Kongo Dia Ntotila @ Mambista

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Kongo Dia Ntotila play a fusion of African roots-inspired beats and bass grooves with
jazz detours on a journey through the musical motherland.
Composed of bass, guitar, drums and a small but mighty brass section, the group brings entrancing synergy to a fresh fusion sound that draws on jazz, blues, reggae and Latin vibes, over a solid foundation of authentic African rhythms and styles you can't help but move to.
Kongo Dia Ntotila has had an excellent response to their new live line up, and they are now working on putting that magic into a second studio record. Come hear tunes from the epic forthcoming album.
Salsa class 7-8 included with ticket price to Mambista.

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