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  • Asia Madani

     Asia Madani is a Sudanese vocalist and percussionist based in Cairo, Egypt. Performing traditional Sudanese folklore as well as music from various African regions, Asia has made her mark worldwide. Her music reflects pride in her heritage as an African and as a strong woman with a voice that is magical 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
  • Cheikh Lô

    Cheikh Lô is one of the great mavericks of African music. A superb singer and songwriter as well as a distinctive guitarist, percussionist and drummer he has personalised and distilled a variety of influences from West and Central Africa, to create a style that is uniquely his own. Lô dedicates both read more
  • Ifrikya Spirit

      Ifrikya Spirit’s music is rooted in Algeria, but open to the music of Africa and the world. The group spurs its Berber roots to explore and share new sounds and forms.  When musicians from 42 African countries converged on Algiers in 2009 for the Pan-African Festival, it was a major event. For read more
  • Khaira Arby

    For women, singing can be the road to personal power. When their voice is as strong as Malian vocalist Khaira Arby's, that power can move mountains, change minds, and win battles. Arby's rich, potent sound aims to do just that, shifting seamlessly between the edgy and progressive and the traditional read more
  • Maulidi ya Homu ya Mtendeni

    Welcome to one of the world's best kept secrets. The Maulidi ya Homu from Mtendeni, Zanzibar is a visually spectacular and spiritually uplifting experience. In the 21st Century only three groups remain in the world still practicing this religious art form, all based in Zanzibar.   Maulidi ya Homu come from read more