 2016, Mon Film festival back and in full swing this week. The festival takes place in the Wazemmes neighbourhood of Lille each year, and is born out of the belief that film should be about community. The concept of the festival is unique: it’s the local community who select the films, […]

Following the release of their latest album, Imanust (2019) in September, the bordelais duo – Blandine Peis et d’Émeline Marceau (Roseland) – from Génial au Japon have embarked on their tour of France. Despite their packed schedule, Blandine kindly gave up some of her time to speak to Bella Jewell. Check out the podcast below […]

Jean Jean are a French math rock trio from Paris. They recorded their first EP in 2010 and since then have been touring around Europe, performing in a number of obscure venues along the way, from an abandoned skatepark in Slovenia to an old bunker in Germany. The three bearded and bespectacled men performed at […]

Fresh from the release of their first LP with English label Fatcat Records, Rouen-native post-punk group MNNQNS are embarking on a tour spanning two months around the UK and France.  We managed to steal a few moments from their busy schedule to speak to the band’s frontman, Adrian d’Epinay, about what we can expect from […]

Image: SweatLodge SweatLodge is a collective founded in 2005 and based in Nantes that hosts wild costume parties under the shelter of a travelling circus tent. A founder of the collective, Martin Geoffre, took a break from building up and decorating the SweatLodge tent to talk to us about their parties and how the group […]

Image: John Kell @ Flickr British artist, Rozi Plain, is currently in possession of three albums, the latest of which – What a Boost (2019) – was released earlier this year. Her dreamy music plays around with different styles, producing joyous and melodic tracks. Bella Jewell caught up with the musician just before her performance […]

Scopitone 12 – 22 September 2019 For its 18th edition, Scopitone took over Nantes’ Ancien MiN, bringing life to its halls for one last time before its demolition in November. Each fridge and ‘cellule’ was transformed into a gallery which hosted art installations from Europe and beyond.  As the sun set each evening, the venue […]

Four years after releasing his first EP, Vol 1, Francis Lung is back with his first full length album, A Dream Is U. The ten-track record experiments with a range of instruments, from cello to saxophone, each one composed and arranged by Lung himself. Katherine Wood caught up with Francis Lung to discuss the making […]

Crossroads Festival 12 – 13 September 2019 Crossroads festival was back again this September for its 4th edition, and it did not disappoint. The festival was launched in 2016 with the aim of promoting emerging musical talent from the Hauts-de-France region and the rest of Europe. The event – which took place in Roubaix – […]