March 26, 2021

W.E.R.F. Records

Don Kapot, Hooligan

An unhinged and idiosyncratic mix of punk, jazz, afrobeat and all this with a hint of spirituality !

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jazz, free jazz, afrobeat


October 2, 2020

W.E.R.F. Records

Don Kapot, Don Kaset

Viktor Perdieus (baritone saxophone), Giotis Damianidis (bass) and Jakob Warmenbol (drums) give us a first K7, paying homage to Oghene Kologbo. 

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jazz, free jazz, afrobeat

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February 15, 2019

Glitterbeat Records

Kel Assouf, Black Tenere

This album strips things back to a power trio lineup and focuses on the crackling, forward-looking energy of Nigerien front man Anana Ag Haroun’s next level Kel Tamashek (Tuareg) rock songs. 


Niger / Belgium

Tuareg, desert blues, psyche

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April 20, 2015

Buda Musique

Chouk Bwa Libète, Se nou ki la !

Embedded in rural voodoo and its three ingredients, drums, songs and dance, this debut album was made in April 2014 in the village Petite Rivière Bayonnais, close to the lakou of Souvenance

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roots, vodou


December 11, 2020

Les Disques Bongo Joe

Chouk Bwa & The Ångströmers,

Nèg Ginen / Ogou Bwe

This 7inch marks a new step in an unprecedented collaboration. After Electric Mambo, a first 7inch (Electric Mambo, 2019) as spontaneous as possible since it came from the first live session at Café Central in 2016, followed by a long work leading to the muddy Vodou Alé in 2020, here comes the joy and light !


Haiti / Belgium

roots, vodou, electro, dub

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May 22, 2020

Les Disques Bongo Joe

Chouk Bwa & The Ångströmers,

Vodou Ale

Afro-Caribbean voodoo polyrhythms meet bass-weight dub electronics on Vodou Alé, the debut full-length collaboration between Haitian six-piece Chouk Bwa and Belgian production duo, The Ångströmers. 


Haiti / Belgium

roots, vodou, electro, dub


January 31, 2019

el Negocito Records

Désir & Fiorini, Yo Anpil

Contemporary Haitian poetry written in Creole meets full force with daring experiments on piano and voice. The culture of voodoo slips into the rhythms and melodic lines.

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Haiti / Belgium

jazz, poetry, experimental

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October 2, 2020

Rebel Up Records

Kaito Winse, Kaladounia

On his debut album Kaito Winse plays all the instruments, sometimes accompanying the vocals.The tama drum, the toutlé and the Fulani flutes and the traditional mouth bow accompany the songs addressed to Ancestors and newborns, and appeal to the force of planet earth. Traditional and spiritual techniques are renewed and unveiled on this album. 


Burkina Faso

griot, roots music

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March 1, 2019

Ångström Records

Chouk Bwa & The Ångströmers,

Electric Mambo

The two tracks were selected from the first meeting with the Ångstromers at Café Central, Brussels, recorded live in September 2016. Modular synths and other vintage electronic instruments bring another dimension to Chouk Bwa’s music, although obviously it is always the band’s groove and fluent tempo that leads the energy of the ensemble: no laptops, no drum machines. 

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Haiti / Belgium

roots, vodou, electro, dub


June 15, 2018

Glitterbeat Records

AMMAR 808, Maghreb United

On his debut release, Maghreb United, featuring the singers Mehdi Nassouli (Morocco), Sofiane Saidi (Algeria) and Cheb Hassen Tej (Tunisia), AMMAR 808 offers a radical, electronic reinvention of ancient North African music. 


Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco

TR 808, Gnawa, Raï, Targ