If you’re in London, head down to Hackney this Thursday (Jan 26) for an evening of beautiful African-inspired music, featuring Congo Dia Ntotila, Nick Mulvey and Mosi Conde. Congo Dia Ntotila are known to touch on Congolese rumba, zouk, Cameroonian makosa and much more. The night will see them doing an exclusive stripped back set of Afro-fusion dance. They usually get the crowd dancing with their strong elements of jazz and Latin American music.
Nick Mulvey, a key found member of Portico Quartet, will be providing Congolese guitar and folky vocals, whilst kora maestro and multi-instrumentalist Mosi Conde will be performing a solo set.
The Moringa Tree is a charity that runs music festivals around the world, celebrating arts and culture and benefitting local communities. All the money raised from this event will be going towards the Asabaako festival at Busua beach, Ghana. A key element of this festival is to promote and provide a platform for unsigned, under-supported, underground artists in Ghana, who don’t have the resources to make it into the Ghanaian music industry.
Watch Mosi Conde at the Moringa Tree launch, here.
You can buy your tickets here.
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