Listen to exciting music with your feet on the floor review

In February of last year, shortly before the first arrest for the pandemic, I saw her on stage in the Casa Independente in Lisbon. Two beings who seemed to have come from another dimension, one (Coqwe) taking care of the drums, programming and sometimes the voice, while the other (Iko) talked about equality, democracy, manipulated communication or neo-colonialism, all rolled into one Register that was informative at times, in other prosecutors, or even ironic. The sound was percussive, lush, and physical, and contained elements of sound collections made in Angola by English ethnomusicologist Hugh Tracey sometime between 1920 and 1970.

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