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  • Shirikisho Sanaa Group

    During 2005 two young and talented Tanzanian artists Mussa Ramadhan and Juma Ally came up with the idea of forming a traditional dance group as a means of creating self employment. They brought together a group of five men and three women. Playing a variety of ngoma styles mostly from read more
  • Simbin Project

    The Simbin Project was formed in 2016 under the initiative of the Swiss multi-instrumentalist and producer Fred Hirschy. Simbin Project’s strength and originality lie in blending the virtuosity of the West African kora, as played by Noumoucounda Cissoko, with the electronic and experimental sounds of the Swiss duo "Stade", including read more
  • El Dey

    Born in Algiers in 2009, the El Dey band fuses diwane music with popular chaabi  styles, flamenco and jazz.  Their charisma and energy on stage is guaranteed to have everyone dancing. El Dey’s songs and compositions resonate powerfully with a new and youthful generation in Algeria, conveying messages of hope in their music that read more
  • Noumoucounda Cissoko

    Senegalese kora player, percussionist and lead vocal,  Nomoucounda Cissoko weaves together his griot heritage with mbalax, blues, jazz, hip-hop and rock inspired improvisations. He is a perfectionist, committed artist and with a sense of improvisation and extraordinary adaptation.   International tours of this great artist allowed him to participate in several art events along read more
  • Kidum & the Boda Boda Band

    'Kidum' is the name given to a 20-litre jerry can in Kirundi, the official language spoken in Burundi. His mother gave him that nickname due to his chubbiness as a child. Ironically, Kidum (whose ‘real’ name is Jean-Pierre Nimbona) taught himself to play the drums by practicing on water jerry 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