May 23

Anomalie + Shrimpnose


Union Stage All Ages
Doors 7PM | Show 8PM

About the event


Anomalie is the live electronic project of Nicolas Dupuis, a keyboardist and producer based in Montreal, QC. 

Rising to worldwide fame after the release of his two EPs, Metropole Part I and Part II, Dupuis begins the next stage of his career with his debut single, “Bond,” off his upcoming debut full-length album, Galerie, set for spring 2022. This new chapter includes the announcement of the Galerie World Tour, featuring new arrangements with the Anomalie Live band, coming to 22+ cities all over the globe. 

Galerie marks brand new sonic directions and for the first time ever, vocal collaborations – all the while staying true to the sound that has built a worldwide fanbase and remains unmistakably Anomalie. His music innovatively combines cutting-edge electronic production, jazz, and classical harmonies, virtuoso keyboard skills, and an undeniably raw funk groove connecting it all together. This places his career in a singular position. His public cosigns include an eclectic mix of music heavyweights (Charlie Puth, Chromeo, D Smoke, and Snarky Puppy), and his fanbase is a mix of the new jazz scene (Louis Cole, Keifer), the soulful beats scene (FKJ, Masego), and the post-dubstep electronic scene (Griz, Odesza). 

Dupuis has a lot to reflect upon the success that got him here. By the end of 2020, Anomalie sold out two world tours (North America, European, and Asia) with his intricate 4-piece live band, grew his online following in the millions across social media, and performed at the likes of Red Rocks, Montreal Jazz Festival, and Electric Forest Festival. Most impressively, he’s achieved all of this as an independent artist.


Shrimpnose walks the line between hope and dejection. Over the last 100 years he has devoted himself to creating a visceral, jagged audio landscape to whisk the listener through the emotions of life – high and low and everything between. To Shrimpnose, the imperfect defines beauty, and his dissonant guitar and loose percussion emulates that.

Shrimp has been releasing his fractured, analog soundscapes independently and with Los Angeles label, Dome of Doom.

This show is at Union Stage

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740 Water Street SW
Washington, DC 20024