One of my favourite restaurants in London, Mosob serves delicious Eritrean food in a friendly, funky atmosphere and every month it has a party… AdvertisementsRead more "Mosob – Great Eritrean Restaurant and Music"
When the sparkling flamenco fusion album Orillas hit my desk, I sprung into action to get in touch with the author. And then nothing for over a year. It was worth the wait though as we get the skinny on his new album…Read more "Juan Carmona – L’Etranger de Flamenco"
If colonialism is on its last gasp, in Rhodesia, it seems capable of holding its breath for a very long time. It’s the early 1950s and an eight-year-old girl can hear drums, loud powerful drums, that rock her world and accompany the mbira she is listening to. Only, no one else can hear the drums.Read more "Stella Chiweshe – Mystic Sounds from Inner Space"
With the release of Barí, Ojos de Brujo produced not only one of the most exciting releases of recent years but declared a manifesto. Fly caught up with ODB’s DJ Panko to talk flamenco, graffiti and how to beat the multinationals at their own game as their new album dropsRead more "Ojos de Brujo – Hip Hop, Flamenco and Anarcosindicalismo"