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  • 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 Saleh

    Born in Zanzibar DJ Saleh is an independent artist who started his musical career in 1990 being part of the group known as Hard 2 Find consisting of three members. After completing his secondary education DJ Saleh continued with a music career originally copying songs of other big artists of read more
  • DJ Side

    Said Abdallah, aka DJ Side, is one of the island's hardest-working radio presenters.   DJ Side (pronounced "See-day") spends most of his time at Zenji FM (96.8), "Sauti ya Pwani" (Voice of the Coast) - Zanzibar's first private radio station. Side started in music at Zanzibar's Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA), where he 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
  • Kazimoto

    Members of Jagwa Music and the international electronica artists Teichmann Brothers met during a recent Jagwa performance in Berlin's Urban Spree club. The Brothers invited them to their studio the following day and after an extended jam it was decided that this needs to go on stage. International reviewers of read more
  • The Shrine Synchrosystem

    Inspired by Fela Anikulapo Kuti's Lagos club, The Shrine, and the rebirth of Afrobeat brought about by Fela's untimely death in 1997, the Shrine DJ Posse have been lobbing their lightning bolt of Afrosubversion into London nightlife for many years and their Rebel Music mission continues.   The Afrocentric Roots 'n' Digital read more