Live Show at Biennale Democrazia 2021, "One planet, many worlds"
Fatoumata Diawara, aka Fatou, has been included among the hundred most influential personalities of Africa by the New African Magazine. Singer, songwriter, guitarist and actress, she doesn't compromise her ideology, neither resort to third person narration when talking about very tricky and painful topics.
Depicted by Gilles Peterson as one of the most talented in the contemporary African scene, Fatou certainly is among the most charismatic figure and one of the most intense voice in the international world music scene.
Back in Italy touring in September 2021
The complexity of her style is due to the diversity of Camille's interests and attitudes, not necessarily linked to music, that have marked the singer's artistic career: "I have started to sing in a cabaret style, halfway between an actress and a narrator. However it has been the Jazz that hypnotised me".
Touring again in Italy this winter
Multi-instrumentalist, singer, compositor, producer and son of artists, Roberto Fonseca, already Grammy Awards nominated, draw fully from Afro-Cuban tradition. His last album YESUN (Wagram / Audioglobe) is a gem of 12 unique composition and various guests like the saxophonist Joe Lovano, Grammy Award winner and the well-known French-Lebanese trumpet player Ibrahim Maalouf.
"Cinematic" on tour in December 2021
Kyle Eastwood embraces Marcel Proust’s phrase, “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” and through his humble and respectful approach to these songs, known to a great many, he brings original works, which have become classics over time, up‐to‐ date.
New on the roster, on tour Spring 2022
Leyla McCalla is pure eclecticism. Art and biography inside an extraordinary woman with Haitian origins but grown up in the US are an intricate plot where both benefit from the other.
Born from a fruitful cultural hybridisation, Leyla is able to debate deep topics without losing her lightness, talking about the modern world drifts while she links you by the arm and invites you to dance.
A treasure that could be called World Electro Patchanka
An explosive, hybrid and site-specific project that shapes itself through perfomances and music in a storytelling that doesn't belong to a place or time. It's a dramaturgy full of prophecy, desire of transformation and soul searching. Kakawa is a "once upon a time" between the far ends of the globe; it is a reflection about loss, human responsibility towards habitat protection; it is a "tune in" but also an emotional liberation through music, dance and party.
JUPITER & OKWESS
Words of protest, irresistible rhythms
Son to a diplomatic officer, Jupiter has the rights to pass through the Wall and study in the west Berlin, where he discover the West and its vivid music scene. This way, he came into contact with the best American Soul out there listening to James Brown, The Jackson 5, The Temptations and Kool and the Gang. Just like every human being has African ancestors, Jupiter is sure, all the music has African ancestors. That's why Jupiter & Okwess bring back to light the unknown music inheritance of Congo, diving into the modernity.
African Rap Shaman
Baloji is an artist in motion, a musician, poet, film director, a man of images and ideas. In motion like
the synthetic afro beats he produces, the fruit of an unlikely alliance between rockrumba and futurist funk. In perpetual motion, like his limbs on stage as he fronts the Kaniama Show band, leading them in a sensual voodoo trance.
Solo Show with Adriano Viterbini, the perturbing charm of guitars
There are chords that capture you for their sound and empathy that at the same time have the power to emotionally connect different continents. Bombino and Adriano's have a shamanic, telluric and hypnotic energy, able to carry the listener away to the desert dust, in a time beyond the time.
Out "Nouvelle Vague By Nouvelle Vague" documentary
With five studio albums and extensive global tours under its belt, Nouvelle Vague now celebrates its fifteenth anniversary. The release of "Nouvelle Vague By Nouvelle Vague", directed by Marc Collin, retraces the history of the project, from its genesis to the production of each of the albums, the meetings with the main singers, and their multiple tours to the four corners of the globe.
The film reveals the soul and the life of the group, which has revolutionized the concept of " cover band " and it is a preview to two new albums releases: "Rarities" (rare and bonus tracks) and "Curiosities".