Daily Discovery: Ibibio Sound Machine – Electricity (Official Video)

Content Related To This Artist

Podcast: Rhythm Passport Presents… #1 (November 2021)

Thanks to the cool people at Taco!, the Thamesmead-based artist-led organisation, we are finally back “on air”! After a few months of radio silence, we are indeed pretty excited about our new monthly residency at one of the most vibrant community-led stations in London, RTM.FM, and to introduce you to…

Artists: Black Flower , Combo Chimbita , El Búho , Guanaco , Ibibio Sound Machine , Imarhan , Jally Kebba Susso , Joe Driscoll , L'Entourloop , Lagartijeando , Nilotika Cultural Ensemble , NOMÅGIK , Phuong Tam , Pongo , Puman , Samir Langus , Seckou Kouyate , Shay Hazan , Sound of Mint

Podcast: Rhythm Passport on Air w/ Eno Williams – Ibibio Sound Machine (April 2019)

We never made a secret of the fact that we love Ibibio Sound Machine music, so we were really looking forward to hosting at Soas Radio for the April episode of Rhythm Passport On Air, their frontwoman. Eno Williams. Have a listen to our interview with Eno enriched by a…

Artists: Ibibio Sound Machine

Interview: Eno Williams, Ibibio Sound Machine – The Uplifting Side of Music (September 2017)

Last time we met Ibibio Sound Machine it was a little more than a year ago. They were “still” one of the most interesting bands enriching the London music scene. 12 months or so later, we find them as a “global music phenomenon”, with an exciting new album, new label…

Artists: Ibibio Sound Machine

Album Review: Ibibio Sound Machine – Uyai [Merge Records, 3 March 2017]

Yes, Ibibio Sound Machine are back, with their hotly anticipated second album and they have returned bigger, better, rougher and tougher! It’s three years since the release of the now classic self-titled debut album and Uyai (Merge Records) doesn’t disappoint, laying down 12 tracks of synth-tinged African vibes sweeping from full…

Artists: Ibibio Sound Machine

Interview: Ibibio Sound Machine (January 2016)

Ahead of their Passing Clouds gig last weekend, we caught up with Ibibio Sound Machine front woman, Eno Williams, to have a chat about the bands origins and the sounds and artists who drive them the most. London born Eno originally hailing from Nigeria, formed Ibibio with fellow bandmates/producers Max Grunhard,…

Artists: Ibibio Sound Machine



There are no comments

Add yours