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Vaudou Game + Mother Lake + Hess is More + Östblocket + Ali Sabah + Henrik Wallgren + Skenet + Kiriaka
302 33 Halmstad
302 33 Halmstad
Among the fruits of the convergence between African and Afro-American musicians, there is one lesser-known genre that hails from the cradle of vaudou culture in Togo, Benin, and whose key figures, Poly-Rythmo of Cotonou, Dama Damawuzan, or El Rego, have, since the 1970′s, had their popularity confined to afro-groove fans.
Specific to this region of Africa is the use, during vaudou rituals, of characteristic lines that differ from everything one may hear in neighbouring cultures.
The idea of integrating these haunting lines, sung in honor of the Divinities, to an energetic 70′s Afro-funk was an obvious extension in Peter Solo’s mind of the analogy he found between this vaudou tradition and trance inducers such as Blues, Fu...
Hess Is More started out in 2003 as an electronic solo project by Danish musician Mikkel Hess. Through 5 albums, various tours and collaborations the project has developed into it's current form: A Transatlantic Music Ensemble.
Earlier albums were crafted by fewer hands, where as the 2014 release "Myheadisaballroom / Whoneedsapalaceanyway" presents the full 7 piece ensemble recorded "live to tape".
Hess Is More (New York Edition):
Michael Hanf - Vibraphone & Gang Vocals
Pavel Kogan - Guitar & Gang Vocals
Rasmus Bille Bahncke - SH101 Bass Synth & Gang Vocals
David Mason - Electronic Drums & Gang Vocals
Andrew Raposo - 6 Stringed Instrument & Gang Vocals
Matt Parker - Saxophone, Clarinet, Ke...
Östblocket is a swedish band playing brassband music from the Balkans. Formed back in 1996, they've since then developed their own unique style.
The band released their first CD back in 2001 titled "Present". Their second CD, "Yes, we are a swedish balkan band, you don't have to look twice" was released in 2004.
The band consists of 11 members.
Vocals: Sofia Berg-Böhm
Trumpet: Mathias Gunnarson
Trumpet: Anders Wallseth
Saxophone: Sven Andersson
Trombone: Fredrik Månsson
Euphonium: Erik Axelsson
Tuba: Klas Ottoson
Violin: Filip Runesson
Accordion: Johan Ohlsson
Percussion: Partik Trankéll
Percussion: Daniel Persson