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Spotlight on REVOLT: Noise Cans (ft. Louise Chantal), "Caan Dun"

The pop-&-B singer fronts the anonymous Bermudian DJ's dance party.

Blending mystery and island mythos, Noise Cans is a musical experience that is part carnival, part incantation, and pure celebration. A truly distinctive sound system, it is the brainchild of anonymous Bermudian frontman COLLAS. The music is an alluring amalgam of Caribbean influences fused with modern electronic sounds.

Drawing inspiration from the Gombey, an iconic symbol of Bermuda born of resistance to authority, Noise Cans expresses a contemporary embodiment of this rich folkloric tradition rooted in African, indigenous, Caribbean and British cultures. On stage, COLLAS appears in modern interpretations of Gombey masks flanked by vibrant dancers in intricate masquerade costumes, creating a mesmerizing visual and audio atmosphere. In this, COLLAS pays homage to the spirit of the historical Gombey while also celebrating cutting edge art, music, and unequivocal rebellion.

Get to know Noise Cans in his own words:

Your sound in five words or less: Tropical, electric, colorful, world, vibes.

Best part of making this video: My favorite part was watching people's reaction to the song on set. Being able to bring my music to life and seeing people enjoy it is the ultimate joy.

What inspires your art: The Caribbean, life experiences, and women.

Explain the concept of the song in one sentence: The concept was to capture the vibe/feeling of people when listening to "Caan Dun" and my music in general.

Instagram, Twitter, or Snapchat? Instagram: @noisecans

What goes down in my DM's? Nuff Tings

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Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/noisecans

Watch the video on REVOLT TV the week of March 19th, and let us know your thoughts by tweeting @RevoltTV and using the hashtag #SpotlightOnREVOLT

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