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  • Tritonik

    Eric Triton, the Mauritian blues sun, dawns on an adventurous musical journey: Tritonik. This time they are three and they do shine, soulfully, as one. A Sega tainted Blues groove spiced up with African rhythms and Indian fire, Eric Triton fuses with fellow countrymen, Norbert Planel, on percussions, and Shakti read more
  • Tsiliva

    Tsiliva, born Christophe Tsiliva Diddiot, is a Malagasy musician who performs kilalaka, a traditional genre of music from the south-western interior of Madagascar. The son of a pastor, he was born in 1982 and raised in the western coastal town of Ambovombe Androy, near Morondava. As a child he enjoyed read more
  • Tumi & The Volume

    It’s been a decade since the Johannesburg-based group Tumi & The Volume went about making a band, transitioning from spoken-word experimentalists to the unique live hiphop outfit they are now internationally famed for. In as far as style and accomplishment is concerned they stand alone in South Africa, and are read more
  • Tunaweza Band

    This Dar es Salaam based group started in 2008 with ten musicians, the majority of whom are physically disabled. They choose the name TUNAWEZA to make a point; it translates roughly as 'Yes We Can'. The group now has 13 members, who between them play a variety of instruments. Masoud read more
  • Tune Recreation Committee

     The Tune Recreation Committee is a formidable quintet, comprised of some of Cape Town’s finest young musicians. At the cutting edge of the South African jazz scene, the Tune Recreation Committee merge original tunes with nods from a wide palette of musical influences including drum and bass to Balkanology. Whether on read more
  • TY

    TY is one ofUK black music's true innovators. He's been making music and pushing boundaries for more than ten years. With three albums, a Mercury Music nomination and countless guest appearances under his belt with the likes of Tony Allen, De La Soul, Damon Albarn, Terri Walker, Scratch Perverts, Afro read more