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  • Tarbia

    Tarbia group was founded in Zanzibar in 1985. They are based at a local madrasa where they practice qasida (Islamic praise music) using dufu (hand-held frame drum) and other drums. They are highly respected among the island's Muslim community for their singing and melodies. The group performs at religious as read more
  • Tausi Women's Taarab

    Tausi Women’s Taarab presents a revolution in a very traditional genre: Zanzibar’s first all-female taarab orchestra where all the instruments are played by women and accompanied by women singers. The Tausi Taarab orchestra was formed in 2009 and presents music in the tradition of classical taarab style. Dating back to the read more
  • Tcheka

    Tcheka was born Manuel Lopes Andrade in 1973 in Ribeira da Barca, a small rural town on the coast of Santiago island, Cape Verde, whose modest economy is based on farming and fishing. He was the second-to-last child in a large musical family. His father, Nho Raul Andrade, was a read more
  • Thaïs Diarra

    Thaïs Diarra is a nu-soul singer with roots in Mali and Senegal. She was born in Switzerland, to a music-loving mother and a bass-playing father. Since Thaïs’ early years, music was a refuge, a moral recourse to the racial prejudgement and questions about her mixed race identity. In her youth read more
  • Thandiswa

    From the very beginning, Thandiswa Mazwai has always been at the forefront of change. Born in the rural homeland of Transkei, she grew up in Soweto during the '80s, as part of the “Soweto generation”, who witnessed the violent dismantling of apartheid and the growth of a free South Africa. read more
  • The Brother Moves On

    The Brother Moves On is an experimental collective from Johannesburg, South Africa, mixing rock, Xhosa funk, jazz, folk, electronic, dance and spoken word for the post-apartheid age. Uncategorisable, they prefer to think of themselves as post-genre. The group was founded in 2010 by multi-disciplinary artist Nkululeko Mthembu. They read more