Posts Tagged ‘singing’
Soulful Afrohouse – tribal house music in appreciation of Black Coffee, Boddhi Satva, Black Motion, Xoli M…….
Black Coffe ft Zano – Someday
Black Motion – Bhana Shilolo (feat. Zulu)
Jullian Gomes ft. Sia – 1000 Memories
Afrikan Roots – 8 Prophets (feat. Black Motion)
Black Motion – Imali (feat. Nokwazi)
Boddhi Satva – Beautiful Humans (feat. Les Nubians)
Monique Bingham & Black Coffee – Deep In The Bottom (of Africa)
Stones & Bones feat. Tweety – Be There (Christos Fourkis Afro Groove Mix)
Atjazz & Jullian Gomes Agbara feat Wunmi
Black Coffee – Arise And Shine
Boddhi Satva – Apaga O Fogo (Uhuru Remix) [feat. Game Walla]
Xoli M – My Better Half (Afrikan Roots Main Mix)
Black Coffee, Nomisupasta and Black Motion – Traveler
Duet are Alean and Alex, are coming from Moscow, they work with the Russian Cultural Center in Chennai and now they are traveling around India. They gave us this gorgeous performance of more than an hour and a half of good music.
Another event for the “Remembering Veenapani Festival 2017”, “Rage & Beyond: Irawati’s Gandahari” under the writing and direction of Sanjukta Wagh, with Hitesh Dhutia on acoustic guitar.
Sanjurta Wagh says: Rage and Beyond is not just my response to the character of Gandhari as she appears in Iravati Karves Yugant, a text that was hailed as one of the first contemporary reinterpretations of the Mahabharata by a woman writer in the 1960s. When I enter this text in 2014, I am negotiating with the tremendous ebb and flow that inevitably happens when one tries to embody an archetype, a mythological character that is so deeply entrenched in the Indian cultural consciousness. It is at the same time my interaction with Irawati Karve as an empowered woman, deeply rooted in Marathi tradition, someone who was known for her scholarship and yet sought to have a conversation with the world through her non-academic writing. In this rewriting and embodiment of Irawatis Gandhari, I am trying to keep this complexity alive without the need to either essentialise or glorify either author or her character, by not trying to fill in the blanks.”
Within Remembering Veenapani Festival at Adishakti we heard last night The Sage For the Ages and Kaartikz Ensemble.
Safor for the Ages is anew age independent band with members form India and Bangladesh, and they have shared with the audience stories through their original songwriiting, arranged for trio.
In the second set with quartet Kaartikz Ensemble some jazz standards (Wayne Shoriter, Tania Maria…..etc) were played, and contemporary arrangements of tradition Bengali music.
– Kaartik on Voical, Baritone Guitar and Gutiar Synth
– Kirtana on Vocals and Guitar
– Raj on Bass
– Turjo on Drums
The 3rd International Potters Market ended on 28th January at the Visitors Centre with the enjoyable concert of The Funky Side of Life, a band composed by two vocalists Vera and Swaha, Matt at sax, Dhani guitars and vocals, Shakti piano and vocals, Sep at drums and Rolf at Bass. More than one hour of good music, well played classic jazz hits and original songs.