Antibalas. Antibalas - Beaten Metal. Antibalas - Dirt and Blood. Antibalas afrobeat orchestra - Battle of the species. Antibalas - Full Performance (Live on KEXP) Antibalas "Dirty Money" OFFICIAL VIDEO. Antibalas. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Antibalas en concert à Dallas le 19 mai 2005 Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra (de l'espagnol « pare-balle ») est un groupe d'afrobeat originaire de Brooklyn inspiré par Fela Kuti et le Harlem River Drive Orchestra de Eddie Palmieri. Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] Fondé en 1998 par Martín Perna sous le nom de « Conjunto Antibalas », le groupe joue sur scène pour la première fois le 26 mai 1998 au St.
Nicks Pub à Harlem, pour une soirée organisée par l'artiste Xaviera Simmons. Durant l'été 2000, Antibalas enregistre son premier album, Liberation Afrobeat Vol.1 et fait deux tournées en Angleterre tout en jouant occasionnellement à New York. Antibalas a joué dans 23 pays, du Japon au Portugal en passant pas la Turquie et d'un bout à l'autre de New York, de Summerstage au centre de détention de Rikers Island. Le groupe a partagé la scène avec de nombreux musiciens dont d'anciens collaborateurs de Fela Kuti. Membres[modifier | modifier le code]
Chicago AfroBeat Project. Chicago Afrobeat Project (CAbP) is a seven- to 14-piece world music ensemble with many influences, including afrobeat, Afro-Cuban, funk, jazz, jùjú music, and rock.
The members are well versed in afrobeat, the musical style of Fela Kuti. Based in Chicago, they play over 100 live performances a year, sometimes accompanied by African dancers from Chicago's Muntu Dance Theatre. The group has released four studio efforts between 2005-2013 all recorded at Fullerton Recording Studios. Carrying the Torch Since 2002. The Shaolin Afronauts (band) The Shaolin Afronauts are an Adelaide-based instrumental afrobeat band that is styled after Fela Kuti's Africa 70 band and Sun Ra.
Their music incorporates elements of avant-garde jazz, soul and traditional African and Cuban percussive rhythms. Founded in 2008 out of a fascination with Afrobeat and creative improvised music the band began their life as a support for The Transatlantics before branching out to play their own shows. Over the course of the next few months, the group solidified with a core of twelve band members and expanded their repertoire of original songs. Over the next few years, the band's presence grew; in 2011, they were booked to play the Womadelaide festival in South Australia and had already seen extensive touring throughout the country. The Shaolin Afronauts - Kilimanjaro. Henry Cole's Afrobeat Collective - Comienzo. The Souljazz Orchestra.
The Souljazz Orchestra - Insurrection (Original Version) The Souljazz Orchestra. The Souljazz Orchestra performing in Calgary (2007) The Souljazz Orchestra is a Canadian musical group based in Ottawa that has toured Canada, the United States and Europe.
Their music is a fusion of soul, jazz, funk, afrobeat and Latin styles. Members Kokolo. KOKOLO AFROBEAT - "Mister Sinister" w/ Lyrics. Kokolo Afrobeat Orchestra. Kokolo (/kəˈkoʊloʊ/ kə-KOH-loh), also known as the Kokolo Afrobeat Orchestra, is an American Afrobeat band from the Lower East Side of New York City, formed in 2001 by songwriter/producer Ray Lugo. Along with The Daktaris and Antibalas, they form part of the early New York Afrobeat scene that ignited the genre’s current global revival. Name Origin The band's name was taken from a 1970's term used in Spanish Harlem and parts of the Caribbean, often as a pejorative, to describe Latinos of African descent who were fans of Afro music.
Kokolo aimed to invert the negative connotation of the term through the positivity in their music. History: From Punk to Afrofunk Fuss And Fight Www.keziahjones.com. Keziah Jones - KPA Fuca. SALUTING THE BLACK PRESIDENT FELA KUTI avec GINGER BAKER, TONY ALLEN, KEZIAH JONES. KEZIAH JONES /SPLEEN /YAEL NAIM /SHINRI- "RYTHM IS LOVE" - The official online hub for the Music and Writings of Anthony Joseph. Anthony Joseph and The Spasm Band feat. Keziah Jones - Vero. The Spasm Band. Anthony Joseph & The Spasm Band is a band led by Trinidadian poet, novelist and lecturer Anthony Joseph.
The band was formed in London in 2005 as an offshoot of his then novel-in-progress The African Origins of UFOs. The band's musical influences include Free Jazz, Afro-Caribbean funk, spoken word, soca, rapso, Calypso, Rock and the hypnotic Spiritual Baptist rhythms that were prominent in Joseph's childhood in Trinidad. In December 2005, as a quartet, they recorded their first album 'The Spasm Band' in London. The album was self produced and received only limited exposure. It was heard via Myspace by Parisian producer and Jazz aficionado Antoine Rajon who signed Joseph to his Heavenly Sweetness label and released the Spasm Band's debut 12" EP Spirit Lash, which featured songs from their initial recordings. Anthony Joseph. Anthony Joseph Anthony Joseph (born 12 November 1966, Port of Spain, Trinidad) is a British/Trinidadian poet, novelist, musician and lecturer.
Biography Joseph was born in Trinidad and raised by his grandparents. He began writing as a young child and cites his main influences as calypso, surrealism, jazz, the spiritual Baptist church that his grandparents attended, and the rhythms of Caribbean speech. Joseph has lived in the UK since 1989.