Tag Archives: Black Flower

Musical Road to Womex – Echoes of Zoo

Musical Road to Womex – Echoes of Zoo

…and now off to Belgium with Echoes of Zoo! The Musical Road to Womex we started to follow little more than a month ago brings us to Brussels today.  In the Belgian capital, we meet the quartet founded by multi-instrumentalist and composer Nathan Daems. Together with Bart Vervaeck (guitarist), Lieven...
Podcast: Radio Mukambo #506 – From Scratch to the World

Podcast: Radio Mukambo #506 – From Scratch to the World

After last week’s tribute to the great Lee Scratch Perry, several musicians and producers let me know their work is also greatly influences by The Upsetter‘s work. So I did an open call on FB and IG and this is the result, almost two hours of producers and musicians influenced...
Podcast: Radio Mukambo’s Top 30 Albums of 2020 (#30 to #16)

Podcast: Radio Mukambo’s Top 30 Albums of 2020 (#30 to #16)

2020 has been a really tough year for musicians, artists and creatives, but we’ve still been treated to a lot of good music. This week Radio Mukambo offers you the latter part of the 30 best albums of 2020 (30 to 16), including afrobeat, Afro-Latin, ethiojazz, maloya, wassoulou music, global...
Podcast: Radio Mukambo #461 – Four Elements

Podcast: Radio Mukambo #461 – Four Elements

German rapper LMNZ just released second EP of the ‘Elements Series’. Four EPs (Air, Water, Fire & Earth), four (hiphop) elements. Each album is dedicated to its element. On the second one, “Water”, the beats and riddims produced by Morry ‘DaBaron’, bass player of the French reggae group Dub Inc....
Interview: Q&A with Kel Assouf – Rocking the Desert

Interview: Q&A with Kel Assouf – Rocking the Desert

Since 2016, when we first met them at WOMAD UK, we have constantly felt under the rocky spell of Kel Assouf. The roughness of their sound, which goes side-by-side with their heartfelt and profound lyrics, has brought new life into the so-called Tuareg rock style. Despite being based in Brussels...
News: Dijf Sanders Brings You To Java

News: Dijf Sanders Brings You To Java

There is a Ghent-based multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer who is getting used to surprising us with his constantly original new projects. We’re talking about Dave ‘Dijf’ Sanders. Since 2004, the Belgian artist has been exploring the blurred borders between electronica, jazz and psychedelia, always looking for remote influences with which...