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Music Review: Tamikrest – ‘Chatma’


Building on the foundations laid by earlier Touareg bands, Tamikrest have created their own sound and message. Read More »

Music Review: Etran Finatawa – ‘The Sahara Sessions’

Etran Finatawa

You may not understand the lyrics but you can still appreciate the passion and the sound of this inspirational music. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Africa

Africa shows us how the continent has changed, and provides a reason to preserve the varied life within. Read More »

Festival au Désert 2013 Cancelled Due to Uprising in Northern Mali

This year's Tuareg music festival in Mali will be exported in the form of "events in exile." Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Songs For Desert Refugees

A great cross section of music representing the Kel Tamasheq (Tuareg) people of the Northern Sahara. Read More »

Music Review: Terakaft – Aratan N Azawad

Music generated by a soul's belief in something greater than itself, no other popular music can compare. Read More »

Music Review: Group Doueh – Zayna Jumma

An exciting mix of pop and traditional music from the sub-Saharan. Read More »

Libya’s Lifeline: Sub-Saharan Water

Can Libya survive a water crisis? Read More »

Music Review: Tinariwen – Imidiwan: Companions

A call to help a people remind themselves who they are and stand up and be recognized. Read More »

Movie Review: The Flight of the Phoenix (1965)

Jimmy Stewart, Richard Attenborough, the desert -- one hell of a good movie. Read More »