Soubour By Songhoy Blues

But if the Songhoy people are regarded these days as a marginalised minority, the “desert blues” band which bears their name. Albarn’s Africa Express collaboration, and their song Soubour, which.

From "Africa Express Presents: Maison Des Jeunes" – the new album from the African and Western music collective – out December 9th on Transgressive Records.

Maison Des Jeunes is a 2013 album by musician Damon Albarn in collaboration with African musicians for the Africa Express project that Albarn launched in early 2013. Background. In October 2013, Damon Albarn spearheaded a week-long trip to Mali by a group of musicians including Brian Eno, Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner, members of Metronomy and Django Django, Holy Other, Lil Silva, Cid Rim, Two.

With Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, they recorded a song called Soubour that was the opening track. From there, everything changed. The album was launched in London, and Songhoy Blues were.

Watch Songhoy Blues exclusively perform Soubour in the player below. You have a more meaningful band name than most. It refers to the Songhai Empire, which five centuries ago was all over that.

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Later that day, I downloaded a song by the band called "Soubour". I was blown away. If Malian guitar great Ali Farka Touré and US bluesman John Lee Hooker had a love child, it would sound like Songhoy.

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An audition followed and Songhoy Blues were invited to record a track with Nick Zinner, acclaimed producer and guitarist in NYC’s one and only Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The song, entitled "Soubour," proved a.

You can watch a video of Zinner collaborating with Malian group Songhoy Blues on a track titled ‘Soubour’ by clicking at the bottom of the page. There have also been details of a launch event for the.

Pre-order the album through iTunes and get an instant download of Malian band Songhoy Blues’ “Soubour.” Watch an on-location video for the lithely vamping, rough-hewn track, including.

The truly remarkable talent of Songhoy Blues stopped by the Gigwise office to play a rousing. Maison Des Jeunes was put out by Transgressive and it included their track ‘Soubour’. The label loved.

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By injecting the ancient song forms with the cranked-up spirit of the past masters of the electric Blues and some of the rock flash of Jimi Hendrix, however, Songhoy Blues create. co-authoring the.

From "Africa Express Presents: Maison Des Jeunes" – the new album from the African and Western music collective – out December 9th on Transgressive Records.

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NME wrote, "This resulting debut is a masterpiece of desert blues, blending American guitar licks with Malian groove. ‘Soubour’ wouldn’t sound out of place on a Black Keys record." Songhoy Blues.

Several of Songhoy Blues’ lyrics also have global themes. Toure said this trait has been the source of ongoing problems across Africa. But the gentle "Soubour" means patience which, he added, would.

live quintet Songhoy Blues offered a distinctly Western experience, a straight-up blues-rock set infused with the accent and rhythms of their homeland. Their track Soubour has become a crossover hit,

Songhoy Blues is the product of this disruption and. It mixes big, thick desert blues (the songs “Nick” and “Soubour”) with sweet, quieter pieces like “Desert Melodie” and “Petit Métier,” which.

Tickets go on sale at 10:00am local time on Friday, April 17 th and will be available at http://songhoy-blues.com Today Dangerous Minds premiered a new live video for lead cut "Soubour," featuring.

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An audition followed and Songhoy Blues were invited to record a track with Nick Zinner, acclaimed producer and guitarist in NYC’s one and only Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The song, entitled "Soubour," proved a.

(Pre-order it here.) A physical edition will follow in 2014. Below, check out a video for "Soubour" by Malian band Songhoy Blues in collaboration with Zinner. The record is a continuation of Albarn’s.

Later. with Jools Holland is a contemporary British music television show hosted by Jools Holland.A spin-off of The Late Show, it has been running in short series.

See the tracklist underneath for full details of the collaborations and watch the video for ‘Soubour’ by Malian band Songhoy Blues in collaboration with Zinner. [via Pitchfork]

Music can be universal in that way. Check out this video for their tune "Soubour" for a good taste of what Songhoy Blues has to offer. We’re excited to check out this band with an unusual sound and.

Maison Des Jeunes is a 2013 album by musician Damon Albarn in collaboration with African musicians for the Africa Express project that Albarn launched in early 2013. Background. In October 2013, Damon Albarn spearheaded a week-long trip to Mali by a group of musicians including Brian Eno, Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner, members of Metronomy and Django Django, Holy Other, Lil Silva, Cid Rim, Two.