posts tagged bass

4/19/18 // Prayer For World Peace

‘Dumsor’ a satirical piece using the imagery of Ghana’s power outage situation to describe the heartache experienced by an unsatisfied lover | listen

4/12/18 // Music No Get Enemy

43 years later, Fela Kuti’s guitarist, Kologbo, who played on nearly all of Fela’s 70’s records, is paying tribute to his former bandleader! | listen

4/5/18 // Elevate Your Soul

From Femi Kuti’s album ‘One People One World,’ ‘Dem Don Come Again’ directly attacks the hypocrisy of those who kill in the name of religion | listen

3/29/18 // Keeping Rhythms Alive

Off the ‘Ojekoo’ EP, ‘Agoro’ is a potential anthem that promises to expand its tentacles beyond West Africa & across the African continent! | listen

3/22/18 // Africa Will Be Great Again

Wela’J is an Afrobeat-chameleon group consisting of 11 musicians! Intoxicating rhythms tumble & brass resonates to make you dance! | listen

3/15/18 // Na Their Way Be That

‘Why So Complicated’ features magnificent guitar licks, exquisite keys and amazing, unique vocals over spell binding afrocentric rhythms! | listen

3/8/18 // Music Is The Answer

Henry Cole's main goal is to see music as “One World,” a space beyond styles, reaching out w/ a message of determination and unity for all! | listen

3/1/18 // Sonic Survivor

Muanapoto Is exhilarating as it is unexpected – you’re not sure where the beat will take you next, but you’ll want to be along for the ride! | listen

2/22/18 // Water No Get Enemy

W.N.G.E. is more philosophical than political, postulating the motion of water as a metaphor for human interaction & the rhythms of society | listen

2/15/18 // African Soul Power

Hiphoppapotamus has down a great rowdy jungle remix of Afriquoi's classic track, 'Pandemadzimai' to celebrate 10 years of Wormfood! | listen

2/8/18 // Who Is William Onyeabor?

Legendary Nigerian musician, William Onyeabor, released 8 self-produced albums during the Nigerian civil war, and then he disappeared! | listen

2/1/18 // Lagos City Transport

Baba Commandant was a rather eccentric & mysterious character from the Ouagadougou underground scene! He was also a traditional Bobo dancer! | listen

1/25/18 // One People, One World

Bombastic & upbeat, Femi Kuti’s song from his forthcoming album is a call to set aside differences and work towards a more peaceful world! | listen

1/22/18 // Booms, Bombs, & Bass

Hey All!!! We're back again this week, but this time we take a stroll down distortion lane. So get ready to hear some big, beaty, bassy joints! Other than that we'll discuss things like probability and heuristics... Alright here we go! This is the Glitch//IDM Show!!! | listen

1/18/18 // Music For Your Legs

11 bright musicians w/ unbelievable drive makeup Moscow, Russia based band, MOSBRASS! Their music delivers brass and is filled with passion! | listen

1/11/18 // AfroBEYOND

10-piece, NYC band, R.C.A., focus on the progress and sustainability of Afrobeat as a genre, movement and lifestyle in the United States! | listen

1/4/18 // Survivor

Born in the D.R. of the Congo, Faty, of Tshegue, brings a powerful, worldly energy to her music and she sings with a refreshing passion! | listen

12/28/17 // Kalakuta Show

‘Rambola’ ft. Carnival rhythms, kick drums, Middle Eastern strings, and hand-held percussion playing off a call-and-response wordplay! | listen

12/21/17 // It Began In Africa

It Began In Africa was set up by EDM artists Juliet Sikora and Tube & Berger. They want to help raise money for The African Children’s Choir | listen

12/14/17 // Music In Exile

‘Irganda’ focuses on the dire environmental predicaments that Malians face on a daily basis. It’s a defiant plea for reflection & action! | listen

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