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  • Joe Driscoll and Sekou Kouyate

    In the port city of Marseilles, home to many a nomadic soul, Joe Driscoll first met Sekou Kouyate. The two were paired up to collaborate at the French festival 'Nuit Metis' (Nights of Mixed Race), and though they shared no spoken common language, they encountered no obstacles communicating through read more
  • Mannyok

    Mannyok, from the Mauritius island of Rodrigues, are one of its finest music exports. Rhythmic and energetic, their twirling sound is rooted in local traditions, with original compositions and re-interpretations of local standards.  The combo is composed of five musicians from various backgrounds, offering diverse influences to the music mix. Twin read more
  • Mehdi Qamoum

    Mehdi Qamoum is a young artist who was born and raised in Agadir, Morocco. As he grew up, he embraced his family's traditional Gnawa music roots. He excelled in this field and formed his first music band at an early age. After hooking up with several well-known and highly skilled read more
  • Mzungu Kichaa

    Danish born Mzungu Kichaa has spent much of his childhood living in Africa, and this is where he has transformed himself into Mzungu Kichaa which means something along the lines of ‘the crazy white man’.   Mzungu Kichaa plays a version of bongo flava - an urban music that blends reggae, read more
  • Nneka

    Were she not a musician, Nneka might have made an excellent investigative journalist. Or perhaps she'd have been a philosopher. In truth, an element of both those disciplines informs her art. Because throughout her third album, Soul Is Heavy, Nneka constantly asks questions. She interrogates friends, her Nigerian countrymen, politicians, read more
  • Otentikk Street Brothers

    The history of the Mauritian reggae-creole group Otentikk Street Brothers begins in 1992. When hanging around in the streets of their hometown [[[Plaisance, a suburb of Rose-Hill]]], like many other youngsters around the globe the two brothers Bruno and Koeny Raya got infected with the hiphop virus, [[[which was then read more