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  • Atongo Zimba

    Atongo Zimba comes from the north of Ghana. He was very young when his grandfather taught him to make and play the koliko (or molo), a two stringed lute, which is used throughout the savannahs and deserts of West Africa. His time as a child was divided between the family farm read more
  • BREIS

    Bonafide Rhymes Exist In Self, aka BREIS (breeze) is a renaissance man: emcee, beat maker, writer, event organiser, workshop facilitator and one of UK's most talented hiphop artists. Since winning the Mean Fiddler Competition in 1997, he has been performing for crowds all over the UK, Europe, Africa, NY and read more
  • Celloman

    The Celloman project began in 2001 with the release of Aquador. Now a six piece band, Celloman has performed extensively around the UK including most of the big festivals such as Glastonbury and Womad. They have performed in Serbia twice and done a series of gigs in Spain. Their sound read more
  • DJ Eric Soul

    Originally from Rwanda, Kirenga aka Eric Soul does not simply represent a fusion of Central and East African heritage, he also creates a new borderless global vision inspired by an Afropean perspective.   Drawing on his francophone African roots and building on this with the urban sounds of his London base, Soul read more
  • DJ Yusuf

    DJ Yusuf moved to Zanzibar in 1998 and set up Busara Promotions. Since 2004 he has been director of Sauti za Busara music festival. However, he still finds time to spin the discs at hotels, beach resorts and full moon parties around Zanzibar under the banner of Routes in Rhythm. The read more
  • Mim Suleiman

    Soulful, soaring, deep, and divine, Mim's presence and music is a blessing. Mim Suleiman has been described as a pint sized performer with a planet sized personality. She sings Afro-beat mixed with global fusion, mostly in her native Swahili, with occasional detours into English and other languages such as Fulani. Mim read more