Adi Oasis: Low Glow

Her latest album showcases her inspired new stylistic identity with a whole bag of grooves to match

Adi Oasis: Low Glow

Her latest album showcases her inspired new stylistic identity with a whole bag of grooves to match

Photo by Clément DezelusAdi Oasis has gone through a transformation. Not in the casual sense of attending a meditation retreat or changing to a drastic new hairstyle; this metamorphosis for the French-Caribbean-turned-New Yorker became all-encompassing. It started with her name: She was born Adeline (“Ad-eh-leen”), but I accidentally stumbled upon the main reason for her moniker shift when I asked why she departed from “Ad-eh-line.” “You kind of just answered the question right there,” she laughed. “Being an immigrant from France, it was hard to teach people the pronunciation of my name, and I wasn’t finding myself whenever people would talk to me. I wasn't excited to see my name in places, and that's not okay. Adi Oasis feels right and like a true representation of my spirit and sound.” Her next change came about when she began writing her latest album, Lotus Glow. Taking on production duties and enlisting a band that she trusted in guitarist Jaleel Bunton and drum
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