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  • The Nile Project

    For millennia the Nile has sowed lands of human, ecological, and cultural beauty. Weaving together Egyptian and Ethiopian modal systems, the polyrhythmic styles of Lake Victoria with the influence of the Mediterranean, patient melodies of the deserts and pointed melodies of the highlands, the river's 4,200 miles yield a wide read more
  • 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
  • Vitali Maembe

    Vitali Maembe is a well-respected Tanzanian artist, guitar player and singer-songwriter, known for his original music that is universal yet distinctly Tanzanian. He was born in Sumbawanga, grew up in Dar es Salaam, and graduated at Bagamoyo College of Arts. His music combines inland and coastal rhythms, with poetic and provocative read more
  • Waldemar Bastos

    WALDEMAR BASTOS Waldemar Bastos was born in 1954 near the border with Zaire in N’Banza Congo, a little town which was the first capital city of the ancient kingdom of Angola. Both his parents were nurses. He started singing at a very early age. “When I was a child, my mother, who read more
  • Wamwiduka Band

    Wamwiduka Band is a traditional music outfit from Mbeya, Tanzania. Founded in 2012, the ensemble is comprised of Brown Isaya (lead vocalist), Adriano Wilson (lead guitarist and Banjo player), Zakaria Michael (singer and percussionist) and Peter Mashaka (bass and babatoni). None of the band members had secondary education so they spent read more
  • Zemkala

    Founded in 2003 by artists Kasembe Ungani and Fadhili Mkenda who were both originally with Sisi Tambala, Zemkala is a six-piece band performing a style of music known as "ngwashala" with its roots from the south of Tanzania. Most of the songs they play have Tanzanian roots, combining tradition and read more