27.12.2022 #kulturlxnews #music #pop rock

Press corner - Pop/rock (2022)

What did the international press say about Luxembourg artists in 2022? With live shows starting to come back this year after the pandemic, artists impressed the media not only online but through their live shows. 


“Wolf Alice’s darker ego… absolute goosebumps.”  – BBC Radio 1, Future Artists

“Francis of Delirium proved to be one of the most impressive revelations of [Iceland Airwaves]. These were visceral, invigorating performances, some of the best of Airwaves 2022 — and a promising glimpse of whatever Francis might pursue on their debut album.” – Stereogum

“Francis of Delirium brings a moody, yet driving alt-rock sound.” – KEXP

Additional support from: Consequence, DIY Mag, PASTE, BFF.FM, Get In Her Ears, Europavox, Beats Per Minute, The Current, Ghettoblaster Magazine, Dork, and many more.



“What is fascinating about ROME, beyond this dark poetry and this mix of influences between song, minimalist martial industrial and neofolk, is their ability to always renew themselves and try new things without ever losing their listeners or radically transforming themselves.” – VerdamMnis Magazine

“Hegemonikon is only 37 minutes in length, but the 11 songs that are on offer provide a stunningly unique and interesting blend of electronica, industrial, folk, and post-punk synths. It’s evident that Reuter has no boundaries or limits, his creativity unbounded.” – Metal Talk

“Jérôme Reuter’s popularity shows that you don’t have to shout to be noticed. His strength continues to be the quiet, thought-provoking tones, in an increasingly noisy world where people find it difficult to listen properly at all.”

Additional support from: Plastichead,,,, Velvet Thunder, Metal Italia, Amboss Mag, Metal Observer, and many more.



“In May 2022, her new EP takes a new and interesting direction for a musician in constant evolution, with a passage through hyperpop, a galaxy where Charli XCX and the genius A.G Cook evolve, among others.”  – Europavox

„Bubblegum“: C’est Karma about sandpit friendships. DIFFUS Mag

“Somewhere between Fever Ray and Adrienne Lenker is the right place for finely knitted pop songs like “Fist Fight” or “Industrial Salt”. Great things are coming our way!” – Kronen Zeitung

Additional support from: Süddeutsche Zeitung, Bedroomdisco, Nothing But Hope And Passion, Tonspion, L’EssentiART, Glamglare, Beats Per Minute, SWR 3,  GQ Germany and more.



“The Luxembourgish band TUYS experiments with their sound, which lies somewhere between indie rock, psych pop and rousing dance rock with driving synthesizers and distorted basslines. Indie hooks that go straight to the legs and mixed with raw tones.”  FluxFM

Additional support from: Bedroomdisco, Frontstage Magazine, Visual Atelier 8, and Musikfreitag.



“Focus from EDSUN, whose catalogue we are now discovering, is a ray of auditory sunshine that goes straight to your heart.” – Iggy Magazine



“The magic of this project lies in the fact that its captivating music emerges from the connection that the artist on the rise experiences with the cosmos. With her band, Priscila harvests an innovative sound signature that allows her to create what resonates deep within her soul.” Metal Digest



“Built on a driving, speaker-shaking bass line, “Good Shit” makes room for a slow-burning, minimalistic delivery from Maz.” Dusty Organ



“His new single is the next step that could make him a big name.” Dansende Bere