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Artists: Genre > acoustic
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  • Bonaya Doti

    Born in 1974 in Marsabit, north-eastern Kenya, Bonaya Doti began his music career after years as a community activist for social change. He hails from the Konso, an ethnic group assimilated by the larger Borana community. He sings in the Borana language, with its inimical afro-arabic Cushitic style. Whilst strongly read more
  • Celloman

    The Celloman project began in 2001 with the release of Aquador. Now a six piece band, Celloman has performed extensively around the UK including most of the big festivals such as Glastonbury and Womad. They have performed in Serbia twice and done a series of gigs in Spain. Their sound read more
  • Cocodo African Music Band

    Cocodo plays an exhilarating blend of Afro beat fusion - laced with jazz and Tanzanian rhythms - in the traditional Panyenje style. And with the recent addition of 2 contemporary trained dancers, their live performances have been described as pulsating and euphoric! Hailing from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Cocodo was formed read more
  • Ellika & Solo

    Solo and Ellika first met on the stage of a club in Stockholm in 1998. There, Senegalese griot music met the Swedish polska.   Solo Cissoko is a griot from a very long story-telling tradition; Ellika Frisell's music has deep roots in the wildly joyous story-telling tradition of Bingsjo. Together they make read more
  • Erik Aliana

    Erik Aliana’s sharp erudition and soft energy have earned him status as a key African artist in Europe. If he lives now in Paris, Erik Aliana grew up between Yaounde and Badissa, a village in central Cameroon. A cultural divide and two ways of life that have marked his understanding read more
  • Fatma Zidan

    Fatma Zidan is an Egyptian based in Denmark. She is a singer and songwriter who began as a classically-trained harpist aged only 8, then later switched focus to vocals. Fatma worked with the Cairo Opera while attending Music University, where she immersed herself deeply in the roots of Arabic traditional music.  read more