Thu 22 04, 18:00
"MELE is pop music in an alternative and different way. Even I come back to myself," said actor Klaus Kinski. God forbid! He said the bad word. But Mozart was also pop music. Not that MELE claims to be like Mozart. Neither MELE, nor her band, look particularly good in red velvet three-quarter pants.
Because pop is not just pop. And MELE is a shrewd observer of her environment. The lyrics are a cool look through
actually so friendly-trusting brown eyes at what happens to everyone: Wanting, not being able, resigning and then calling "now more than ever". Without pathos. But with a wink. "Music to kick through the table," Gandhi once said.
Marlene grew up in the Stuttgart area and moved to Osnabrück to study. There MELE is born as her alter ego and the first songs are written. Songs like "Monogamie" or "deine cousine" quickly make it clear: MELE does not does not mince words.
The concert with MELE takes place within the framework of the funding project " c/o pop 2021-musichubgermany" and is supported by the Initiative Musik gemeinnützige Projektgesellschaft GmbH with project funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.