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■, Marlon Williams plays at Petit Campus in Montreal (57 Prince-Arthur E.) on Monday, March 5, 9 p.m., $18/$21.75. Marlon Williams: Yep, I feel the music scene there would have gone the way it had, earthquakes or not. Certains bavardaient, d’autres lisaient ou pianotaient sur leur téléphone portable. There’s a practical fatalism that goes into it. And I think it comes from my Māori background more than anything. ». « J’y ai aussi appris à me tenir tranquille ! Indeed, “Come to Me,” the opening track on the New Zealand troubadour’s acclaimed new LP Make Way for Love features the forlornly twangy guitar and rustic percussion you might expect from a rising folk star. Marlon Williams: I read an ethnomusicologist talking about how the area’s earthquakes gave rise to an artistic need to push against something. What was significant about the Elizabeth Sneyd was the evolution of the programme ‘from scratch’, her commitment to ensuring the programme will last well beyond her involvement, and her well-articulated vision for music to enable a more socially just and inclusive Aotearoa.”. ». It’s hard, because New Zealand has a pretty good track record to give voice and credence to indigenity, to the Māori culture in the music industry and other artistic avenues. How do you feel about that? You end up singing about certain things — your sense of place, your ties to the people and the language, and there’s less room for irony and nuance.

There are 39,203 known infections in the city right now. J’aimerais toucher un public en Europe, pour pouvoir revenir et ramener mes trois musiciens néo-zélandais avec moi », confie-t-il. CD album - février 2016 Plus que 2 en stock. But I think that’s bullshit.

Kyle Mullin: I’m unfamiliar with the identity politics of Māori people in New Zealand, though it’s been at the forefront here in Canada lately. Marlon Williams: It’s all about the humble victories when you’re on tour. On lui demande s’il faut ranger sa voix haute et puissante dans la country ou la folk, lui se voit comme un crooner. The opportunities provided for students and the great respect shown to them was humbling.

“It was an extremely hard job to pick a winner as all three finalists are clearly already winners in their communities. That’s why my first album was the way it was.

Marlon Williams: Just the openness in my singing, like I mentioned earlier. Les spectateurs du théâtre Jacques-Cœur ignoraient tout du grand jeune homme dégingandé, guitare en bandoulière, qui a surgi devant eux sur scène. People really got on board with Aldous Harding’s first record, and a whole influx of other singer-songwriters began to think there’s something in the water there. Marlon Williams (born 31 December 1990) is a New Zealander singer-songwriter, guitarist and actor based in Melbourne, Australia. Nul doute que Bourges aura été une étape décisive. There’s something in their openness and willingness to commit to singing that I’ve always related to. « La musique européenne dépasse les clivages sociaux, elle cherche à atteindre tous les publics, sans créer de barrières. To vote for your favourite Montreal people and things in the Best of MTL reader’s poll, click here. « J’y ai appris l’acoustique naturelle ; à produire des sons qui atteignent l’autre côté de la cathédrale ; énormément de choses sur l’histoire de la musique, du chant grégorien aux compositeurs modernes, en passant par Bach, Palestrina, Schubert… », énumère le jeune homme. And also a confidence that it can do it, that it’ll take you there. Because it’s break-up record, after all — are you tapping into those raw emotions more directly and intuitively? MARLON WILLIAMS a grandi en Nouvelle Zélande et chantait dans la chorale de la cathédrale de Christchurch avant que son père, un chanteur punk maori, ne lui fasse découvrir la musique country. For more coverage of the Montreal music scene, see our Music section. « Lyttelton, raconte le jeune prodige, c’est 3 000 habitants, un petit port industrieux et qui résonne du bruit des bateaux. Marlon Williams: Yes any singers from that generation, like Roy Orbison and also black R&B stars like Jackie Wilson.

The specialist judging panel said: “It was a great privilege to be given the chance to look into the working-world of these three incredibly talented and hard-working music teachers. But I always sense this problem of trying to force it. Kyle Mullin: If that’s not it, then what else has led to Lyttelton’s rise? Last month, Williams went home with the top prize at the APRA Silver Scroll awards. Marlon Williams: I am indeed friends with quite a few Canadian artists — Tami and I did an album together a few years back, and I’m friendly with the Weather Station and others.

Quand Marlon Williams attaque un monument, When I Was a Young Girl, une chanson immortalisée par Nina Simone, rien de moins, la salle est émerveillée par ses longues notes. But it feels reductive to try and talk about it with any claim for consistency.

Has the topic of indigenous issues or traditions come up with any of your Canadian counterparts? Winners across five awards were celebrated as the Tui for Massey University Best Producer, Best Engineer, Best Album Cover, NZ On Air Best Music Video and Music Teacher of the Year were awarded.

Écrire une belle chanson, en préserver les mots et la mélodie, c’est conserver une émotion changeante, qui autrement se serait perdue. and other publications, Williams discussed influences like the church choir he joined as a boy, and his father’s old Roy Orbison records.

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Marlon Williams: It’s the lack of nuance. Pour moi, la musique en offre une, car elle peut protéger de la vie. ». Four-time Tui winner, Marlon is nominated for another three Tui at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards next week – Album of the Year for his 2018 release Make Way For Love, Best Solo Artist and Best Alternative Artist. Elle peut canaliser ce trop-plein d’émotions. It’s all about the confidence to trust intuitions, the confidence to make yourself to make the right decisions and expose yourself, and do it in a crafty way that allows you to survive it. It feels like novelty, like the music falls under a general banner of “native music” sometimes. C’est la voix et elle seule qui crée l’harmonie et fait du lien au-delà des disparités. We were all blown away by the level of commitment, their energy, and the impact of their work. The Tui for NZ On Air Best Music Video was presented to Kai Tahu uri Marlon Williams for the video he created for his 2017 single ‘Vampire Again’. But I think there’s nothing inherent geographically or socially in Lyttelton that gives rise to such music. Marlon Williams: Absolutely. Primarily known as a solo artist, he works and tours with his backing band The Yarra Benders and first came to attention as front-man of The Unfaithful Ways and for his collaborative work with musician Delaney Davidson. So everything’s great. Look at the post around that time. Chanteur néo-zélandais de 25 ans, auteur de ballades languides qu’il chante d’une voix pure, Marlon Williams a appris à chanter dans les églises avant de devenir une étoile montante de la musique country-folk. Que se passe-t-il vraiment pour les chrétiens du Nigeria ?

À 14 ans, Marlon Williams intègre les chœurs de la cathédrale du Saint-Sacrement de la ville de Christchurch, toute proche.

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