Camille Feghali pushes boundaries with fusion of electronica and Lebanese classical music
In an act of self-preservation of his culture and his history, Feghali has combined the driving beats of EDM and electronica with the stirring classical scales of traditional Lebanese music.
Malian music pioneer Moussa Diakité looks to Australia’s First Nations Peoples with new album
Infusing an amalgamation of West African music styles with blues, jazz and Cuban music, Diakité’s sunshiny guitar licks bring an ultra-cool ‘Afro-groove’ to the world of music.
Of Women, Cows and War – Ajak Kwai shares her experiences as a South Sudanese refugee
From speaking very little to recording albums in three languages and hosting a show on Melbourne community radio, Ajak Kwai has thrived in the face of adversity.
PREMIERE: Otis Thomas soothes with new track ‘Sore Eyes’
Feeling like you’ve just woken up from a bad dream? 2020 might still be on fire but Otis Thomas is here to apply some cool aloe vera to our burns with his new track ‘Sore Eyes’.