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Les Hotesses d’Hilaire

Music / Rock / Canada

Presented by: Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA)

Spanning five studio records, two live albums and a whole decade in music, Les Hôtesses d'Hillaire have not only given the Canadian rock landscape a new outlook or two, they have replanted entire forests of style. Feel free to pick out a couple out of an indefinable number of descriptors of the Moncton, New Brunswick’s quintet: rock – alternative, art, progressive, psychedelic, garage, hard and probably a lot more. Intoxicating like guitar music from 1965, complex like a concept album of the late 70s, epic like a rock opera of the early 80s and unconventionally produced in line with the DIY spirit of the entire 90s. Any further questions? The bottom line is: a little bit of everything, not too much of a single thing. These five Canadians have seen it all and know how to give their fusion of styles a sense of continuity, sounding like the reincarnation of Frank Zappa and Magma dressed as hostesses of the Hilton – wild, humorous and passionately experimental. Just kidding, a bit more serious perhaps. Or maybe not?

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Currently the band is looking for the following representation:

  • Booking: L'Igloo (France) / Manu : manu@ligloo.org

  • Label: Duprince


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