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Jimmy Jammy Jam - See more info.

An homage to the late and great Jimi Hendrix, a slow and heavy riff based rock piece.

The Brain Drain Gang
Matata Mkubwa-Percussion - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - " A big problem"  in  the Swahili language from Africa.

Sultan Makendé
Matata Mkubwa-synths and beats - See more info.

A slow and pulsing combination of synths and beats, giving a feeling of rising tension and anxiety.

Sultan Makendé
Bunkalong-full version - See more info.

A fast and pumping organic fusion of very diverse influences, combining a string orchestra, funk, jazz, and loads of exotic percussion from many far and distant lands.

Sultan Makendé
Matata Mkubwa-no percussion - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - Big Trouble in Swahili
A slow an pulsating fusion of electronic synths, beats, and African chanting, giving a feeling of tension, anxiety, stress and wierdness.

Sultan Makendé
Bunkalong-Drums and percussion solo - See more info.

This is a tense and heavy remix of various combinations of the percussion, finishing with a crashing drum solo.

Sultan Makendé
Jimmy Jammy Jam-cues-trans-hits - See more info.

An homage to the late and great Jimi Hendrix, a slow and heavy riff based rock piece.

The Brain Drain Gang
Matata Mkubwa-No vocals - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - Big Trouble in Swahili
A slow an pulsating fusion of African percussion with electronic synths and beats, giving a feeling of tension, anxiety, stress and wierdness.

Sultan Makendé
Hither and Zither - See more info.

A fusion of traditional Arabian instruments and orchestra jamming away with a modern rock band.

Dave Yowell
Bunkalong-Orchestra and percussion - See more info.

A fast and pumping organic fusion of very diverse influences, combining a string orchestra, funk, jazz, and loads of exotic percussion from many far and distant lands.

Sultan Makendé

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