Tag Archives: Tuareg

Hit The Road Music Studio: Tasuta N-Imal

Hit The Road Music Studio: Tasuta N-Imal

We are excited to host a new monthly section on Rhythm Passport curated by the nice people, travellers at heart and music lovers at Hit The Road Music Studio.  In 2018, they hit the road from Poland to Morocco on their “magic bus”, a fully equipped caravan with professional studio recording...
Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.41 – Groovalizacion Radio – Mukambo

Mixes: Rhythm Passport Vol.41 – Groovalizacion Radio – Mukambo

View Groovalizacion Radio bio here Mukambo – Best of 2017 Mukambo mixtape for Rhythm Passport On this exclusive Groovalizacion Radio mixtape for Rhythm Passport, Mukambo brings the best global grooves the year has brought us so far. From afrobeat, ethiojazz and Latin vibes over Brazilian carimbó and Touareg beats to global hip-hop...
Preview: Tinariwen @ Electric Brixton (London, 9th March 2017)

Preview: Tinariwen @ Electric Brixton (London, 9th March 2017)

A 40-year career, seven albums and a Grammy Award can dismiss any need for introductions; they speak for themselves. However, the importance for contemporary music of a band like Tinariwen can’t be stressed enough. The Malian band still fights, and fights hard with its sound, because Tuareg tradition is still...
Interview: Chris Eckman – Glitterbeat Records (December 2016)

Interview: Chris Eckman – Glitterbeat Records (December 2016)

When it comes to world music labels, you usually think about regional realities with a local or niche following. That’s not the case of Glitterbeat Records. The German project’s growth is in front of everyone’s eyes. From Mali and Tamikrest, back in 2012, they’ve widened their vision to South America...
Preview: Bombino @ The Forge (London, 8th and 9th June 2016)

Preview: Bombino @ The Forge (London, 8th and 9th June 2016)

London Tribes is bringing to London Tuareg guitarist Bombino, presenting to the public his new album Azel. A member of the Tuareg Ifoghas clan, Bombino (stage name of Omara Moctar) came to prominence in 2011, thanks to his album Agadez, that was acclaimed worldwide for it represented desert-rock at its...
Interview: Ezza @ WOMAD (July 2015)

Interview: Ezza @ WOMAD (July 2015)

Saharan blues never sounded so rocky! This Toulouse-based group plays with spirit and energy, and for a trio their sound is big. Just after their fiery WOMAD show on The Radio 3 Charlie Gillett Stage early on Saturday evening we talked to front man Omar Adam Goumour, bass player Menad Moussaoui...
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