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Podcast: Rendez-Vous à Bobo – A Beginner’s Guide To Baloji (January 2021)

Podcast: Rendez-Vous à Bobo – A Beginner’s Guide To Baloji (January 2021)

Rendez-vous with Lucas for a beginner’s guide to Baloji – the multi-faceted artist from DRC via Belgium making some of the most inventive Afrofuturist music and visuals about. Track List 1. Baloji – Le Reste Du Monde [from Hotel impala, EMI Music Belgium, 2007] 2. Baloji – Congo Eza Ya Biso [from Kinshasa Succursale; Crammed Discs,...
Your Ticket to… 2019 (in 10 Albums)

Your Ticket to… 2019 (in 10 Albums)

Our “end-of-the-year” lists are not a way to rule what has been good or bad in the previous 365 music days. In fact, since we are music lovers at heart, we love to share and support the albums we like, that hold particular meanings to us or have been more...
Your Ticket to… the 2010s

Your Ticket to… the 2010s

At times, we ask the Rhythm Passport family some cruel tasks. For example, to musically retrace their 2010s and pick only five albums among the hundreds (or thousands) they have listened, loved and/or felt particularly important considering the world music world. Click on the names below and you will meet...
Preview: Jambinai + KOYO @ The Garage (London; Thursday 6th June 2019)

Preview: Jambinai + KOYO @ The Garage (London; Thursday 6th June 2019)

We never made a secret of our passion for musicians who are able to go (far) beyond the borders of style and tradition, always looking forward, experimenting, surprising and even unsettling their audience. Jambinai, a Korean experimental-rock band from Seoul, is all this and even more. They studied and grew...
Interview: Jambinai (May 2016)

Interview: Jambinai (May 2016)

The South-Korean music scene is much more lively and diverse than one might think. There is much more to it than the dozens of girl and boy-bands in glittery clothing who are to be seen dancing daily on their national TV channels. In the alleys of Hongdae, the Seoul neighbourhood...