The innovative music forum for independent artists!

“The whole idea of Show-me is to create a space for encounters with professionals and to give key understanding and real tools to artists”

Blick Bassy

Thanks to the internet, you’d think anyone could become famous. But getting into top gear by organising international tours remains complicated. Show-me makes it easier to get there.”

Elisabeth Stoudmann

New formula

The first live and digital festival, Show-me, reinvents itself by relying even more on digital technology. This Franco-Swiss project proposes a unique and original offer: an inclusive event, a place of reflection and support as well as a creative space for 10 Do It Yourself artists. To support this community in the making, two renowned artists have agreed to sponsor the 2021 Show-me selection: Elina Duni, and Vicelow (Saïan Supa Crew).

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They prefer to talk about shows rather than concerts. This is normal since this duo – made up of Alexinho, a beatboxer from Nantes, and Maras, from Bordeaux – loves music as much as poetry, theater and plastic arts.After a first six-track EP, “Le sixième verre”, Maras unveils today the colors of “L’Espace-temps”, recorded in...

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A soft voice that echoes itself, beats and loops, lyrics in French, English and Tigrinia that evoke a dark universe with an undeniable freshness: Segen’s strength is her vulnerability. “Vulnerability as a cure” is the credo of this young Eritrean singer from Geneva, who studied in a choir. Her first digital EP released in 2020...

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With a Master’s degree in composition from the University of Arts in Bern, Lakiko seeks to awaken buried parts of human consciousness through her music. Lana Kostic uses her cello and her magnificent voice to take us on a stroll through her soft and dark universe. She studies how brainwaves react to music and uses...

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victor marc

Multi-instrumentalist and autodidact, the Lyonnais Victor Marc, proposes a singular and surprising indie-pop music of Anglo-Saxon inspiration. Between old-school rock, folk and urban music, he plays solo, accompanied by a virtual orchestra concentrated in a looper. Thanks to nonchalant reverb effects, a vintage guitar sound, lyrics largely in English punctuated here and there by a...

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