Radiooooo.com Launch Party

Le Perchoir


A large wall entirely piqué with flowers as a photocall: We were not in the mirror box of a DIor parade but at the Perchoir for the big Radiooooo launch party. A few hours earlier, Mia Moretti had arrived from London to participate in the floral composition of Noemi Ferst, one of the pretty heads of this musical project foufoufou.

After months and months of waiting, Benjamin Moreau’s Arlésienne, half-Kolkoz, is finally on canvas. Radiooooo.com is a journey through time and space initiated by a band of music lovers born in the Baron, and the promise of musical discoveries out of the ordinary, H24, according to mood.

By clicking on the world map, will open to you a breathtaking playlist mixing rarities and big hits of the decade. A decade that you will have previously chosen, by simple click, in the century deployed on the historical frieze. So you can find out what was heard in Berlin before the fall of the Wall, in New York during Black Thursday, in Congo in the 60’s or around the Forbidden City under Mao’s China. A delight possible thanks to the ant work of the creators of the webradio with five’o’s, which will be enriched over time through contributors from around the globe. Not forgetting the support of his benefactor, the gallery owner Emmanuel Perrotin.

After an evening of lives in the basements of the Ghost and the night of wild display that ravaged the immaculate walls of the IXth Arr. last week, Success Events entered the adventure to concoct THE real launch party in the floors of the Perchoir. A night of concerts and meetings with Radiomarais, hosted by two Marco familiar with the task, Prince and Dos Santos. On the programme: The Empress, Yann Destal, Nash, Ornette, Winston Mc Anuff, Yarol Poupaud, -M-, Selim and Fixi. That’s a nice start. Welcome to our lives, Radiooooo!


Photos: Astrid Jamois
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