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  • Sarabi

    Sarabi’s music is influenced by everyday happenings. They create a sound picture that vividly represents Kenyan society. Sarabi was formed in 2005. In recent years they have proved to be one of the most respected Afro fusion bands in Kenya. The group includes eight young men from the Eastland’s slums of read more
  • DJ Yusuf

    DJ Yusuf moved to Zanzibar in 1998 and set up Busara Promotions. Since 2004 he has been director of Sauti za Busara music festival. However, he still finds time to spin the discs at hotels, beach resorts and full moon parties around Zanzibar under the banner of Routes in Rhythm. The read more
  • Super Mazembe

    Of all the bands that immigrated to East Africa, Super Mazembe has stood the test of time.   Super Mazembe started in 1969 in Likasi, near Lubumbashi, DRC as Super Vox. On tour in neighbouring Zambia during 1970, the band met Nashil Pichen Kazembe, a diehard supporter of one of Zaire’s top read more
  • Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band

    Pat Thomas is a Ghanaian vocalist and songwriter famed for his work in the highlife bands of Ebo Taylor and his own recordings of Afrobeat and Afro-pop. Born in Agona, in the Ashanti Region, Thomas had music almost literally in his DNA: his father was a music theory instructor and his read more
  • Noumoucounda Cissoko

    Senegalese kora player, percussionist and lead vocal,  Nomoucounda Cissoko weaves together his griot heritage with mbalax, blues, jazz, hip-hop and rock inspired improvisations. He is a perfectionist, committed artist and with a sense of improvisation and extraordinary adaptation.   International tours of this great artist allowed him to participate in several art events along read more
  • Roland Tchakounté

    Born in Cameroon, Roland Tchakounté started his musical training with percussion followed by the guitar, piano and harmonica. His music is the perfect merging between Mississippi Blues and the deep African roots of these songs, greatly enhanced by the harmonies of Bamiléké, his mother tongue. Through his music, he talks read more