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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 »

Music Review: Various Artists – Live from Festival au Desert, Timbuktu

This is as close as you can get to being at Festival au Desert without actually travelling to the Sahara Desert. 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: 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: Bombino – Agadez

His passionate voice, a guitar that sings and the ability to communicate through sound alone will send a shiver down your spine. Read More »

Movie Review: Agadez – The Music And The Rebellion

An excellent job of depicting the life and struggles of the Kel Tamsheq (Tuareg) people of the Sahara. Read More »

Book Review: The Seven Veils Of Seth by Ibrahim al-Koni

An opportunity to learn something more about the Tuareg in a funny and thoughtful, well-written novel. Read More »

Book Review: The Caliphate by Andre Le Gallo

Taunt thriller set in the tense world of international terrorism and espionage. Read More »

Music Review: Group Bombino – Guitars From Agadez Vol. 2

This is the music of rebellion, and you can hear that in every note they play and every word they sing. Read More »

Music Review: Various Performers – Footsteps In Africa – The Soundtrack

Like the movie, the soundtrack speaks with the voice of the film makers, not their subject, the Tuareg. Read More »