My Brightest Diamond

My Brightest Diamond

Labels
Ashtamtic Kitty, Differ-Ant
Pays
États-Unis
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Peu de gens sur terre sont capable d’être à la tête d’un groupe de rock, de chanter la Troisième Symphonie de Gorecki, de mener une fanfare dans la rue pendant le festival Sundance et de produire leur propre composition pour un opéra baroque, le tout dans un délai d’un mois. Mais Shara Worden en est capable.

Sa carrière aux multiples facettes en tant que My Brightest Diamond, qui a commencé avec un disque de rock indépendant acclamé, reflète son voyage dans le monde des arts de la scène. This Is My Hand, son quatrième album, marque un retour sûr à la musique rock, assuré par sa maîtrise de la composition et une nouvelle exploration dans l’univers électronique.

English

Detroit’s always had a special place in the heart of My Brightest Diamond’s Shara Nova. She was born in Arkansas, but moved around the country with her traveling evangelist family, landing her teen years in Ypsilanti, Michigan, a factory town about an hour outside of Detroit. It was there, listening to Detroit radio, that she honed her taste in music. These years later, the same creative magnetism that shaped Nova’s youth has pulled her back in to create A Million and One, a love letter to the city in the form of an electronic pop record. Inspired by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Patti Smith, Carl Craig and The White Stripes, Nova teamed up with producer The Twilite Tone (Common, Gorillaz, Kanye West) and mixing engineer Andrew Scheps (Adele, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lana Del Rey, Beyoncé) to create a stripped-down and visceral record. From the hypnotic pull of album opener “It’s Me On The Dance Floor” to electronic cacophony of “White Noise,” the record breaks new ground for My Brightest Diamond, certain to win over fans old and new.

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A million pearls