One-Day Session with Djombo

Posted by on Apr 1, 2013 in Albums, Bands and Artists | No Comments

Djombo recorded their four-song EP during a single day at Hot Milk Studio in late March 2013. The Berlin-based band plays groovy Afro jazz with a catchy pop-crossover appeal to many of their songs. All four songs were recorded, mixed and mastered in a single day!

Djombo

Djombo at Hot Milk Studio

Band members

Vieira Chamball (Mozambique) – vocals, bass Michael Landau (USA) – guitar, backing vocals Felix Hunsicker (Germany) – drums, backing vocals Stephan Ziemer (Germany) – baritone sax, backing vocals

About Djombo

Guitarist Michael Landau describes the band’s music thus:

Djombo means luck. Vieira has been lucky his whole life … so lucky that people thought he used black majic … but it was just luck. Djombo is an African groove band playing the original songs of Vieira Chambal. Vieira comes from Mozambique and sings in Changana, Zulu, Ronga, Shona, and Portuguese.

For more on the band and what they’re up to, head on over to their Bandcamp site.

Have a listen to the album here and head over to bandcamp.com to buy it!

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One-Day Session with Djombo

Posted by on Apr 1, 2013 in Alben, Künstler | No Comments

Djombo recorded their four-song EP during a single day at Hot Milk Studio in late March 2013. The Berlin-based band plays groovy Afro jazz with a catchy pop-crossover appeal to many of their songs. All four songs were recorded, mixed and mastered in a single day!

Djombo

Djombo at Hot Milk Studio

Band members

Vieira Chamball (Mozambique) – vocals, bass Michael Landau (USA) – guitar, backing vocals Felix Hunsicker (Germany) – drums, backing vocals Stephan Ziemer (Germany) – baritone sax, backing vocals

About Djombo

Guitarist Michael Landau describes the band’s music thus:

Djombo means luck. Vieira has been lucky his whole life … so lucky that people thought he used black majic … but it was just luck. Djombo is an African groove band playing the original songs of Vieira Chambal. Vieira comes from Mozambique and sings in Changana, Zulu, Ronga, Shona, and Portuguese.

For more on the band and what they’re up to, head on over to their Bandcamp site.

Have a listen to the album here and head over to bandcamp.com to buy it!

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