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“It buggers well”: a night at the Trans Musicales de Rennes – Trans Musicales 2022: all you need to know about the festival

It’s like a treasure hunt that begins, at the Parc Expo in Rennes, this Friday, December 9. Some are there with friends, as a couple or as a family, and there is always one to lead the troupe with, in hand, the Holy Grail of Trans Musicales: programming. Quickly, as soon as a concert is over, you pull out your paper or the application to see where to continue. With 22 artists, dispatched in 3 halls and the Greenroom, as well as the happenings of Dalle Béton, there is enough to lose your head. Each artist, however, knows how to find his audience.

Of all styles

As soon as the Parc Expo opened, the crowd slipped into Hall 3 to listen to Sarakiniko’s mud pop. The guitars creak, a hypnotic waltz that makes some people soar, but displeases Marie: “I prefer when they are softer”. What about the crazy energy of Albi X, German rapper, already programmed the day before at the Floor? ” It’s heavy ! “.

Change of atmosphere in hall 8, where the trumpeter of Eritrean origin, Hermon Mehari and the singer Faytinga make the public dance. Each musician on stage offers a moment of solo, makes the moment last, and attracts thunderous applause. “It was amazing! “, breathes, eyes wide amazed, a young teenager to his father. Vincent, who is living his seventh edition of the Trans Musicales, is just as won over.

The crush of the night

He has just found three of his friends, at the tables in Hall 5, including Lucie, with seventeen editions of Trans Musicales on the clock: “Even eight months pregnant, she was there! “. They had dispersed to see different groups. Maximilien, for example, leaves the concert of ?atellites, an Israeli pop group with Turkish influences: “It was brilliant! “. Same story, three tables further. Guirec notes: “It was even completely full. I have friends who couldn’t get into the room.

“I loved Porchlight”, shares Vincent, relying instead on British rock, almost experimental. “They are very young but the singer has a great voice”. The five young Englishmen from Brighton will have caused a sensation. Rock, punk, they mix electric guitar, choppy vocals, melodic voice, electro notes. So, do you like it? “It sucks well! “, we shout at the back. “The voice is not my style at all”, regrets another. It’s a fusion that still knew how to shake the audience in hall 3. Faced with the ovations, the singer can’t help but let out an “It’s mental”, it’s crazy, under the adrenaline-fuelled laughter of other members.

Dances and discoveries

“The Trans Musicales is that, it’s only groups that you don’t know, and you leave with crushes”, appreciates Thomas. This is its sixth edition since 2009, “it’s only good memories”. Guirec, he is celebrating his 10th Trans. He adds with a laugh: “The end of the evening, we remember it a little less”. The more time goes by, the more the crowds swell in front of the stages in the halls of the Parc Expo. So as not to lose sight of each other, some compete in originality: in the audience of Kid Kapichi, an English rock band, butterfly-shaped balloons float in the air. Others will have opted for luminous garlands, wrapped around the body.

Not very discreet, but effective, they do not especially prevent dancing on the sunny rhythms of Ayom or the captivating guitar of Jan Verstraeten. Hall 8 is never empty, except to go and bustle on the old rock of the Irish women of Dea Matrona. Steps of samba are followed by pogos and other uninhibited dances, while the bravest continue to hover, until the last hour, on the techno under acid of the Israelis of Beatfoot. With, always, the programming in hand: what’s next? See you tomorrow, and the year after, and…

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