African world music meets afro-futurism. The essence of this tradicional instruments meet booty shake electronics shows well in the track Sohaa Gb3k3 – that’s a favorite, hilarious but in a good way.
Saharan rock, now I know. Although it is somewhat different then rock and more like what indie is to rock—not in a quality sense, but more in a sidestepping different thing sense. On a different note: this cover.
I came accross a bunch of artists opening up the whole Afro-Caribbean electronic music scene for me. Africa meets Latin-America on the club dancefloor. Funny thing, what made me discover all these artists were their spectactular album covers that I just kept clicking.
Ghetto Kumbé – Soy Selva
Nación Ekeko – La Danza
King Coya – Tierra de King Coya
Dengue Dengue Dengue – Son de los Diablos