Tag Archives: Traditional

Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.65 – Lagartijeando

Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.65 – Lagartijeando

 View Lagartijeando bio here We always prefer to let the music “do the talking”, and when it comes to DJs and producers, this means featuring their selections. So, we have seized the opportunity, and to celebrate and introduce you to his latest release (Revisión) for Big in Japan, we...
Interview: Bokanté – ‘Love, Openness and Empathy’ (October 2018)

Interview: Bokanté – ‘Love, Openness and Empathy’ (October 2018)

A band steeped in societal message, Bokanté strive to bring more awareness to social abstraction and human indifference. Through a cultural exchange and mingling of musical languages, the new group (formed by Snarky Puppy founder Michael League) cover a diverse spectrum of styles. Despite the heavy theme of their lyrics,...
Preview: Colomboloco @ Hootananny (London; Sunday 28th October)

Preview: Colomboloco @ Hootananny (London; Sunday 28th October)

We are still following a strict Mediterranean music diet here at Rhythm Passport, and for the second of our Rootmaster Goes Mediterranean at Hootananny, we will present the full spectrum of South European folk music, from Andalusia to Turkey, stopping over in Southern Italy and Greece. That’s because, on the...
Preview: Wiyaala @ SOAS Brunei Gallery (London; Friday 19th October 2018)

Preview: Wiyaala @ SOAS Brunei Gallery (London; Friday 19th October 2018)

To be called “the Young Lioness of Africa” is a pretty demanding title, but Wiyaala entirely deserves it. As much as her feline counterpart, the Ghanaian artist is bold, tenacious and uncompromising. At little more than 30, she has already become a personality in Ghanaian culture as a singer/songwriter, actress,...
Preview: DakhaBrakha @ Southbank Centre (London; Wednesday 17th October 2018)

Preview: DakhaBrakha @ Southbank Centre (London; Wednesday 17th October 2018)

DakhaBrakha means ‘give/take’ in the old Ukrainian language. And it’s true, we see a real ‘give and take’ with the band’s influences – taking Ukrainian folk music and putting their own unique and theatrical spin on it. Often accompanied by Indian, Arabic, African, Russian and Australian traditional instrumentation, their music...
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