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Photo (on the right): Davide Belotti

Brama + Avalanche Kaito

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PHI Centre Space A
315 Saint-Paul St West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2A3

Doors: 7 pm
Show: 8 pm

Price in advance: $15.76
Price at the door: $21.74

Taxes and fees not included

The European music trios are crossing the Atlantic Ocean for the first time to bring their powerful energy to the beautiful city of Montreal.

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Brama is a psychedelic power trio from central France combining droning hurdy gurdy, sharp cut guitar riff and energy blasting drums. With the ability to jump from one genre to another from experimental noise basement onto stellar pop explosions, the young trio draw from french folk music influences, a new exciting rock sound.

Through a DIY state of mind and polyphonic energy, Brama dig out a high voltage poetry with a sensitive sense of standing right where not expected, taking everybody on board. The guitar and drums having hypnotic conversation, transcendental hurdy gurdy passing through multiple effects and solar singing in occitan, Brama dig down onto traditions and comes up with a spontaneous contemporary discourse. Out of this fascinating mess, hurdy gurdy storm and acid guitar/drums duo, it is the vocals which opens up this maelstrom of sound that takes us all up to higher ground. Navigating between krautrock influences and noise pop journey, Brama is now on the road giving away statospheric energy to anybody ready to take it.

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Trio categorized as grrriot_punk_noise by Sixto Fernando (Cave 12, Geneva). Incisive meeting between the Burkinabe singer Kaito Winse - surveyor for some time of the Brussels underground scene and last born of a family of Burkinabe griots -, the drummer / pure dataist Benjamin Chaval and the anarcho-electric guitarist Nico Gitto. We are here in the antechamber of a crazy & crazy universe, between vocal declamations on inhabited & without net and postmodern grooves. An unusual universe where Kaito, a sort of guardian of the ancestral griot tradition, rubs up against Benjamin and Nico's multiform approaches in an explosive combination. A world/universe in permanent movement, with an EP released on the renowned and highly sought after German label GLITTERBEAT in January 2022, then an LP on the same label in June 2022. From their first concert in July 2021, the band gained a reputation as a stage phenomenon and started to perform all over Europe, before heading to Canada in September 2022.

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