Singer, composer, musician and female soul of the Baustelle, Rachele Bastreghi is one of the most recognized and bewitching icons of the Italian pop-rock scene. Psychodonna, her first solo debut album, seems to distill the strongest rock sound of the famous group, back together in a very personal way, for a round-trip journey dedicated to female identity. «It’s a trip “outside of time”, of the moon and isolation, of poetry and distortion, of break dance and despair, of illuminated dawns and chaotic awakenings. It is a necessarily free song, made out of nonsense, of a thousand questions and a few answers, of love and dismay, of sweetness and nerves. It is delirium. It is humanity. It is a conscious and liberating dance in the mud. It is the music of a new possibility. Mine.», says Rachele.
A name borrowed from an old French erotic magazine, a sound of dreamy italo-disco, sensual and very catchy. Born in Rio de Janeiro and having lived first in Miami and then in Milan, Emmanuelle has conquered Italy by establishing herself as one of the most interesting DJs around. From radios to dance floors, from fashion (her music has appeared in the fashion shows of Fendi and Versace) to cinema (her song Italove is on the soundtrack of Dogman by Matteo Garrone) the chanteuse of disco soul presents an eclectic, nostalgic, sensual and dreamy live performance.