Berlin-based South African band Bye Beneco, with its sparkling kaleidoscope of dreamy indie pop interspersed with cosmic disco and neon psychedelic sounds, will collaborate with celebrated Swiss musician Reverend Beat-Man.
Reverend Beat-Man plays guitar and drums, performing "a flow of sound unique to him, offering his many listeners a sacrament of rock'n'roll, gospel trash, surreal folk and wild blues." This crossover will undoubtedly be something hot and explosive.
Bye Beneco, a band of multi-talented musicians from Johannesburg, is fronted by Lenny-Dee Doucha. They are revered for their unique blend of indie-pop and dreamlike disco. The band has had several successful European tours since 2016, having performed at renowned international festivals such as Primavera (BCN) and Stimmen (DE).
Beat Zeller, better known as Reverend Beat-Man, is a Swiss musician, DJ and record company owner. Among other projects that he fronts, he plays as a one-man band around the world. He has toured extensively throughout Europe, the US, UK, Japan and South America. Beat-Man founded Voodoo Rhythm Records in 1992, a Bern-based label hosting dozens of great artists. With all of his accomplishments as a solo artist, band-leader and supporter of alternative music, he continues to be an icon of the Swiss underground/alternative music scene.