After years of releasing singles, the Haitian producer Michael Brun is preparing to release his first album. In the early s, during the heady days when EDM was clobbering its way into the global pop mainstream, you could have found Michael Brun holding down a set at any number of rave-centric festivals. But when he toured the U. These shows were a creative reintroduction of sorts — the stony dance music that fills Anglo arenas receded, giving way to the more complicated, syncopated rhythms that can be found in the musical traditions of Haiti. Eazi, out today; Lokal will follow on the 28th. Taken together, this marks an emphatic transformation for Brun, from one-time four-on-the-floor maven to transatlantic polymath aiding the spread of Caribbean hybrids throughout the U. Brun is on the board — as are Arcade Fire and Paul Oakenfold — but he found himself absorbing new musical language as if he were a student. With familiarity came a new interest. He was encouraged by the enthusiastic responses of artists from both camps — not only the Haitian singer Lakou Muzik but also the international dabbler Diplo.
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On Being with Krista Tippett. Flutist and vocalist Nathalie Joachim is a magnetic voice of one of the unexpected aspects of our globalized world — new generations reclaiming and falling in love anew with the places their parents left. Krista Tippett, host: Nathalie Joachim is a magnetic voice of one of the unexpected aspects of our globalized world — new generations reclaiming and falling in love anew with the places their parents left. Nathalie Joachim is a Brooklyn-based flutist and vocalist, and co-founder of the urban art-pop duo Flutronix. I interviewed her at the On Being Studios. Tippett: Well, I would like to start where I always start my conversations. And I wonder how you would talk about the spiritual or religious background of your childhood, however you would describe that.
Haitian producer Michael Brun is making waves for his country. The 25 year-old grew up in Haiti and came to the US for high school. After attending military school in Indiana on a scholarship, not exactly a hotbed for creativity, he broke out to pursue his dreams of making music professionally. Needless to say, he made the right decision. His first official show was for a crowd of 10,, and his successes have only multiplied since.
Small Axe 1 March ; 20 1 49 : 18— While Haitian popular music is inherently engaged in a process of constant evolution, this historical snapshot of archived Creole songs gives us a unique and complementary perspective on music and politics in the nineteenth century. Sign In or Create an Account. Advanced Search.