Album Review: Examining The Blueprints of Ga Electronic Music on Asokpor 1.0 by Jowaa

For Jowaa, this release promises to be the start of a boosted broadcast project where the pair aim to beam their sound as far as possible. It stands out in the current scope of Ghanaian alternative music as it pays homage to a long traditional of Accra based electronic music as well as engineering dance blueprints that are relevant to today’s times. Asorkpor 1.0 is beautiful for its sonic precision yet alive because of the narrative hardwired into the sound.

Album Review: Follow Kae Sun’s Shape-Shifting Soulfulness on ‘Whoever Comes Knocking’

For Kae Sun, this record is an expansion of his empathetic outlook on the conditions of a black man through music. It’s a very causal yet highly reflective look at his own experiences within a collective condition of struggle and oppression, joy and love. On Whoever Comes Knocking, with his identity as the center, Kae Sun invites clarity to his perspective by stirring up his sonic influences.

Album Review: DJ Katapila – Aroo

For Katapila, this EP represent and exploration of the freedom and luxury afford him by succes yet it fails to make any resounding statement that sticks with you. However, you're still mesmerised into blissful dance, in typical Katapila fashion, with hard hitting bases and kinetic chords, straight from the streets of Accra. 

Come Write For DANDANO: Call For Contributors!

Dandano is a self sustaining community project aimed at analyzing, documenting and archiving African film and music. For most of our young existence, a very tiny team has been responsible for the content we put out. However, we are at a point where growth is necessary and as such we're inviting writers and photographers to... Continue Reading →

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Interview: Victoria Adukwei Bulley Creates A New Space For African Poetry With “Mother Tongues”

Filmmaking is one the most efficient story-telling tools, offering a visual representation to a narrative, and it is no coincidence that British Ghanaian poet, Victoria Adukwei Bulley chose it for her poetry project, Mother Tongues. The film project is an intergenerational translation series that takes the works of african poets from English into Ga, Yoruba,... Continue Reading →

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