Vladimir Cauchemar with Lunice and guests

16 June, 2022 | 18:30 to 23:00 | Saint-Laurent QUB musique Stage

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MURAL Festival presented by Fizz
Saint-Laurent QUB musique stage concert series

Vladimir Chauchemar
Ouri (DJ set)
Hologramme (DJ set)

After a return more than noticed with his tracks “Aulos” and “Aulos Reloaded” Feat. 6ix9ine, Vladimir Cauchemar goes from the grave to the rave by opening (G)RAVE, the second chapter of the trilogy for flute that he composed in 548 for the funeral of Theodebert. Behind the mask, hides also an exceptional producer very close to the new European rap scene, we owe him recently the co-production of the hits “1000°” and “Trop Beau” of Lomepal, 7 tracks on the last album of Romeo Elvis “Chocolat”, and many others such as Orelsan, Joke… To be continued…

Born and raised in the city of Montreal, Canadian Artist, Producer and DJ, Lunice is a disciple of Hip Hop. Coming up on break beats and trying his hand at nearly all of the elements, from graffiti to breakdancing, Hip Hop has always been a part of his artistic expression. In 2012, Lunice released a critically – acclaimed, self – titled EP on Warp as TNGHT – a collaboration project with close friend and sonic visionary Hudson Mohawke. Following this project, Lunice released his debut solo studio Album, CCCL X in 2017. That same year, he also released a collaborative EP with legendary hip hop producer The Alchemist, Moving Parts. In the Fall of 2019, Lunice and Hudson Mohawke re-connected to create their second project as TNGHT, titled II.

Ouri grew up in France, in a family of mixed french and afro-carribean descent. A self proclaimed introvert who’d rather dash off on her own than feel disconnected in the wrong crowd. She arrives in Montreal at the age of 16 to pursue a degree in composition. Montreal’s rave scene is where her artistry began to take shape – establishing herself in the community as a producer, DJ, and composer.

Hologramme is Canadian producer and composer Clément Leduc’s musical brainchild. Defined by a constant search for love in things, his music translates into unique dreamlike and cinematic soundscapes using warm synths, intricate textures and deep basslines. Hologramme’s collaboration with visual geniuses Baillat Studio made a huge impression in 2020 with the release of two music videos for his last singles, Alaska and Préface. Collaborations are at the center of Hologramme’s workflow, his latest work features Lunice, Fakear, Robert Robert, Ouri, Dominique Fils-Aimé, Claudia Bouvette and Geoffroy among others.