Beiträge mit dem Stichwort "Nigeria"

Emeka Ogboh – Interview

Emeka Ogboh: “It is pretty much cacophonous out there, but at the same time it feels like music being composed by the city”

"Lagos is a medley of different things; it is dynamic, colorful, vibrant, chaotic, intense, cacophon…

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TEN CITIES Clubbing in Nairobi, Cairo, Kyiv,​ Johannesburg, Berlin, Naples, ​Luanda, Lagos, Bristol, Lisbon​ 1960 – March 2020 / Interview mit Mudi Yahaya

Mudi Yahaya: “The truth and reality are that African artists rarely have the privilege of practicing art for arts sake. The nature of our mere existence is political”

"With more music genres having a voice through the internet and streaming we are seeing a growing in…

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Tom Simmert: "Dance Music Across the Atlantic"

Robert Johnson Theory 56

"What I want to share today are some considerations on electronic dance music in Africa, which has b…

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