Kelowna collective Kinfolk Nation invites you to build a new world with them at their next performance.
The collective is comprised of Ewila, Lady Dia and Randy Jernidier.
“Kinfolk is really about that kindred spirit connection… it helps us transcend race and it’s like if our spirits align then you are Kinfolk,” said Dia.
In their upcoming online performance on April 30, they introduce to the audience what they call ‘the new Jazz.’
“It’s the art of freestyling with the background of Caribbean culture and African music — all of this mixes together with the chords of the jazz as we know it,” said Jernidier.
“It’s total freedom of being able to express yourself through any instrument, any way you express yourself and this is our way of expressing it.”
Their performances are a mix of spoken word, music and dance. Where they invite the audience to revel in their constantly evolving body of work.