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Super Djata Band was the most eccentric and funky band in Mali at the end of the seventies, much closer to the "groove" of the bámbara and wassoulou rhythms than to the rhythms of malinké music (more melodic and soft). It was influenced by the blues, rock and African-American music that was heard on the radio then: James Brown, Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, Chuck Berry, BB King... Bamba Dembele, his drummer, decided to recreate in 2014 the spirit of that formation with the name of Bamba Wassoulou Groove and revolutionizes the international panorama of the African music, offering unforgettable concerts in the main festivals of Europe and North America. Bamba Wassoulou Groove with its psychedelic electric guitars, blues, hypnotic sounds, moving voices, hot rhythmic, is driving and revitalizing the current music of Mali. Mixing experienced musicians and talented young people, they have updated and modernized a music that has not lost any of its strength and originality transmitting live a powerful energy. His new work is entitled "Dankélé Live Sessions" and they present it live in Barcelona in what will be his first visit.
Caníbal is every Wednesday's revolution. Since its origins, more than 10 years ago in this same house, it has championed all the fugitive music patterns and rising trends. Reggae, soul, black music, dancehall. ragga, jungle, dubstep, roots... enjoy the bite.See More