From Uganda, Faizal Mostrixx combines dance, choreography, social work and music production, giving African Ugandan traditional instruments and organic rhythms a poetic electronic instrumentalism. The motivation behind his work is to preserve and develop African music – combining the timeless rhythms and melodies of his home nation with modern beats.

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New African music : Faizal Mostrixx ‘combining Ugandan trad rhythms with modern electronic beats’




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