Remaining faithful to their rigorous and meticulous approach, Choses Sauvages have become more mature, yet kept their rebellious side. Their new opus Choses Sauvages II includes electronic and nu-disco influences that evoke L’Impératrice or producer Lindstrøm, and pursues the band’s fascinating journey in the paths of funk, inspired by the likes of Bowie and the Bee Gees.
This musical quest results in twelve polished and biting songs, in an hour of listening time. After more than a year of containing their energy, these “groove riders” are sure to give an explosive performance on stage. Wild performers Marc-Antoine Barbier (guitar), Thierry Malépart (guitar, keyboards), Tommy Bélisle (keyboards), Philippe Gauthier-Boudreau (drums) are led by the incandescent Félix Bélisle (vocals, bass), and joined by Foreign Diplomats’ Charles Primeau on bass.
Friday May 20 @8:05pm - Big Show - Loto-Québec Main Stage $