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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
  • Matona's Cultural Band

    Matona's Cultural Band is comprised of musicians from Zanzibar and mainland Tanzania. Mohamed Issa Haji 'Matona' is one of Zanzibar's most legendary musicians. He is a teacher at the Dhow Countries Music Academy and has been performing music for over 40 years.   For the past two years Matona has been read more
  • Mbanaye

    Mbanaye is one of Malawi's most interesting upcoming bands, fusing their traditional heritage with modern funk and jazz to create a unique sound. Consisting of members from all over Malawi, the band sings in the two languages Chitumbuka and Chichewa. Mbanaye band was formed in the Kawale area in Lilongwe read more
  • Mswanu Gogo Vibes

    Mswanu is a Gogo word meaning beauty. Established in 2007 by Frank Samwata, Mswanu Vibes is comprised of  five artists, ranging from poets, story tellers and theatre performers.   Musically, Mswanu play flutes, drums, zeze, marimba and guitar.  This is Wagogo music beautifully mixed with contemporary pan-African vibes. Mswanu have recorded and performed read more
  • Pungwa

    Pungwa is a traditional Zanzibari spirit dance found in the northwest of Unguja, and this group is widely described as the most energetic performers in Zanzibar. More than 150 years ago pungwa traditional spirit dance was established by Shaali Bambao in Bumbwini Makoba village. Shaali Bambao was lost in Panga read more
  • Samba Mapangala & Orchestra Virunga

    When 20-year-old singer Samba Mapangala boarded the riverboat for Kisangani in 1975, little did he know where it would really be taking him. The young vocalist, one of a quartet of singers in the Kinshasa dance band Saka Saka, was heading with his mates for a tour of Eastern Zaire. read more