Tag Archives: Clap! Clap!

Playlist: Womad 2017

Playlist: Womad 2017

Heading to Womad or maybe you are already strolling along Charlton Park green, good and ready to enjoy the world music festival par excellence? We have something for you…We went through the music treasure trove that is Womad 2017’s line up and picked 20 acts you shouldn’t miss. From Thursday to Sunday, Open...
Podcast: Rhythm Passport On Air – April 2017

Podcast: Rhythm Passport On Air – April 2017

We wanted to surprise you, but instead of an April Fool’s Day prank, we chose some amazing music. A few days ago, we went back to SOAS Radio for the third episode of Rhythm Passport on Air to guide you throughout April with our live music suggestions. So, stay tuned for...
Interview: DJ Khalab (March 2017)

Interview: DJ Khalab (March 2017)

As sometimes happens to music industry personalities, Raffaele Costantino also felt the need to create a character and wear the clothes of a “superhero”. At one point in a career spent as one of the most renowned Italian radio hosts, producers, writers and artistic directors, instead of wearing a mask,...
Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.28 – Area Boys

Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.28 – Area Boys

Area Boys – True to the world mix! No fake news in here, featuring true thoughts from iZem, Batida and Xoa and brand new truth from Clap Clap, Auntie Flo and Chico Mann & Captain Planet! Truss! View Area Boys DJs bio here Track List: Orquestra Afro-Brasileira – Amor de Escravo Clap!...
Review: Omar Souleyman @ Koko (London, 16th March 2016)

Review: Omar Souleyman @ Koko (London, 16th March 2016)

Sometimes you can’t believe your eyes. It’s hard to explain how certain musical styles can cross physical and cultural borders and spread around the world. For instance, Omar Souleyman’s performance at Camden’s Koko (part of Convergence Festival) was just such an experience, bringing together one-thousand five-hundred people to dance for an hour to...
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