In keeping with the quality that we have learnt to expect from Saharan desert blues music comes EZZA, a groove-Tuareg three piece from Northern Africa via France.
With soul-stirring melodies and infectious rhythms, the groups three-piece dynamic produces a more contemporary sound than that of many of their peers, ushering in the next generation of North African rock and roll whilst still maintaining the detail and beauty of the likes of Tinariwen and Ali Farke Touré.
The group will play MONO in Falmouth on Monday July 27th in support of their recently released second album ‘Alkher’, following their UK live debut at this years WOMAD Festival. Tickets are £6 and can be purchased at HAND and MONO in Falmouth, or online via http://buytickets.at/what-we-do-is-secret/29526
Support comes from Stanley Duke
Stephen 'Spoonful' Parker DJ set Downstairs