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Your Ticket to… the U.K.

Your Ticket to… the U.K.

There’s no better way to introduce you to the Rhythm Passport music world than to start in our very own “backyard”. For this reason, we gather together and are keen to let you discover some of the most interesting projects and sounds right here on our doorstep, from Belfast to...
Visions of Sound – May 2017

Visions of Sound – May 2017

We’ve partnered with Mundo FM Collective // Grovalization Radio to bring you a monthly collection of the best world music-related videos. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes! Watch the full playlist:
Review: Soweto Kinch @ Boondocks (London, 7th June 2017)

Review: Soweto Kinch @ Boondocks (London, 7th June 2017)

A voice with a conscience, songs with a message. Soweto Kinch is part of a new breed of young musicians rising in the current socio-political climate. A saxophonist and spoken-word artist who not only has beauty to share, but adds depth in his observations and their connection to the world...
News: Okinawa Day @ Old Spitafield Market (London, 24th June 2017)

News: Okinawa Day @ Old Spitafield Market (London, 24th June 2017)

As you might have understood, we’re getting into the Japanese mood.   In little more than two weeks, we’ll host at Rich Mix in Shoreditch an intriguing cultural experience inspired by the Land of the Rising Sun and celebrating Tanabata Festival (you can still buy your tickets HERE), but in the meantime…...
Interview: Bex Burch – Vula Viel (June 2017)

Interview: Bex Burch – Vula Viel (June 2017)

Even for a music scene as varied and unpredictable as London’s, Vula Viel are an exception. It might already be surprising to meet, listen to and enjoy a band comprised of London born and bred musicians playing traditional Ghanaian music. If you add the fact that they play that music...
Interview: François Cambuzat – Ifriqiyya Électrique (June 2017)

Interview: François Cambuzat – Ifriqiyya Électrique (June 2017)

There are some intense and unique cultural expressions that are too complex to describe if you haven’t experienced them first-hand. The ritual of Sidi Marzûq performed by the Banga community and occurring every year in the Djerid Desert in southern Tunisia is one of them. Luckily, we had the pleasure to...
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