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  • Dizu Plaatjies & The Ibuyambo Ensemble

    Dizu Plaatjies, the son of a Xhosa traditional healer, grew up in the Cape Town township of Langa in South Africa. Behind his warm smile is a serious and spiritual person. He is the founder and former leader of South Africa’s internationally celebrated marimba group, Amampondo.   Dizu’s compositions and arrangements of read more
  • Street Rat and Body Mind & Soul

    Body Mind & Soul is a seven piece band based in Mzuzu, North of Malawi. The band is led by Davie Luhanga, commonly known as Street Rat. It started in the year 2005, as Souls of the Ghetto, playing Reggae music. We won several local awards such as Kuche Kuche read more
  • Usambara Sanaa Group

    Usambara Sanaa play the traditional music and dance of the Wasambaa called Mdumange. The Mdumange ngoma style is music for happy times. It is played at weddings, harvests, weekends, or public celebrations. One of the factors that makes this style interesting is its interactive nature, whereby the audience is encouraged read more
  • Simangavole

    "Maloya Maniér Fanm" (Kreol language) means "Maloya Made by Women". Simangavole is a women-only group that powerfully performs traditional maloya, the original rebel music as created by African slaves who were brought to Reunion Island.   Simangavole’s song lyrics draw from raw emotions and feelings. Their high energy performances deliver an read more
  • Mcharuko Band

    Mcharuko is a young and talented band of students from Zanzibar’s Dhow Countries Music Academy.  They are a vibrant and upbeat band, as their name in Swahili suggests, playing different genres of music such as pop, jazz, taarab and fusion. The band formed in 2015 to perform regular free live read more
  • Dulla Makabila

    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