Music from Sierra Leone – SMAC

Sierra Leone complained for more than 50 days not a single case of Ebola. This are  great news and great News should be celebrated. In Western countries, one  would have a press notice released  and allow ministers to visit hospitals. But West Africa works differently: the  SMAC sends first a beautifully optimistic music video in the world. We twerk with them

Music from France – Orange Blossom

Orange Blossom is a worldmusic Band from Nantes/France founded 1993. Their sound is  a mix of electronic music with arabic influences . In November 2014 they´ve released their new album “Under the shades of violet” the song “Habibi” is from their 2005 album “Everything must change ”

Music from France – Benjamin Biolay

Benjamin Biolay  (born January 20, 1973 in Villefranche-sur-Saône) is a French singer and actor. Along with several other artists, such as Dominique A or Philippe Katerine, he is one of the best-known representatives of the Nouvelle Chanson.

Here is his song “Tu es mon amour ”


Music from the US – Donavon Frankenreiter // Surf Rock

This guy, Donavon Frankenreiter, is really interesting! Before he became a musician in the age of 18, he was a professional surfer. His musical style is still influenced of these relaxed surfing sounds. Listen to his nice song “Shine”:

Music from Morocco – Jilahena Natu

Jilahena Natu is a musician from Morocco.

Tan Tan is a drab administrative centre of around 70,000 inhabitants. Because it’s part of a duty-free zone, along with the rest of the Tarfaya Strip and Western Sahara, a lot of shops sell goods such as radios, computers and electric razors. Aside from its moussem (see Tan Tan Plage), Tan Tan’s one claim to fame is that it was a departure point for Hassan II’s famous Green March to occupy the Western Sahara (La Marche Verte, or el Massira el Khadra).

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Here is their song “Enabia Allah ”

Music from Ireland – Hozier

Hozier, actually Hozier Andrew Byrne (born March 17, 1990 in Bray), is an Irish folk-rock musician.

Andrew Hozier-Byrne is the son of a blues musician and therefore grew up with music. At 15, he was a member of his first band. In 2012 Hozier then began a solo career and released a year later, his debut single Take Me to Church.