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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
The idea for this group was born from Matona's desire to return to the roots of the traditional music of his childhood: the sounds and music played by the many inhabitants from Comoros who lived around Stone Town. Thanks to funding from Alliance Francaise and Japanese Trust, Matona was able read more
Matona's G Clef Band
The G Clef Taarab Orchestra performs regularly in the bars, dance halls, clubs and at weddings. In a drive to revive the variety of musical genres from the dhow countries region, it demonstrates its musical versatility through genres such as modern taarab, mgodro, salege, chakacha, sega and mbiwi.
The read more
Ze Spirits Band
Ze Spirits Band is a group of six young and talented musicians from Bagamoyo, aged 18 to 25.
The inspiration for their music comes from the vibes of Tanzanian local traditional dance, songs and rhythms, which are successfully blended with contemporary ideas to empower the groove and engage read more
Ricky na Marafiki
Born Patrick Enos Lukhachi Nanjero, in Nairobi on 8 October 1980, Ricky is a bassist, arranger and a bass instructor. He comes from a family of eight with four brothers and three sisters. A few years ago Ricky began his solo career by forming a five-piece band called the Marafiki, read more
Singeli evolved from mchiriku, with Wazaramo coastal sounds, segere and bongo flava in the mix, to create an exciting and energetic electro style that is uniquely Tanzanian. Its rhythms are fast-paced, loopy and repetitive, with rapid-fire vocals articulating often humorous but pertinent stories over rolling, percussive beats.
Singeli is not a read more