La Panika

In the spirit of the eastern european village band, La Panika interprets the gypsy and balkan music of Bulgaria and Macedonia. When Benito Blancquaert, Belgian saxophone player and leader of the group, met Petar Elmazov, Bulgarian gipsy accordion player, it was (musical) love at first sight. Flamboyant French trumpetplayer Jean-Pierre Lietar came in, and the […]

Dizzy Mandjeku & Alé Kumá

Uniting Colombian and Congolese musicians, De Palenque à Matongé revives and reinterprets the historical connection between two musical traditions that have travelled back and forth between the New World and the African motherland. Alé Kumá, one of the most important Afro-Colombian bands, led by Leonardo Gómez Jattín, invited Dizzy Mandjeku for recordings and concerts in […]

Myrddin

“When listening to Myrddin I hear much more than only guitar. I get drawn in, enticed to join his quest, as if he wants me to participate. Just like in theatre, the curtain is drawn to the sides, the spotlights are lit, silence sets in and you feel like anything is possible. Wonderful, inexplicable things […]

Jamaican Jazz Orchestra

Jamaican Jazz Orchestra takes you on ride through their musical jungle where you can hear the sounds of reggae and ska mixed with jazz. If you listen closely to this eight piece instrumental band you will discover a wide range of different colors and moods blending them all smoothly together. Jamaican Jazz Orchestra hits the […]