Stimmen Festival — May the Muse / Kayam
The trade press celebrates May the Muse for her "intense creativity" (Clash) and her "bewitching vocals" (The Line of Best Fit). The singer and songwriter with German, Danish, and Afro-American roots was born Désirée Dorothy Mishoe in Bad Nauheim. Growing up in Belgium, she discovered music for herself at an early age. Her search for balance and inner equilibrium in the hustle and bustle of the big city inspires her songs, in which echoes of Sade, Morcheeba, and Zero 7, as well as surprisingly powerful guitar sounds can be found.
The siblings Kim and Mike Rauss make music together as KAYAM, which they affectionately call Falafel-Pop. This unusual genre is characterized by a fusion of musical styles, lots of love, and an almost obsessive preoccupation with chickpeas. KAYAM is where Israeli folklore meets jazz, funk, folk, and more. The duo's songs are atmospheric and captivating, playing with technical possibilities and offering room for improvisation.
Tickets are € 25 for adults and € 12.50 for kids ages 6-12.