ABOUT MIcah Dubreuil
Micah is a writer, podcaster, graphic designer, and musician living in Oakland, California.
He has been published in KQED, San Francisco Classical Voice, SF Weekly, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian (RIP). As a music journalist, he has been thrilled to interview a wide range of luminaries, including Roscoe Mitchell, Myra Melford, José James, Jason Marsalis, and founding members of Sly & The Family Stone.
A native Vermonter with an affinity for making noise and pondering, Micah satisfied the first with a lifelong pursuit of music, and the later by earning a B.A. in philosophy from Wesleyan University in 2007. It was here that he began his love affair with radio, hosting a jazz program for the college station - WESU Middletown - which he kicked off by playing Miles Davis' Bitches Brew in its entirety. Running The Voodoo Down, the music interview podcast he hosts and produces for BAMM.TV, is named after a track from that landmark album.
In 2009 he co-founded the soul group Con Brio, which he wrote for, performed in, and helped grow into an international touring act before leaving in early 2016. During those years he sharpened his skills as a graphic designer, beginning with show posters and eventually expanding his repertoire to include album design, logos, advertisements, and any other visuals that might be needed by musical or non-profit organizations.
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