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World Cup 2014 – Número um

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So, as the World Cup ended last Sunday, I thought it would be a good idea to revive that football spirit by putting together a World Cup playlist which will…Read more

My Top 10 Songs for Summer 2014!

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Hi everyone! Now that school’s finished and the summer holidays have begun for many, I thought it would be a great idea to make a summer playlist of some hit…Read more

Do You Wanna Play?

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So early this year, Olivia let you all know about a new and talented artist, Hannah Dorman. She’s a country-rock young singer who also writes her own songs. She’s launching…Read more

Joe Driscoll and Sekou Kouyate at the Jazz Cafe

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Finally got to see my favourite “African-hip-hop-fusion duo” this weekend at the Jazz Cafe, Camden!

Weray Ent; Up-and-coming group

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So Weray Ent are a new, fresh afrobeats group. As you may or may not know, afrobeats is a new genre of music which is influenced by traditional African music,…Read more

The role of the village

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In East African culture, music tends to create unity and reinforce cohesion within societies. Music and dance are prevalent in all aspects of life for many tightly-knit villages. In Swahili, which…Read more

14.03.15 This Week In the Studio

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This week in the studio the fire alarm nearly defeated us again, we started on the instrument museum and worked on all the music from album 5…

Fuse ODG on BBC Newsnight

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Earlier this month, British-Ghanaian afro-beats singer Fuse ODG gave an interview on the BBC’s Newsnight show regarding changing people’s perception about Africa which is mainly influenced by the media. Fuse…Read more

Brit Awards 2014

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Our summary of this year’s Brit Awards.

13.02.13 This Week In The Studio

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A lovely day in the studio with pub lunch and sun!

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