Discover those who have made it to the top!
This energetic band from Dole started as a trio composed of Sarah as a singer, Thomas as a guitarist and beatboxer, and Cléo as a bass player. They were later joined by drummer Adélie and named their band Soundcellar, after a conservatory. Embracing rock and soul influences, their music delivered a powerful magnetic performance, plunging their audience into a dreamy music journey. That way, Soundcellar's originality and energy guaranteed their place at the top of the podium.
Wheobe is a made-up word created and chose by Swann (lead vocals), Ivanoé (guitar), Matthias (bass guitar) and Matthieu (drums) to name their band. Their music delivers an impressive mixture, somewhere between 70's psych rock, a fresh indie rock and a catchy alt rock vibes. Oscillating between Radiohead and Black Midi, the combo proves to be a winner both by its ardor and its bewitching live.
This young and energetic band from Gent started as a duo between Emma Demoor and Gonzalo Temmermans, but recently were joined by drummer Rune De Groote and guitarist Tijl Coorevits, creating the Ventus sound.
The band, all students at MUDA, composes catchy pop songs, focusing meticulously on their lyrics and message. Ventus’ influences include artists such as Aurora, Trixie Whitley, Agnes Obel, and Oh Wonder. They create dreamy Indie pop aimed at touching the souls of their audience!
Jesa presents a unique Zimbabwean vibe for every tribe, with a powerful dynamic that plays out between their two lead singers Leah, an operatic soulstress and Alfred, whose gruff but warm tones provide the perfect counterpoint to which the band grooves you along an African journey through love and life.
Moody, insightful and full of raw emotion, Gustaf Modin is a Swedish singer-songwriter with a whole lot to give. Self-reflective lyrics give way to a difficult youth that always shines a light on the rays of hope that line those dark clouds.