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Sabine Blaizin: Second Sundays DJ Set



Sabine Blaizin (aka Oyasound) revels in the pleasures of music from the African diaspora that is rooted in grassroots dance culture. She has taken her sound around the U.S., Haiti, and as far as Dakar, and she speaks on the power and spirituality in the arts for the renowned Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute. She is not only a participant but an organizer of cultural events under the project Lakay Se Lakay: Home Is Home, a Haitian electronic artists' conversation series, and the No Passport party (NYC edition) produced in conjunction with Haiti Cultural Exchange’s 1st NYC Haitian Arts & Culture festival Selebrayson! Tune in for an African diasporic aural journey with Haitian roots, Afrohouse, Afrotech, and more.

Performed live in Clocktower Radio's studio as part of the November 2015 Second Sunday festivities at Pioneer Works.
 

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