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offWOMEX

With a limited number of slots available as part of WOMEX's Official Showcase, offWOMEX provides another way for artists to present themselves and their music to the WOMEX audience. Under this format, specialised musical evenings are offered, structured within a regional, national or organisational framework.

The WOMEX 17 Showcase Festival is comprised of the Official Selection, DJ Summit, Kato Connections and offWOMEX programmes.

The line-up for the WOMEX 17 offWOMEX stage will feature:

 

47Soul, by Jad Oaks

47Soul (Palestine/UK)

Pioneers of Shamstep, the new electronic music that is fundamentally Levantine and unmistakably London.

Website

Photo by Jad Oaks

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Alaw, by Paul Michael Hughesi

Alaw (UK)

Instrumental music of Wales’ Celtic traditions from three of its most renowned practitioners.

Website

Photo by Paul Michael Hughesi

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In partnership with Horizons:

 

Havana D'Primera

Havana D'Primera (Cuba)

Havana’s top musicians get together to make tasty timba for the dancefloor.

Website

Sponsored by:

 

Juan Mari Beltrán

Juan Mari Beltrán (Spain)

A musician, scholar, archivist and librarian of Basque people’s music brings the history to the WOMEX stage.

Juan Mari Beltrán at Syntorama

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La Banda Morisca, by Ana Solinis

La Banda Morisca (Spain)

Harking back to the time of al-Andalus, La Banda delight with a blend of Spanish and Maghrebi influences.

Website

Photo by Ana Solinis

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Lankum, by Irene Siragusa

Lankum (Ireland)

The artists formally known as Lynched making a noise with traditional Irish music in its many forms.

Website
Photo by Irene Siragusa

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In partnership with Horizons:

 

The KutiMangoes, by Manuel Weber

The KutiMangoes (Denmark)

Big, bold and bright, this Danish six-piece bring their swinging mix of jazz and afrobeat, to create a new global expression.

Website
Photo by Manuel Weber

 

Txarango, by Bernat Almirall

Txarango (Spain)

Straight outta Barça, Txarango’s mix of ska, Latin American and Catalan music provides the perfect soundtrack for the city.

Website

Photo by Bernat Almirall

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Wesli, by Josué Bertolino

Wesli (Haiti/Canada)

Haitian rara and pan-Caribbean roots blend with worldwide sounds to bring out the sun.

Website

Photo by Josué Bertolino

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