Sangennarobar’s set brings the music of many different populations to the dance floor. It can be inspired by ancient and isolated tribes with untouched by popular traditions, or by the technologic and digital-savvy urban environment. It is contaminated by the moving or dwelling of tribes next to other tribes. From the speakers, Indians with sitar make their entrance together with African drummers, Argentinians with kahons, tango dancers, tarantellas, belly dancers, Bulgarian singers and nomad violinists. All this different realities alternate and merge within a dance that is simple and instinctive. Sangennarobar’s followers are as colorful as the music they love to listen to. There are passing foreign tourists who recognize traditional music from their country and start to dance, groups of fan of the taranta who move with the beating drum in circles, lovers of black music, culture and sound, daring musicians who love sound contamination and, more generally, all wordlbeat aficionados.
- Glyn Phillips (& WorldBeatUK)186 followersBirmingham, United Kingdom