Sibusile Xaba – Open Letter To Adoniah


Sibusile Xaba is a unique South African artist ! Guitar player, singer and composer, his style on this debut album “Open Letter to Adoniah / Unlearning” (out on Mushroom Hour Half 13th July 2017) is a mix between Maskandi & Avant-garde Jazz.


His trio, with percussionists Thabang Tabane and Moahanganai Magagula, is joined by drummer Bonoko Nkoane and bass player Ariel Zamonsky, supervised by south african pianist Nduduzo Makhathini

unnamed (1)


Hiatus Kaiyote – Nakamara


Let me introduce you this Australian band called HIATUS KOYATE.


Members : 

Nai Palm : Lead Vocals & Guitar
Paul Bender : Bass
Perrin Moss : Perc.
Simon Mavin : Keys

Choose your weapon is their second LP. Here is TWO tracks from it : 


Breathing Underwater

@BenHarper Ben & Ellen Harper – Childhood Home (2014)

Ben & Ellen Harper Childhood Home

Emotional moments to come … Ben Harper is about to release a new album (14/05/06) with his mother, Ellen Harper. Childhood Home is a 10 tracks album; 6 Tracks written by Ben Harper, 4 by Ellen Harper, all original songs.

Intimate, Family book, Folk … Yes, deeply Folk. Heritage ! Ben Harper’s Grand parents founded in 1958 the Folk Music Center & Museum in Claremont, California. Proudly Folk then !

Ben & Ellen Harper Childhood Home

Intense, sometimes gloomy, painful…

Acoustic, while no electric instrument where used to record this Jewel. Ben Harper produced Childhood Home “like early Elvis,” he told Rolling Stone, after he and Charlie Musselwhite won the “Best Blues Album” GRAMMY Award for last year’s critically acclaimed Get Up!(Stax/Concord). “Not one thing is plugged in. It’s all acoustic. I think they’re going to call it ‘Americana,’ but it’s soul, California, folk rock, American.”

Ben Harper recently affirmed: “I’ve always figured home is where you run from, and then run to.”

Here’s a live version of Learn it all again Tomorrow, recorded live at the London Palladium on 27th April 2014 :

And A House is a Home :