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To claim your FREE DOWNLOAD of the track ‘Opa Cupa’ from Söndörgő’s forthcoming album Tamburising: Lost music of the Balkans use the player below and enter your email address when prompted!
We are delighted to announce that Hungarian group Söndörgő (no, we’re not sure how to say it either) are releasing their album Tamburising: Lost music of the Balkans on World Village UK. The release date has now been confirmed as 27th June 2011 in the UK on CD and digitally worldwide, which coincides with their appearance at this years Songlines Encounters festival at Kings Place, London, on the 25th June.
Söndörgő play nimble, life-affirming party music. Their trademark instrument is the tambura, a small mandolin-like instrument played in the Serbian and Croatian communities in Hungary. It’s something very different from the fiddle-led sounds that dominate the Hungarian tradition. The music Söndörgő play is one of the best-kept secrets of the Balkans with nimble, rhythmic dances that set the feet tapping.
Check out some album previews here:
Listen below to previews from Talvin Singh & Niladri Kumar’s album Together, forthcoming on World Village. The album combines deep-rooted Indian tradition with a powerful modern aesthetic.
Its released on the 18 April on CD in the UK and via download sites worldwide, the iTunes version comes with a pdf booklet of some fantastic artwork by Finlay Cowan who, amongst other things is known for his illustration and design work with Storm Thorgerson for Pink Floyd, Muse, Audioslave, Symphonic, Led Zeppelin and many others.
Get involved on Facebook HERE – this contains all the info for the upcoming UK tour too!
Here’s just a little taster of what’s to come from Talvin Singh and Niladri Kumar’s forthcoming album on World Village. The track is the title track of their new album ‘Together’ and it’s a cracker!
Gilad Atzmon is featured in the December 2010 / January 2011 issue of Jazzwise Magazine, talking about the new album ‘The Tide Has Changed’ amongst other things. It’s a great article written by Andy Robson, well worth the read.
The issue is available NOW!
The OHE Marathon, 3-set extravaganza, tonight, London Jazz Festival @ The Arts Depot London
To book online
Watch 3 great videos of the band:
To Quote Gilad himself:
“2001- we were young and sexy
2005-older but silly
2006-mature & subversive”
SPECIAL OFFER: 50 tickets for £10 as long as you mention London Student Paper
Thursday 18 November 2010
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020 8369 5454
Great news from our Triabolical trio Justin Adams, Lu Edmonds and Ben Mandelson AKA Les Triaboliques: They are playing a select few dates across the UK this November to follow-up their acclaimed album ‘rivermudtwilight’ released last year.
The dates are as follows:
16 Colchester – Lakeside Theatre www.easternroots.co.uk
18 London – St Ethelburga’s http://stethelburgas.org/events/music_and_culture
19 Shoreham-on-Sea – Ropetackle Arts Centre www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk
20 Basingstoke – The Anvil www.anvilarts.org.uk
Check out the flyers below…