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  • Del & Diho

    Del and Diho provide a perfect example of Indian Ocean music for the 21st century. Original, melodic and imbued with Mahori culture, this is music with roots and passion. Music that will rock you, relax you and make you jump up and celebrate. The uniqueness, energy and quality of this read more
  • Dendri Stambeli Movement

    The Dendri Stambeli Movement is a project born in 2008 from the meeting of a Tunisian drummer, Mohamed Khachneoui with Stambeli, an ancestral Afro-Tunisian ritual music.Conquered by the unique sounds of traditional instruments and the unique rhythmic imprints of Stambeli, Khachneoui decided to dedicate a large part of his career read more
  • Dhow Crossing

    The "Dhow Crossing" CD is a result of a three-year collaboration between students and teachers of Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA Zanzibar) and Agder University College (Norway). The musical crossover project was part of a NORAD funded programme. Recordings and concerts evolved through exchange visits between both institutions and countries. read more
  • Diana Samkange ‘MaNgwenya’

    Diana Samkange, aka ‘MaNgwenya’ is a Zimbabwean musician based in Harare. She started her career with an urban music group called 2BG (Two Boys & A Girl) but after a short stint was groomed by the legendary Zimbabwean Afro-Jazz musician Tanga Wekwa Sando, who intensively tutored her vocal skills. [[[MaNgwenya comes read more
  • Didier Awadi & Phat 4

    See interview and pictures of Didier Awadi at Sauti za Busra 2007 http://www.busaramusic.com/feature/Didier.htm   Didier Awadi is the most prominent artist to have emerged from Africa's francophone rap scene. Awadi, who won RFI's "Musiques du Monde" award in 2004, has established himself as a veritable pioneer, pushing back borders and opening new read more
  • 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