Avalanche Kaito - Le repas du cobra (official video)
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Avalanche Kaito - Le repas du cobra (official video)

First single from the upcoming EP Dabalomuni (out Jan 21, 22) linkfire https://idol.lnk.to/Lerepasducobra https://avalanchekaito.bandcamp.com/track/le-repas-du-cobra-2 spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/1OlpDqnvX8c8wqjoeTjjVs?si=FzlI4gnOR9WhYQmU9r5TUg Avalanche Kaito: a Burkinabe urban griot (vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Kaito Winse) meets a Brussels noise punk duo (Drummer/pure dataist Benjamin Chaval and guitarist Nico Gitto). It's a completely new alloy and a huge opportunity to deconstruct both traditional and futurist knowledge. It is the sound of the world as it truly is; an unruly and unforgettable sonic explosion created by the intersection of wayward travellers. The 4-song digital EP »Dabalomuni« (out January 21st) is Avalanche Kaito's opening salvo. Their self-titled full-length album will be released via Glitterbeat Records in June of 2022. Kaito Winse: vocals, tama, mouth bow Benjamin Chaval: pure data, FFT Composed by Benjamin Chaval and Labalou Winse Lyrics by Labalou Winse Recorded by Elsa Grelot at La Savonnerie, Brussels in October 2021 Produced and mixed by Benjamin Chaval Mastering by Frédéric Alstadt Artwork and video by Danaé Clozza Executive producer and artistic advise: Michael Wolteche Produced by Enthusiast Music © Glitterbeat Records 2021 Management: info@enthusiastmusic.com LYRICS The meal of the cobra - Language: Moore Hohoho that's the way life is, yes, life is like that. If the donkey is going to strike us down, we can't catch its ears. When the donkey is going to strike us down, we can't find its ears. It is going to strike us down, we can't catch his ears. If the child of the tiger does not climb the tree, we will not know this power that comes from its ancestors. If the rainbird calls the Rain without planning its nest, the Rain will fall on him. Hohoho, we can't know everything. Heeee, we can't have it all. If the donkey is going to strike us down, we can't have its ears. It's the day the Thunder rumbles over us, that we'll know there are different angers. If human beings betray themselves, they discourage themselves. The one who throws you away is the same person who throws you back. Can one know all the surprises of life? Does the world stop existing? The rain has passed, we can no longer have the same thing. It is the day when the rain surprises us that we think of the dry clothes left at home. We can't have them anymore, we have to finish the path. The toad is the meal of the cobra. Tomorrow is far, tomorrow is far, tomorrow is far. Catch it and give it to me. You must not put the toad's share on a roof. You don't step on a blind man's testicles twice. Hahaha, you can't. You don't step on a blind man's testicles twice. In French You don't step on a blind man's testicles twice.
AMMAR 808 - Ain essouda (feat. Cheb Hassen Tej)
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AMMAR 808 - Ain essouda (feat. Cheb Hassen Tej)

Order 'Maghreb United' CD/LP/DL: https://goo.gl/tdo2r7 Stream/Download 'Maghreb United': https://idol.lnk.to/Maghreb_United Follow AMMAR 808: https://www.facebook.com/ammar808/ Follow Glitterbeat: https://www.facebook.com/Glitterbeat/ Deep TR-808 bass meets pan-Maghreb beats, timeless voices and futurist visions. AMMAR 808 is Sofyann Ben Youssef, the sonic mastermind behind the Tunisian sensation: Bargou 08. The future is right now. We have driverless cars, robots taking over jobs, and commercial space travel is on the event horizon. Somehow, humanity has slipped into a science fiction life. But you can’t have a future without a past, something AMMAR 808 knows very well. On his debut release, Maghreb United, featuring the singers Mehdi Nassouli (Morocco), Sofiane Saidi (Algeria) and Cheb Hassen Tej (Tunisia), he connects the two to offer a radical, electronic reinvention of ancient North African music. “The past is a collective heritage,” explains AMMAR 808. He started the project a year ago, after working with the lauded Bargou 08, searching for something to link the sense of what has been with what will be. “It’s what we all call on, what we all share. The music on Maghreb United is the past with now and the future with now. I’m trying to weave threads from folklore and mythology into futurism. And I’m not necessarily projecting a positive image; from all we can see, things aren’t going in the right direction. What I hope is that it will raise an alarm.” Yet there’s also plenty of hope here. With singers from Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco, songs from the Targ, Gnawa, and Raï histories, and a TR-808 alongside a distorted gumbri (Nassouli), gasba flute and zokra bagpipes (Lassaed Bougalmi), this is an album that reaches out to encompass the entire Maghreb area of North Africa. Things can change in the blink of an eye. In life as well as music. “When you talk about today’s problems,” Ammar 808 says, “it’s already too late. People talk about what should be, when you need to project about the future.” And with Maghreb United, that’s exactly what AMMAR 808 does. It’s the great reinvention of a region’s music. It’s a call to action. It’s the future, right now.
Chouk Bwa & The Ångstromers - Move Tan (Official Video)
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Chouk Bwa & The Ångstromers - Move Tan (Official Video)

◉ Chouk Bwa & The Ångstromers / Voudou Alé | BJR052 | May 22, 2020 ◉ A film by Maël Delorme From an original idea from Michael Wolteche A painting of Félix Vincent And with the help of Ahmed Ayed Lyrics : KREYOL Yon move tan parèt nan syèl la e Manman pitit mare senti nou Dlo pwal koule vre Atansyon pou nou pa nwaye la Van pwal soufle Loray gronde lapli tonbe Oo sa sa ye Kè m pa sote kè m pa sote Mwen se gason mwen santi m brav Ooo Bondye ban m fos map sipote Kalamite ak soufrans Tribilasyon ak tantasyon yo Nou pap dekouraje Chak jou nou leve nou prye Bondye nan syèl la pou l ede nou Pou gade nou Rele yo ! ENGLISH The weather is bad The mothers prepare carefully Water is going to fall Careful we don't drown The wind will blow The storm will growl, the water will fall but how ? Stay calm, heart I'm a man, I feel brave My god, give me the strength to stand it Calamities and suffering Tribulations and temptations We won't be discouraged Every day we get up and pray God who is in heaven, help us Watch us Call them ! FRANCAIS Le temps est mauvais dans le ciel Les mamans se préparent fermement L’eau va couler Attention ne nous noyons pas Le vent va souffler L’orage gronder la pluie tomber Mais quoi ? Reste ferme mon coeur Je suis un homme je me sens brave Mon dieu donne-moi la force de supporter Calamités et souffrance Tribulations et tentations Ne nous décourageons pas Chaque jour nous nous levons nous prions Dieu qui êtes au ciel, aidez-nous Regardez-nous Appelez-les ! _____________________________________________ LP & Digital album available on : https://choukbwa.bandcamp.com/album/vodou-al-2 Our Record Store & Label : http://www.bongojoe.ch Stay in touch with our latest releases and info on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/BongoJoeLabel/ We’re also on soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/bongojoerecordshop
Kel Assouf - Fransa
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Kel Assouf - Fransa

CD/LP/DL: https://goo.gl/jun6oW Digital: https://idol.lnk.to/Black_Tenere Release date: 15 February 2019 Kel Assouf return with an even more transformative collection: Black Tenere. Produced by the band’s keyboardist Sofyann Ben Youssef, the mastermind behind the highly touted AMMAR 808, the new 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. Kel Assouf’s musical journey has flowed seamlessly from the well-spring created by Ishumar desert rock pioneers Tinariwen - that Haroun first encountered as a young musician in Niger - towards sonic horizons that include the rock classicism of groups like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Queens of the Stone Age and the club beats and astral ambiance of European electronic music. On Black Tenere, the band pushes these different textures and influences towards a persuasive, raw-edged crescendo. Ag Haroun see’s the path to the new album and its new sound this way: “my musical tastes didn’t change but they are expanding further thanks to my different encounters and my curiosity. Black Tenere is a rock album. it's a choice to give a more original touch that builds up the identity of Kel Assouf and differentiates it from the other groups of Ishumar music. For me the music has to travel and it has to be open to other sounds so that everyone can listen to the messages it carries.” The messages found in Ag Haroun’s lyrics are indeed potent, tragic and inspiring in their defiance. The struggle of the stateless Kel Tamashek (a name they prefer to the colonial moniker “Tuareg”) to maintain control of their ancestral lands, their dignity and their nomadic way of life, has only recently entered the fringes of Western consciousness. This is not a band in search of a theme. Ag Haroun’s lyrical intentions on the album are clear and transparent. As he puts it, “Black Tenere talks about the Tamashek tragedy, its history since colonization until today, and the geopolitics that unfolds in the desert for its natural resources.” But infused into the sharp, unswerving social analysis and the calls for resistance, there is also the shimmer of nostalgia and a poetry of deep longing. The recognition that the very fabric of desert life is at stake and has possibly already been lost. The recordings brilliantly reflect the strong collective heart of the band – each musician supporting the album’s propulsive, hypnotic purposes - yet on many occasions stepping forward in thrilling ways. Kel Assouf is a triangle of influences, cultural expressions and complex identities. Oliver Penu, a young jazz drummer from Belgium. Sofyann Ben Youssef, a renowned electronic producer and rock fan, born and raised in Tunisia. Anana Ag Haroun, a second generation Ishumar guitarist and singer-songwriter from Niger - living in Brussels, one of Europe’s most multi-ethnic capital cities. The band is a reflection of how contemporary music works and enriches us. In an era where borders are being redrawn and walls are being erected, Kel Assouf shows us other possibilities. Kel Assouf: Impassioned and defiant. Wired and spectral. Boundless and innovative. Ishumar sonics 3.0
Kaito et le jour du seigneur - Eya - PRO USE ONLY
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