Tudúlos in Choubo language means sprout of a plant. The band was formed in 2004 in Quelimane, Zambézia Province, Mozambique.
Based in Cape Town, Black South Easter combine elements of Afro-pop, rocking reggae, funk, blues, jazz, soul and world dance, creating a unique progressive South African groove mixing the best of local flavours. Taking their name from the winds that blow across the Cape peninsula, the band’s live shows are known to generate a powerful energy, transporting their audience on a soulful journey, from the calm to the heart of the storm.
Austrian Roots Reggae
Hard Rock from Inhambane & Maputo
João is one of the most talented singer & songwriter of our town of Inhambane. Besides his strong connection to Reggae music, he is a theater actor, cartoonist, writer, poet & preacherman. He is a primary rock of Inhambane's music scene.
Positivo Moçambique is an association of artists and activists using music in a truly unique participatory approach, for raising awareness about Health and Social matters and promoting positive learning opportunities to young people from the remote areas of Mozambique and other neighboring countries in Southern Africa.
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Oral tradition in Africa.
Sacred stories told by storytellers.
Vows of secrecy.
Mozambican roots from Vilankulo