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Africa Oyé (Official)
1 week ago
TONIGHT! Africa Oyé is back on Melodic Distraction
Celebrating the African diaspora and beyond, join DJ Scratchy and Subcora 6pm-8pm over at melodicdistraction.com
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2 weeks ago
There are still some summer school places left with our friends at @Staged Kaos!
Featuring some amazing experts and mentors, including dub poet Levi Tafari , local historian Laurence Westgaph, Capoeira For All C.I.C and NuTribe.
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DJ SESSIONS - THE OYE VIBE
It's week 15 of the Oyé Vibe DJ Sessions, in association with Bido Lito! & Melodic Distraction!
This latest mix is from One a penny sound system and is one for all you reggae lovers. One A Penny is an old L8 soundsystem, arguably one of the city’s oldest… and is now under the stewardship of the next generation – Little Billy and Lieutenant. Expect roots reggae, lovers, ska and dub and more...
With a new mix released every Saturday, you can enjoy the infectious sounds of Oyé from the comfort of your home... join us each week from 11.30am.
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"..Oye’s values run right throughout the event and organisation, its audiences, performers but also right through to back stage. It is about family, friends and communities coming together – celebrating unity in diversity." - Anna Maloney (Oyé Trustee, & former Artist Liaison)
Head over to our website to read the Oyé teams festival memories and to listen to our top music picks!
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Since March 2020 thousands of live events, concerts and festivals have been canceled or postponed worldwide due to the impact of the COVID-19.
Over 600 African musicians had been booked for performances around the world in 2020. It is uncertain when next it will be possible to hold live events.
Over 85% of these musicians' income comes from live performances. These musicians have lost an estimated 6m Euros in projected revenues.
Africa Oyé is proudly supporting the #SOULidarity Campaign, which aims to create a fund that will provide basic relief income to sustain the affected African musicians.
We will be releasing full details of the campaign and our involvement soon, but we wanted to get this message out now as the deadline for ARTISTS to sign up to be eligible for the fund is Friday 31st July, 2020.
If you know an act who could benefit from this fund, please encourage them to apply ASAP here: www.soulidarity.org
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