SUPERORGANISM - DYLAN CARTLIDGE

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Tuesday
13
September 2022
  • Rotonde
19:30
TICKET 20.5
PREVENTE 17.5
BOTACARTE 14.5
PRESALE NEWSLETTER BOTA 17.5
PRESALE NEWSLETTER BOTACARTE 14.5
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Tickets on sale 16.03 - 10:00

When

Tue. 13 Sep, 2022

Where

  • Rotonde

Doors

19:30

Organiser

Botanique
"An explosion of bubble-gum hooks, wild production ideas and genuinely poignant reflections about growing up."
New York Times

When the first Superorganism music was uploaded in 2017, the reaction was anything but tepid. The group’s in-your-face aesthetic — a post-everything mishmash of psychedelic indie pop and fizzy, funky electronica — quickly began to resonate; inaugural track “Something For Your M.I.N.D.” was co-signed by Frank Ocean less than a month after it popped up on Soundcloud. Early buzz sent the messageboard rumor mill into hyperdrive, inciting speculation that Superorganism was the conceptual-pop project of an older rock band, or maybe a virtual avatar for some big-name celebrity. Some online skeptics wondered if frontman Orono — the Japanese singer-songwriter who linked with the internationally-based collective’s other members via the internet while matriculating at a New England high school — even existed at all.

Superorganism - It's Raining feat. Stephen Malkmus & Dylan Cartlidge
Superorganism - Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

DYLAN CARTLIDGE

Originaire d'une petite ville du nord-est de l'Angleterre Dylan Cartlidge a fait son apparition sur la scène musicale avec son premier EP « Love Spoons / Strawberry Blonde's Snip » en 2018 chez Glassnote Music. Dylan possède un talent sans équivoque pour déconstruire et subvertir les genres. Après s’être produit sur les scènes du Glastonbury et du SXSW, il ouvrira le show lors du passage de Superorganism au Botanique

Dylan Cartlidge - Anything Could Happen
Tuesday
13
September 2022
TICKET 20.5
PREVENTE 17.5
BOTACARTE 14.5
PRESALE NEWSLETTER BOTA 17.5
PRESALE NEWSLETTER BOTACARTE 14.5
Buy tickets

Extra information

Tickets on sale 16.03 - 10:00