Trilogy live release concert!
Lady Linn aka Lien De Greef now has five full albums to her name. Over the years she has garnered a golden and a platinum album, 3 MIA’s & a Radio 2 Summer Hit and re-confirmed that she’s an established name in the Belgian music scene.
It’s also long been no secret that her unique voice is suited to all sorts of music styles. That was once again proven in her new “trilogy”, a series of three EPs – ‘I’m Fine’, ‘Sea of Trees’ and ‘Nocturne’ – that each tell their own tale. The common theme throughout the 3 EPs: her deep affinity with jazz, soul and electronic dance. The first EP ‘I’m Fine’ was released in the spring, we have to wait a little longer for the other EPs.
Lady Linn is a songwriter who always works from emotions and you can feel that throughout the entire trilogy.
It turned out to be a very versatile trilogy, one in which she draws on a very diverse range of influences and in which she digs into musical history in a modern, original manner.
Musically, there is a clear evolution in the trilogy. The arrangements are sober and refined, with an almost fully electronic sound from Linn’s JX-03 on the first EP ‘I’m Fine’, with fine contributions from Gustaph, Gregory Frateur and producer Frederik Segers. On ‘Sea of Trees’ we head into the fuller sound of a complete band with the dreamy and warm analogue synths of Joris Caluwaerts. On ‘Nocturne’ we find an organic, energetic sixties sound with a starring role for her partner & bassist Filip Vandebril and partners in crime: The Magnificent Seven, Frederik Heirman as arranger and Jan Chantrain on the dials.
Live, as ever, Lady Linn is surrounded by her fantastic and versatile Magnificent Seven, but she also invites a few special guests: Gregory Frateur (singer of Dez Mona) and producer & singer-songwriter Gustaph will join her on stage.
The Magnificent Seven are: Stef Caers (piano), Filip Vandebril (bass), Simon Segers (drum), Yves Fernandez (trumpet), Marc De Maeseneer (saxophone), Frederik Heirman (trombone)