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  • Addis Acoustic Project ft Melaku Belay

    Comprised of Addis Ababa’s finest acoustic musicians, the “Addis Acoustic Project” brings forth Ethiopia’s popular tunes from the 1950s and 1960s in a new light. Ethiopia’s pop music of this era predominantly featured acoustic instruments such as the mandolin, accordion, clarinet, and double bass, played alongside traditional instruments such as read more
  • Apio Moro

    Hailing from Tororo in Eastern Uganda, Apio Moro is an afro-soul singer-songwriter who inspires continuous self-discovery through her music. Apio has held a life-long fascination with how music empowers people to tell their stories. In 2017, following performances at Fete de la Musique, Blankets & Wine and Bayimba Festival, Apio read more
  • Ary Morais

    When it comes to music, the small island nation of Cape Verde is better known for its female musical exports such as “barefoot diva” Césaria Évora or Mayra Andrade. Norwegian based guitarist and singer-songwriter Ary Morais is also playing his part in sharing the sensual, melancholy Cape Verdean resonance with read more
  • Ashimba

     Ashimba is a Tanzanian singer-songwriter and guitarist based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He released his debut album “Nuru Nyikani” (on Maisha Music label, produced by Jakob Poll) in January 2009. His style is a combination of East African music, with elements of Afropop and acoustic music. In addition to read more
  • 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
  • BCUC

     Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness (BCUC) moves the audience – both physically and emotionally – with an explosion of passion, funk and rhythm. With their music, direct from the ancestors, BCUC want to question the common worldview on modern Africa. The basic ingredients of BCUC’s sound are the traditional whistle, percussion read more