Africali make music which is the equivalent of cutting a sonic gemstone. Hold it up and it throws out all manner of different colours and patterns depending on how the light catches it. The same can be said of Daughters of The Sun. Turn it one way and pick up on Afro-rock rhythms and heady, tribal beats, another and it reveals it’s psychedelic vibes and trip-hop roots. Keep repeating this and you find contemporary jazz, funky blues and sunshine pop perkiness. Kaleidoscopic and beguiling.
Pure melodies, groovy bass line, African haunting rhythm and energy, “Daughters of the Sun” is a splendid track that will take you far from the reality, in beautiful landscapes and peaceful places.
Taught Of A Culture captures the very essence of what Africali and their sound is all about. It is a jazzy and soulful cut with a funky base-line that swaggers along a seductive groove and soft beats while guitars twang amid the sun-kissed shimmering feedback.
AfriCali,” a hearty cioppino of rock, blues, heavy rhythms and percussion of 1970s Ethiopian music, topped with coastal-psych seasoning. (Music, art culture)
tomorrow becomes today and today is yesterday
things never stay he same and so/
I see the times are changing
people that we once knew now are strangers
Life is problems
people gotta learn to solve them
eyezon of AfriCali coming to America from South Africa in 95, barely no grasp for the English language managed to put out Fresh as Funk Respected conscious Content. the Live show was bananas on our Journey in HipHop music.
’Lord Hold Me’ Doc., shot by Ethan Lader
(B.O.B. Ft. Bruno Mars 'Nothin' on You' ,One Republic, ) challenges our complacency and sheds light on an issue that is often overlooked.
A Hip Hop Mini Documentary on Homelessness in SF.
shot by Ethan Lader (B.O.B. Ft. Bruno Mars 'Nothin' on You' ,One Republic, ) challenges our complacency and sheds light on an issue that is often overlooked.
Live AfriCali Creative Collaborative in Sound chanting for Rain in California. in the Spirits of Fela Kuti, Gery Garcia, Hugh Masekela We channled Some Nasty Improved Pieces to AfrO Music Culture.
Around these parts, permaculture normally means mandala gardens, bare feet, western Sonoma County and tree kale. But it’s more than an alternative farming method; as a portmanteau of “permanent culture (More)
We wanted to make good Cannabis Music and Something with substance in Working with Aceyalone and Matt on this Song. It has an Edm Plus Roots Culture with Legendary ACEYALONE on Verses for Your California vibe.
“Afri-Cali,” a hearty cioppino of rock, blues, heavy rhythms and percussion of 1970s Ethiopian music, topped with coastal-psych seasoning. (MONTEREY WEEKLY)