The West African beats keep the crowd grooving to Youssou’s powerful voice.
Ballads echo as if down empty corridors, replete with sublime autoharp, keyboard and harmonies…
A mix of reggae, funk, rock and dub grooves creates the unique sound that is Tjintu Desert Band
Father-son team Toumani and Sidiki Diabate are the latest in an extraordinary 71-generation line of kora players in their family.
Max Savage and The False Idols provide the perfect soundtrack to a WOMAD Sunday afternoon
Flavia Coelho is completely loco.
Perfect for those who want to dance in the dust and for those who want to sit under the stars.
Criolo shows a lot of potential in his new musical ventures.
A playful show that is uplifting for the spirit!
A quick round-up of Womadelaide 2015’s opening day!
Womadelaide opened in style, with a colourful celebration of beloved Indian festival – Holi
Almost every song introduces a new and different instrument keeping the music easy to listen to but entertainingly diverse.
It all comes together in a fractured sort of way, a sublime nightmare.
The moon is full, and how Rufus howls.
Something old, something new.