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i am music lover .love to produce & play music more in mixing ,remix,DJ

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Simangavole perform the traditional yet powerful Maloya rhythm, the music of the slaves of Réunion island, a French territory located in the Indian Ocean between Mauritius and Madagascar. Maloya is usually sung in Réunion Creole, traditionally with a purely percussion accompaniment. Maloya can be compared to the American music of the blues, often lyrically reflective speaking of the woes of life, slavery and poverty and is similar in its chant-response structure. Maloya also has links to Sega, the folk music of the Mascarene Islands which comprise Mauritus, Rodrigues, Seychelles and Réunion. Maloya was banned until the sixties because of its strong

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Simix or Simeon as he is also known, is the lead singer and songwriter of the popular band, 1606 Jammin' band from Luganville, Santo. He is originally from Ambae and Banks islands group.

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The SMK Production crew includes Takau Jacob, Maurice Joel and Junior Packet from Canal Studio (Luganville in Santo, Vanuatu) and Roselyn Tari, Christelle Lakeleo and Andrew Tamata from Nesar Studio (Port Vila, Vanuatu) with the support of Libby Gott from Further Arts (Port Vila, Vanuatu) and under the guidance of trainers Anthony Broese and Nikki Michail from Sustainable Dreaming (Stradbroke Island, Australia ~ www.sustainabledreaming.org). We do photography, video, sound recording, editing, directing, and are making a series of short films, photo collections, and slideshows of SMK (both the camp and performances).

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Conscious reggae group from Port Vila, Vanuatu. Smol Fyah is... Smol Fyah, Steve Williams, James Langdale, Paxton Beatz, Y.T, Topman, K.C, Virana T, and Christine Charlie

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Professional dancer, she collaborates with Hodi Cultural Association in Maputo since 2009.

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Soohyun Pae is Asia Pacific Regional Coordinator for Creative Commons, a non-profit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools "Creative Commons Licenses." Recently, she is also leading CC's Translation Project, one of the focus areas CC has push forward to strengthen/support CC's global affiliates network and reach out to a wider community. As a long-time member of Creative Commons Korea, one of the active, young, and vibrant CC affiliates in the region, Soohyun has also closely engaged with other regional affiliates, sharing culture activists, and artists, especially since participating in CC Asia

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SIMANGAVOLE perform the traditional yet powerful Maloya rhythm, the music of the slaves of Réunion island, a French territory located in the Indian Ocean between Mauritius and Madagascar. Maloya is usually sung in Réunion Creole, traditionally with a purely percussion accompaniment. Maloya can be compared to the American music of the blues, often lyrically reflective speaking of the woes of life, slavery and poverty and is similar in its chant-response structure. Maloya also has links to Sega, the folk music of the Mascarene Islands which comprise Mauritus, Rodrigues, Seychelles and Réunion.  Maloya was banned until the sixties because of its strong

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