Robb Johnson wrote an amazing 5 star review for R2 magazine about the 20Sth Collector's album.
"...it's an essential, inspirational artefact."
You can subscribe to the R2 magazine on their website.
'Blackfacing / Whitewashing' is a theatre performance co-created by Sarah Baur, Gorges Ocloo and Dirk Verstockt.
It premiered on April 29th 2017 at 'I Have A Dream Exchanged' at Zinnema, Brussels.
The festival celebrates Black History Awareness and brings together artists from Brussels, London and New York to present their views on skin color and/or the history of Africa to the public.
With 'Blackfacing / Whitewashing' Baur, Ocloo and Verstockt aim to look passed clichés on identity by purpously introducing mixed and multi layered views on the matter.
'Blackfacing / Whitewashing' was made with the support of the Flemish Community Commission and Sabam for Culture and was a co-produced by Zinnema and Choux de Bruxelles.
Announcement in Bruzz (Brussels Media) for Lokale Helden (Local Heroes), a series of concerts throughout Brussels to promote local talent.
For this event Qotob Trio will play a concert in NIC NAC-GC Nekkersdal together with Refugees got Talent.
Robert Denselow got his hands on a copy of the 20sth collector’s album and wrote this great 3-star review for The Guardian.
Read it on their website or by clicking the link on the right side.
Rafl Stiftel gave the 20sth collector’s album a nice review in the German paper Westfälischer Anzeiger. Click the image below to read his review (in German).
Jaune Toujours collector’s album “20sth” in the Top of the World Albums chart! Thanks Songlines for including us, in spite of digital distribution problems at [PIAS] Digital through [PIAS] Belgium.
Feel free to buy it at our good old never-let-us-down https://jaunetoujours.bandcamp.com
Feeling so proud in the good company of a.o. Orchestra Baobab, Ibibio Sound Machine, Tamikrest & The Hot 8 Brass Band!
See the full list here.
Rhein Main Magazin published a small review about the 20sth collectors album and box set. You can read it (in German) directly on their website here (page 36).
End of March, Jaune Toujours goes to Burkina Faso again, for a festival residence at Rock à Ouaga. They played there a first time in 2014 and collaborated with local Touareg rockers Derhan. This time, they share the scene and their musical ideas with local celebrity Patrick Kabré, a young singer and guitar player, also internationally known for his explosive mix of afrobeat, blues, rock and more traditional mandingue music.
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