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Kimi Djabaté on MusicArtes

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Claudia Aurora new album on Radio Taiffa (Mexico and beyond)

Claudia Aurora‘s “Mulher do Norte” and “Poema” (from the new album, “Mulher do Norte”, out on Red Orange Recordings on 10 June) opens the Babel show on RADIO Taiffa (broadcasted from Mexico to all over the world). Muchas gracias Ponxo Taifa Angeles!!!
 
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Transglobal World Music Charts

Claudia Aurora‘s “Mulher do Norte” and Kimi Djabaté‘s “Kanamalu” (both to be released on 10 June 2016 by Red Orange Recordings) enter the Transglobal World Music Charts respectively on 35th and 38th places.
 
 
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Claudia Aurora on Radio Taiffa, Mexico

Claudia Aurora‘s new album, “Mulher do Norte”, is on the May rotation playlist of RADIO Taiffa, in Mexico… Thanks Ponxo!!!
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Claudia Aurora on The Shed

Claudia Aurora new album, “Mulher do Norte”, gets broadcasted on Mark Coles’s The Shed. Listen to it below.

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PBS 106.7FM Melbourne, Australia

Kimi Djabaté‘s “Kanamalu” and Claudia Aurora‘s “Mulher do Norte” got their second broadcast in Australia today on Global Village, presented by Roger Holdsworth, on PBS 106.7FM Melbourne. Listen to the programme and read the playlist here.

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Minimalism Unwrapped @ Kings Place

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Amira Kheir on fRoots magazine

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Ami Koita on Songlines

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and one more video of Ami Koita at LIFEM

Ami Koita (Mali) live at Kings Place, as part of the London International Festival of Exploratory Music (LIFEM) (30oct14).

Legendary female mandingo singer Ami Koita from Mali performs authentic songs in the Griot tradition to a very knowledgeable and appreciative audience in Kings Place, London. A veteran of some 16 plus albums thus far since 1976, Koita returned to London as part of the London International Festival of Exploratory Music (LIFEM).

The Band: Ami Koita (vocals), Mosi Conde (djembe & kora), Mohamed Kouyate (guitar), Mory Sissoko (kamelan ngoni), Fili Kouyate (backing vocals/dance), Papa Gedeon Diarra (backing vocals/dance)

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