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DUF-STUFF

DUF-STUFF (Dancing Under Funk - STUFF) is a new electric Funk and R&B band based in Singapore, composed of five international musicians with an overall experience of more than twenty years in the music industry. DUF-STUFF consists of: Mayzire a professional and powerful vocalist, entertainer, singer/songwriter and vocal coach from The Netherlands; Fritz, a professional and talented singer from the Philippines with experience as lead vocalist in several Asian countries; Vimal an energetic Singaporean percussionist and drummer with a baggage of professional music experience in Singapore as well as in various music festivals overseas; Eugene, a tireless bass guitar player from Singapore who has worked with several bands and industry veterans, contributing to a myriad of albums including regional major label releases; and Enrico from Italy, an electric-funk guitarist who has more than 20 years of experience with live music performances in Italy, UK (London) and Singapore. This energetic and seasoned mix of musicians combines heterogeneous music-styles and different upbringings into a fresh and electrifying Funk and R&B blend that is DUF-STUFF.

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Time Machine
23.11 in Geneva

No need to introduce them anymore! With more than 700 shows to date, Geneva based Time Machine is recognized today as one of the best and most entertaining live Swiss bands, especially after its numerous successes at the Montreux Jazz Festival!
Much more than a simple cover band, Time Machine puts on a dynamic and festive live show based on the best 70’s and 80’s disco-funk and soul hits. A must see!

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Kolmoset
06.12 in Lausanne

Kolmoset (brelan in Finnish) was formed on a stroke of luck: on their arrival in Lausanne in September 2015, the three young French people who came to study at the Haute Ecole de Musique moved into the same residence. The idea of playing together is born naturally enough. Informal sessions become rehearsals in which, like a rock band, compositions and arrangements are created collectively. The trio takes advantage of the flexibility of its formula without harmonic instrument (inspired by the trio of Sonny Rollins, Ornette Coleman or the FLY group) to approach the interaction in a playful way, focusing on everyone's listening and proposals. The repertoire is built around this idea of play, mixing re-readings of standards, original compositions and free improvisations.