In this new episode of Motherland ▷ queer Haitian-Canadian singer-songwriter Mélissa Laveaux takes us on a journey into her musical world as she digs through her heritage and mus..
Silas Miami describes himself as a performing artist, photographer and filmmaker who has gradually embraced aspects of visual art into his work in the course of his career. A gra..
Thursday afternoon. A bright blue sky frames the colossal white victorian buildings surrounding Green Park, while weak sun rays blind me as I exit the tube station and I approach..
Sangue Misto – Sound, Identity and Representation is one of the two events we organized for Jazz:Re:Found Festival last weekend in Turin (1-2 December).
The first meeting, Appun..
The power and strength of the African American cultural heritage is one of inestimable value, one which many around the world draw on from a daily basis. The Civil Right Movement..
Friday, November 10, Peskine’s atelier in Issy-les-Moulineaux’s petite ceinture parisienne. While I make myself at home, I don’t realize I’ve just put my orange juice on a piece ..
Keyezua sees herself as a storyteller that is currently reinventing herself to tell the day-to-day stories of women around the world that make her uncomfortable to remain silent…
Energy, colours, psychedelia, DIY instruments, originality and tons of talent: here are KOKOKO!
Led by Débruit, the French producer and musical explorer that we all got to kno..
Two years ago while surfing on the net, I bumped into a Kickstarter campaign raising funds for the first Afro-Cuban and Electronic Music Festival in Santiago de Cuba, Manana fest..
We discovered TECHNOIR almost by accident, and once we listened to their music we could not help but meet them and find out more about their artistic path. After playing separate..