Laura Loriga + Max And The Tygers
Singer, songwriter, composer and pianist from Bologna, who in the last ten years has developed her work between Italy and the United States. Her writing is based on piano, organ and voice, and it is often enriched by other electric and acoustic elements. The result is a series of dark and variegated compositions, whose roots belong to folk and classical tradition as well as to experimentation.
Laura just presented Vever, a fourth album written in New York between 2018 and 2020 (released by Ears & Eyes Records and God Unknown Records), which features among others the collaboration of Josh Werner, Otto Hauser, Anni Rossi and Janis Brenner.
Max And The Tygers is Agathe Max’s Pop with an edge project, featuring Jem Doulton on drums and Marion Andrau on bass. Max is known for her experimental violin work, but in this new band she is playing the guitar and singing. The influences are 60’s to 90’s female rockers, still with a personal approach and honesty about not being a usual song writer. Also supporting the animal cause, the aim of the project is to raise funds for the protection of wild tigers through wwf organisation.