Hiatus Kaiyote

Jan Van Wynsberghe and one other user successfully predicted 8 years ago that Hiatus Kaiyote would become popular.

Jan Van Wynsberghe wrote 8 years ago

Hiatus Kaiyote are a 4-piece independent future soul group based in Melbourne, performing on occasion with 3 additional backing singers.

Their sound is a fusion of future beats, hip-hop and soul with subtler influences of Latin, dubstep and opera.

Since forming in mid 2011, Hiatus Kaiyote have already shared the bill with such acts as Stones Throw Record’s Taylor McFerrin, Warp legends Chris Clark and Harmonic 313 and sound genius Robin Fox, Brainfeeder’s Lapalux and oOoOO as well as playing bills at Woodford Folk Festival, Melbourne International Jazz Festival and headlined at stage at the final The Bohemian Masquerade Ball.

Hiatus Kaiyote are: chief songwriter Nai Palm, who pens intricate compositions, rich with colour and mystery, of both this world and of worlds unseen, that are well beyond her 22yrs of age . With her unique honey-velvet voice, she is supported by three of Melbourne’s finest and most versatile musician/producers. Keyboardist Simon Mavin, who has graced the stage with such bands such as Australia’s premier soul outfit The Bamboos, rock jazz freakout crew Whitesploitation, reggae masters The Red Eyes and funk heavyweights The Firemen.
Paul Bender on bass, laptop and guitar is a graduate of Miami Florida’s indie, experimental and improvised music scenes, but with a passion for stank-funk basslines. Drummer Perrin Moss is a powerhouse of beats both jilted and slick and an experienced MC, producer, percussionist and turntabilist and is the former frontman of ten piece Blue Mountains hip-hop band Jumbledat, Perrin has collaborated with other crews such as Thundamentals.

Tebs Maqubela wrote 8 years ago


HighClouds wrote 5 years ago

Hiatus Kaiyote - Laputa (Taylor McFerrin Remix feat. Anderson .Paak)

Barncore wrote 3 years ago

They're working on a new album at the moment. Can't wait!

Barncore wrote 2 years ago

The bass player said that the new album is going to be "fucked up". One of the engineers told me they've been experimenting with sounds. I'm so excited.

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