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  • Mim Suleiman

    Soulful, soaring, deep, and divine, Mim's presence and music is a blessing. Mim Suleiman has been described as a pint sized performer with a planet sized personality. She sings Afro-beat mixed with global fusion, mostly in her native Swahili, with occasional detours into English and other languages such as Fulani. Mim read more
  • Natacha Atlas

    Musically and geographically, Natacha Atlas has always been an itinerant. The Anglo-Egyptian singer has spent more than a decade fusing electronic beats with North African and Arabic music, finding links between seemingly disparate musical genres, exploring new and different sonic settings and working with a wealth of like-minded collaborators from read more
  • Netsayi

    Netsayi was born in London in 1973 to parents exiled from Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. While their dad was in the guerrilla camps of Mozambique and Zambia, Netsayi and her two siblings were raised by their mother in Camden. There were always other Zimbabweans passing through and there was always read more
  • Onipa

    ONIPA means ‘human’ in Akan, the ancient language of the Ashanti people of Ghana. It’s a message of connection through collaboration: from Ghana to London, our ancestors to our children, Onipa brings energy, groove, electronics, afrofuturism, dance and fire! Born out of deep collaboration between longtime friends KOG (Kweku of Ghana read more
  • Owiny Sigoma Band

    In 2009, a handful of London-based musicians travelled to Nairobi in Kenya to collaborate with local musicians. It was a loose arrangement; there being no specific agenda other than to bring the musicians together, exchange ideas and enjoy the results. The traditional music of Kenya has not received the same global read more
  • Seckou Keita Quartet +

    It was under the guidance of his uncle Solo Cissokho (see Ellika & Solo; Sauti za Busara Festival 2007) that Seckou Keita launched his international career in 1996, with appearances at Norway's Forde Festival, in a collaboration with Cuban, Indian and Scandinavian musicians.   In following years, Keita relocated to UK, while read more