On this rainy Monday, let’s take a look back at two amazing live shows that kept our feet warm right before the Halloween shenanigans. If you missed out on Kali Uchis and Petit Biscuit’ stunning performances, now is your chance to catch up!

Kali Uchis at L’Olympia

On October 17th, the sulfurous Hispanic dazzled us with her incontestable swag. Far from being another pop Barbie doll, Kali Uchis is a genuine diva. On stage, she mesmerized us with her sexy, jazzy voice and her smooth dance moves. Along with her very talented musicians, she embarked us on a journey to the Golden Sixties and reconciled us with the Noughties‘ squareness. This anachronism is handled with a lot of class and the use of outdated, outmoded sounds is highly effective. Karly-Marina Loaiza has the power of making a vivid fever dream come true, taking her audience to a surrealist, kitsch telenova as she oscillates from bedroom pop to reggaeton, lo-fi, and slick funk. We will definitely keep track of her artistic achievements as her career reaches stratospheric heights.

Kali Uchis Live Show

Kali Uchis Live Show

 

Petit Biscuit at MTELUS

France has always been a force in the electronic music scene and Petit Biscuit is undoubtedly one of its most successful rising stars. Following the path of his muses, Flume, Bonobo, and the XX, among others, Mehdi Benjelloun developed an ethereal live show. The atmospheric hues and tones of his meandrous music, along with the celestial visuals, brought his audience on an odyssey beyond the sky. It was a solid vibe from start to finish and we could feel that the young prodigy of French electro has a strong desire for tangible praise over faceless digital acclaim. His communicative energy set the crowd on fire as he showed us a darker, more mature side of his personality. We expect to see big things from this name in the years to come as his artistic vision continues to bloom.

Petit Biscuit Live Show

Petit Biscuit Live Show

Don’t miss out, check out our top picks for the upcoming weeks!

Photo Credits: Olympia de Montréal, Sarah Duvivier