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The Hié Sisters and their crazy dance

Melissa and Ophelia are Les Soeurs Hié. Equipped with a djembe and a balafon, along with other instruments such as the doum and various percussions, the two sisters create their own universe filled with improvisation, dance and unlimited energy. Mixing their traditional musical influences, drawing directly from the source of their Turka origins in Burkina …

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Eliasse, blues and rock from Comoros

Eliasse describes his music as a crossroads between blues, rock and traditional Comorian rhythms, ‘Za ngoma’. The term in Comorian means « everything that comes from percussion ». For Eliasse, it’s a way of qualifying his music, born of multiple influences (African, Eastern and European) Like Keziah Jones, this singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist from Moroni came to …

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Ariel Ariel

Ariel Ariel, solo and squared

After having travelled the world for 4 years with the group Pendentif, young Ariel from Bordeaux is now embarking on a solo musical adventure. Drawing his inspiration from his Creole roots, revisited and re-imagined, his various musical influences (jazz, classical, hip hop) and literary ones (Césaire, Edouard Glissant, Maximin), help him deliver an intimate style, somewhere …

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Kawrites, loops and instruments

Kawrites is the talented and multi-instrumentalist, Romane, who in 2015 launched into MAO (music assisted by computers) and released her first EP, Lunar. Soon joined by Marion, a no less promising violinist, Kawrites has developed a vaporous, cinematic style, followed by a second EP, Carmina. Progressive electronic sounds which are both melodic and melancholic, theirs is an aquatic …

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