An elegant and sophisticated music style combining melodies and percussive structures, and impressive live performances created with a MPC and a keyboard have made Maasaki Yoshid..
The pair gave us a little taste of what it’s all going to be about with the dub-pop, ..
Maputo, Cape Town and Montréal. These are the cities that shaped the sound of Samito. The Mozambican-Canadian singer-songwriter has recently released a video for his song I saw y..
For some strange reason music-related stereotypes tend to die hard. On the one hand the geographical origin of music binds prejudice, on the other we go with whatever we are told..
There’s very good news for footwork lovers! The formidable Jlin has announced her new album Black Origami, out on May 19 on Planet Mu.
Origami is the art of folding and shapin..
“I’ve been going back regularly to Clichy-Montfermeil with my friend Ladj Ly for more than fifteen years. As soon as I think I know this town by heart, it totally metamorphoses, ..
London! Quiet and down! M.I.A. is about to make a huge sound with the 24th edition of Meltdown Festival.
Yes, you read well. After Yoko Ono, David Bowie, Patti Smith, Massive ..
The suburbs, hidden places in broad daylight, abandoned, full of degradation, violence, resilience and creativity that make and shape the “beast” of marginalisation in all its be..
“Olga Blacker is not my real name,” says the author of Antiselfie in front of a cup of coffee. “It is my pseudonym.” Her father, a university professor who publishes some article..
“The African breeze is blowing on our souls – Un air d’Afrique Souffle sur nos âmes” is what you read on one of the banners of the installation by Madagascan artist Joël Andriano..