Tag Archives: Electro-Pop

Daily Discovery: Kit Sebastian – Agitate (Official Music Video)

Daily Discovery: Kit Sebastian – Agitate (Official Music Video)

Check out ‘Agitate’, the new single by London-based Turkish-French duo Kit Sebastian extracted from their upcoming second album, Melodi out in October via Mr Bongo: https://kitsebastian.bandcamp.com/album/melodi   “The song calls its listeners to remember, act against injustice and question figures of authority from our daily lives”. – Kit Sebastian  
Daily Discovery: Yndi – Amazona | A COLORS ENCORE

Daily Discovery: Yndi – Amazona | A COLORS ENCORE

French-Brazilian singer/songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Yndi​ recently paid another visit to COLORS Studios to present her new single ‘Amazona’ extracted from her upcoming debut album Noir Brésil   More info here: https://colorsxstudios.com/shows/yndi-amazona  
Daily Discovery: SEVDALIZA – DARKEST HOUR

Daily Discovery: SEVDALIZA – DARKEST HOUR

Iranian-Dutch musician Sevdaliza‘s video for ‘Darkest Hour’, extracted from her latest album Shabrang, is her very personal contribution to Women History Month and her way own way to celebrate women from all over the world and walks of life.   More info on Shabrang here: https://smarturl.it/shabrang%C3%A2%C2%80%C2%8B  
Mix: Rhythm Passport x EoL Radio (March 2021)

Mix: Rhythm Passport x EoL Radio (March 2021)

Some weeks ago, DJ, selector, producer and good friend of Rhythm Passport Black Lulu asked us to prepare a two-hour “Oriental music” selection for his show on Tel Aviv-based Eol Radio… and so we did. Listen in and accompany us on a journey through the Arab music world, from Algerian...
Podcast: Rhythm Passport On Air w/ TootArd (August 2020)

Podcast: Rhythm Passport On Air w/ TootArd (August 2020)

There’s no doubt that, since last time we met them two years ago, the Nakhleh brothers have grown up, changed and arguably matured. Musically, they sound like two different people. As much as TootArd, the group they founded in Majdal Shams (their hometown on the Golan Heights) in 2010, sounds...