Tag Archives: French

Album Review: Chassol – Ludi [Tricatel; March 2020]
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Album Review: Chassol – Ludi [Tricatel; March 2020]

French composer and musician Christophe Chassol, who has collaborated with Frank Ocean and Solange, has become known for “ultrascore”, a musical technique that can be thought of as harmonising reality. Ludi (released on 6th March 2020 via Tricatel) is his latest effort applying this technique, as he continues to draw...
Preview: Guts @ The Jazz Cafe (London; Friday 7th June 2019)

Preview: Guts @ The Jazz Cafe (London; Friday 7th June 2019)

Guts began his 45’ collection in Paris as a schoolboy. Soon he became a DJ, and from there, he started to hear innovative remixes. In 2007, he went solo with an album on Wax On Records. Guts has produced a number of internationally-known tracks, marking him out as having some...
Visions of Sound – April 2019

Visions of Sound – April 2019

We’ve partnered with Groovalizacion Radio to bring you a monthly collection of the best world music-related videos. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes! Watch the full playlist:
Preview: Mosaiques Festival @ Rich Mix (14th & 15th October 2016)

Preview: Mosaiques Festival @ Rich Mix (14th & 15th October 2016)

Mosaiques Festival, a festival of world culture in an ever-changing format, returns to London this October with its offerings spread over two days: two evening performances, showcasing three acts each, including one free afternoon of entertainment, all in the familiar setting of Bethnal Green’s Rich Mix. The festival is founded...
Review: Ibeyi @ Koko (London, 3rd November 2015)

Review: Ibeyi @ Koko (London, 3rd November 2015)

Packed to the rafters with people vying for any sort of view, Koko played host to the French-Cuban duo Ibeyi for this eagerly anticipated North London gig. Twins Lisa-Kaindé Diaz and Naomi Diaz performed songs from their eponymous album, released earlier this year. Ibeyi is a beautifully crafted record but...