Led by Sadama Diabate the master balafonist of the Sambla and Daouda Diabate the master balafonist of the Tusia the group shows the finest West African balafon (xylophone) tradition.
The most striking feature of their music is the rich ornamented virtuous balafon solo. You could say that it speaks Indeed, what outsiders consider to be beautiful music is in reality their language transposed into music. The children learn this musical language simultaneously with their spoken language.
In the land of the Sambla, Tusia and Siamou each village, each important family, and every profession has its own piece of music that functions like a coat of arms. Music is composed for every important occasion. Any work carried out by the village community is accompanied by music.
Their tour in Austria in 2009 was a great spectacle.