Oct 21, 2022

What The France X Kili Presents | The next live event in London with Silly Boy Blue, UTO & Quasi Qui

The latest edition of London’s newest French music night is coming to London in November. What The France has once again partnered with promoters Kilimanjaro live to bring you a new showcase of emerging Made in France artists. Three new ‘Made in France’ artists will be performing together in the UK for the first time at the Courtyard Theatre on 24th November 2022.

Tickets are available here

The artists

Silly Boy Blue is the stage of name of French indie pop singer Ana Benabdelkarim. Her debut album, Breakup Songs, features 12 songs, some of which feature only guitar and voice. Others are given a magical touch by the richness of the rhythms and arrangements, thanks to production work from Apollo Noir and Sam Tiba from the group Club Cheval. This year she was nominated for a Victoires de Musique award (the French equivalent of the Brits).

UTO are a duo from Paris who sound like they might be from outer space. Their debut album Touch The Lock is chic and alien, rhythm-centric yet diaphanous and ghostly. Described variously as witchpop, dreampop and trip hop, they mine a rich seam of 90’s British music from the peripheries, with added je ne sais quoi.

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A Made In France Selection By UTO

A selection of made in France tracks, carefully handpicked by UTO. Listen now

Quasi Qui, the latest signing to French label Microqlima, is the new alt-pop project from Yehan Jehan and his sister Zadi. Their utopian/dystopian sci-fi vision, with its British synthpop and American pop influences like Quincy Jones, has already earned them plays on BBC 6 Music and Radio 1.


A Made In France Selection By Quasi Qui

Listen to a selection of made in France tracks, carefully handpicked by Quasi Qui. Listen now