Tag Archives: singer/songwriter

Interview: Nina Miranda (July 2017)

Interview: Nina Miranda (July 2017)

She finally made the big step. After twenty years of a career successfully spent being the voice of this or that project, Nina Miranda has signed her name on a debut album. As we understood from an interesting chat that we recently had with her, Freedom of Movement is not...
Preview: Hanitra @ Sands Films (London, 19th July 2017)

Preview: Hanitra @ Sands Films (London, 19th July 2017)

If you know a bit about Madagascar and its culture, you should also have heard about Hanitra. Because if South Africa had Miriam Makeba, Cape Verde has Cesaria Evora and Benin has Angelique Kidjo, it’s fair to say that Madagascar resounds to Hanitra’s chords. Since her debut, in the late...
Preview: Shugo Tokumaru @ Oslo Hackney (London, 7th June 2017)

Preview: Shugo Tokumaru @ Oslo Hackney (London, 7th June 2017)

Shugo Tokumaru returns to London after a three years hiatus on Wednesday 7th June. He will perform at Oslo Hackney to present his new album TOSS, released at the end of April. A singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Japan, Tokumaru is a creative genius who creates and curates every aspect of...
News: Namvula’s New Album – Indiegogo Campaign

News: Namvula’s New Album – Indiegogo Campaign

When it comes to supporting artists that we care about and have followed the career step-by-step, you don’t need to ask us twice. That’s why we welcome and are more than happy to share with you the call of one of our favourite “local” singer-songwriters. We started following Zambian-Scottish musician Namvula three...
Album Review: Miramundo – s/t [10th December 2016]
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Album Review: Miramundo – s/t [10th December 2016]

Let’s clear all sort of doubts from the beginning; Miramundo and their self-titled debut album could only come from the cultural fabric of a city like Barcelona. They are the perfect embodiment of the lively and colourful, but also absorbed in its local dimension music scene of the Catalonian capital....
Preview: Moddi –  Forbidden Songs @ Hoxton Hall (London, 7th December 2016)

Preview: Moddi – Forbidden Songs @ Hoxton Hall (London, 7th December 2016)

After hearing of Richard Burgess’ song on the controversial Eli Geva, and singer Birgitte Grimstad who was pressurised not to perform it, Norwegian musician Moddi was completely gripped. The singer-songwriter was drawn to the “slippery” nature of music censorship – expressing in an interview with London’s Radio Monocle how “you...