HONEY DIJON + DENIS SULTA + MAMIKO MOTTO
Show : 22:00
Tickets for the Honey Dijon show will give you free entrance to the exhibition: Remix Identity (valid from the 02th of April until the 8th of April included)
DO YOU CLUB? – This concert is part of the Rockhal Electro line-up ‘DO YOU CLUB?’. Find all our electro shows on rockhal.lu/electro
ROCKHAL in association with ESCH2022 presents: HONEY DIJON + DENIS SULTA
as part of the outreach programme of the exhibition Hacking Identity – Dancing Diversity (27.02 – 15.05.2022)
HONEY DIJON (US):
Chicago raised, New York infused, Honey Dijon has a folio reaching beyond her extensive global nightclub bookings. She’s gate-crashed into artistry, sociology, fashion and the rights of the individual. She is queer to the bone. As a recording artist, she helmed an audacious debut record, 2017’s The Best of Both Worlds. Recent remix credits include rewiring old classics for Blancmange and Neneh Cherry while sprucing up the latest work of Lady Ga Ga and – yes, ma’am – MADONNA.
DENIS SULTA (UK):
Cheveux blonds platine, tenues colorées à l’image de sa techno groovy aux sonorités house, le prince écossais à l’ascension fulgurante ne laisse personne indifférent. Toute droit venue de Glasgow, la vibe Denis Sulta s’abbat sur le continent, propageant son énergie unique et inébranlable. Le jeune phénomène par sa flamboyance son audace et son impétuosité exprime à chacune des ces apparitions sa vision moderne de la musique tout comme celle de l’identité.
MAMIKO MOTTO (LT):
Mamiko is known for her music connoisseurship and diverse curation and mixing of different styles together to build sonic narratives that transport audiences, whether in a museum, an intimate event or a super club.
From organising and curating Music shows in Tokyo, Paris, Brussels, London, New York & LA, as well as at Tate Britain and the Royal Albert Hall to Music direction for high end Fashion Labels including Burberry, Versace, Nasty Gal and Leo; and featured on It’s Nice That, Vogue, and Dazed and Confused . Playing gigs alongside Gilles Peterson, Benji B, Kraftwerk, Flying Lotus and Kelis and many more as well as a long term collaborator with Hudson Mohawke. Mamiko Motto has a vast knowledge of cinematic scores, jazz fusion, hip hop, disco, house and techno, blending them together with a craftsmanship that can surprise and delight in any environment through a deep connection with her audience.