Performance type: 
1 h

​Lyrical and captivating protest music on the dance floor.

Dillon's artist career began when she published a few videos of her own songs online. Soon, the industry and an increasing number of fans discovered a new indie darling with a distinctive expression.

Today, the Brazilian singer, songwriter, and pianist has released four albums, performed her own concert at the Berliner Festspiele, and composed music for Hamlet. Dillon is based in Berlin and comes to Landmark with music from her newest album 6abotage.

'6abotage is a true hybrid; a love letter, a cry for help, and a consequence all in one,' Dillon explains.

The album was created in close artistic collaboration with the Greek-German producer and artist Alexis Troy. The songs protest against stereotypes and prejudices but are also about vulnerability, forgiveness, and growth. Dillon's genre is her own; it has been called hypnotic frost-pop, electro R&B, and much more. The result is dark, warm, danceable, and as characteristic as Dillon herself.

Photo: Simon Habegger


  • Dillon vocal, keys​

In collaboration with

Bergen kunsthall