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Sudanese-American musican Sinkane Sinkane manages to create, “funky, lighter-than-air global pop,” as Indy Week describes it, by blending krautrock, prog rock, electronica, free jazz and funk rock with Sudanese pop.
You’ll like Sinkane if you like: psychedelic rock, funk, global pop, Poolside, Neil Frances, Caribou, or Django Django.
Reflecting on Sinkane’s latest album, Dépaysé, lead singer Ahmed Gallab says, “I began to think about how I could use my music in a constructive way — not only to help myself but to help others who feel frustrated and powerless.
“...To everyone, I want to make it clear that the world is a better place because of our differences. We’re all strangers in this ever-stranger land of America. We are all the American Dream.”
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This activity is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.