Studio 150 Bethlehemkerk & Amarte Studio Concerts presents:

MADOUX:

Lotte Slangen – Vocals

Bram Peters – Drums

Jerôme Lenders – Bass Synth/Guitar

Thomas Beekwilder – Guitar

Mirthe de Jonge – Cello

MADOUX

March, 30th 2022
Start time: 20.00u
Doors open: 19.15u

Dutch indie artist MADOUX, a singer/songwriter who crafts dark and dreamy alt-pop songs,  is about to coil you into her lush and hypnotizing musical reality that takes you to discover light and darkness and every shade in between. MADOUX is releasing her debut EP in 2021 titled “Leave me Blind”. She started writing songs in her tiny teenage bedroom after picking up the old, classical guitar her grandfather had left her. However it was Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here” that turned her life around by striking a chord so deep that she realized music would be at the heart of her life moving forward.
 
After releasing her first couple of singles and being an artist in lockdown it’s time for her first body of work to see the light.  The Leave me Blind EP is merely autobiographical and talks about a range of subjects such as trust issues, loneliness, losing yourself in someone else, wanting to escape from reality and daring to rely on your own instincts. MADOUX explains; The songs on the Leave me Blind EP come from when I was in a darker place. I struggled with a lot of things from my past and writing about it helped me slowly let go of it all. For me listening to a song that perfectly describes how you are feeling, gives a certain solace, the feeling that you’re not the only person on the planet experiencing it. I hope that my songs can do this for someone else. 
 
For her first EP MADOUX teamed up with Amsterdam-based producer Benjamin Rheinlander (Celine Cairo, Dave Buddha) and producer Jerome Lenders ( CCIITTYY and Elle Hollis)  Together they started working diligently on the MADOUX sound – a moody mix of dreamy acoustic instruments, deep electronica and analog synths layered with her distinctively ethereal, spellbinding vocals.

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