Tuesday, March 14, 2017

More videos from bands and artists coming to WOMAD 2017

The Hot 8 Brass Band - 'Sexual Healing (Official Video)' [Marvin Gaye Cover]
Direct from the streets of New Orleans, the raucous and joyful Hot 8 Brass Band has re-cast traditional marching band jazz with funk, R&B and hip-hop. Over 20 years of leading community parades, funeral processions, street parties and concerts, the band has endured great tragedies, including the violent deaths of several members and Hurricane Katrina, but they have emerged triumphant.



Live - Inna Modja "Boat People" - 2016
Having been encouraged to sing by Salif Keita, the multi-talented Inna Modja is carving out a unique path on the world stage.  Her music is an alluring mix of desert blues, electronica and hip-hop with hard-hitting lyrics, set to a flawless groove.  She is outspoken on many of the injustices facing African women but, ultimately, hers is a powerful and positive vision for the future.

Lord Echo - Molten Lava (Official Music Video)
New Zealand producer and multi instrumentalist Lord Echo (aka Mike Fabulous) has been flexing his dual-mastery of 60's production techniques and modern dancefloor aesthetics for over a decade now, through a flowing blend of boogie-laced Funk, disco-primed Reggae, futuristic Soul, and timeless African rhythms.


Nattali Rize & Julian Marley - Natty Rides Again
Best known as the dynamic front woman of roots favourites Blue King Brown, the ever-evolving Nattali heads up this new-conscious reggae project.  With a renewed focus and energy after spending time living in Jamaica, Nattali and her Jamaican-international band are ready to unleash their debut album of uplifting and thought-provoking music.


Parov Stelar - Booty Swing
Austria’s electro-swing band Parov Stelar, fronted by singer Cleo Panther, will make their New Zealand debut exclusive to WOMAD NZ.  Their insanely catchy music that has been used in advertising campaigns across the world with joyous horns and sophisticated style, has the sass and panache of 1920s cabaret, with modern-day dance floor appeal.

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