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  • The Moreira Project

    Moreira Chonguica is a celebrated jazz musician, originally from Mozambique. He [[[relocated to Cape Town to further his music studies where he ]]]graduated from the University of Cape Town's South African College of Music with a degree in Jazz Performance and an honors degree in Ethnomusicology in 2000. [[[Since his read more
  • The Nile Project

    For millennia the Nile has sowed lands of human, ecological, and cultural beauty. Weaving together Egyptian and Ethiopian modal systems, the polyrhythmic styles of Lake Victoria with the influence of the Mediterranean, patient melodies of the deserts and pointed melodies of the highlands, the river's 4,200 miles yield a wide 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
  • TMK Majita Original

    TMK Majita Original started performing four years ago and are at the forefront in the new generation of bongo flava artists in Tanzania. The group is from Temeke district of Dar es Salaam and is comprised of seven artists. They have participated at various concerts and festivals around the country. read more
  • Tofa Boy

    Christopher ‘Tofa Boy’ Antony is a young and talented student from Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA) Zanzibar. Presenting an energetic cocktail of African popular music styles including bongo flava and Afro-fusion, Tofa Boy is a vibrant and upbeat artist. He composes his own songs and delivers these with passion, from read more
  • Trio Kazanchis +2

      In 2008 bandleader Jeroen Visser (Switzerland) found himself jamming with Mesele Asmamaw (Ethiopia) and Fabien Duscombs (France) at various venues in the cultural Kazanchis district of Addis Ababa. The inescapable electricity that flowed whilst jamming led them to form Trio Kazanchis, an ode to the district that has brought and read more