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Di 8.10. 20h

Aniiml - Frauenpower aus Los Angeles


Kulturbrücken Jungbusch e.V.

Böckstr.21, 68159 Mannheim

Die aus Kanada stammende und in LA lebende Künstlerin ANIIML schafft es mit ihrer Musik ein Gänsehaut Feeling zu hinterlassen. Sie zieht das Publikum mit einer theatralischen Mischung aus Witch-Pop, Gothic-R&B und Indie Music in ihren Bann. Tragende Elemente ihrer Musik sind elektronische Klanglandschaften, welche durch das donnern der Drums untermalt werden. Dabei scheut sie nicht davor mit ihrem Sound und den Visuals zu polarisieren.

Whether her music has slipped into your consciousness behind hit TV shows (Fox’s Lucifer, The Royals, VICE, Wentworth, VICELAND, The Fosters, So You Think You Can Dance, Mustangs FC, Reed Krakoff adds), or from her own visually stunning live multi-media concerts, ANML’s message is strong, her voice is quirkily recognizable, and her passion is contagious. This Canadian born, LA based singer/songwriter/producer isn’t afraid to walk the edge in sound and in vision.
Puking rainbows, gun to head, exploding animals, human road kill, a pregnant woman on a cross… she will put herself in the way of comfort in order to bring her message, vision and feelings into the forefront, displayed through her lovingly charming Canadian personality. From her numerous television and trailer placements, her stunningly intense live show featuring 3 drummers a small choir and a 3d mapped human size cage, to her provocative videos and photography, ANML brings a genre best described as "hardcore witch pop".

“Incredibly Powerful” – BuzzFeed
“A perfect marriage of sound and vision” – Tasty
“Encapsulating the glory of shadows like Bjork, or Lykke Li but also embracing bod pop vibes” – Line of Best Fit
“She reminds me of Florence and the Machine, but goth-er.” – Listen Dammit
“Kind of sound like…Adele turning into a dark queen amongst an ancient ritual in a modern Detroit trap club owned by Marilyn Manson” – Mostly Midwest
“A wondrous state of sonic bliss” – Highwire Daze

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