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Live culture, mixing the rhythms of reggae around. Influences reggae, zouk, beguine, African groove, Jazz, Latin, gnawi The passions of the music group : peop
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gentleman
Peak in sub-genre #32
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weatherman
Peak in sub-genre #38
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idem
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Koulirou feat Watengwa
New album October/2011 : "Hold Up Symphonie" The meeting with musicians from different backgrounds lead fortunately many collaborations and constructive. The appearance of "XPHASE" and his fearless verve on the title of "too many biz" is one of those happy surprises. We invite you to discover the artist: www.xphases.com (http://xphases.levillage.org/xphases.html). It is from these meetings that unexpected Colourman and Bertie Grant (Big respect to these precursors "responsible" for planetary hits (eg, listening on two titles in koulirou.com) were naturally and humbly "mixed" with Koulirou to "hold up Symphony." on the instrumental version of the title "Arrimé" Jamaica has arisen with energy and determination. the result is "Weatherman", a combination that is a title more in the New Album Koulirou "Hold up Symphony" which confirms one thing: the way is open for the creation and mixing of pulses of Greater and Lesser Antilles with the Indian Ocean and the Maghreb. Projects are underway .... The titles "Gentleman" and "hold up Symphony" are evidence of the direction chosen Koulirou: the karkabous Gnaouas and gumbri flirt with seggae and our string blowing! Our ambition is to go towards the construction with organizations and individuals who wish to hear and see the colors overlap. You organize festivals in Morocco, London and the overseas territories, please contact us: koulirou@koulirou.com
Band/artist history
Since 1997 = Live culture, mixing the rhythms of reggae around. live music in France with some first parts. 2 ALBUMS: "Abyssalistes" 2002 "Hold up Symphony" in October 2011
Have you performed in front of an audience?
We like to play live, but we have never played out of France yet. We have a lot of special moments, it's nice when we play a song for the first time t!!
Your musical influences
Reggaeeggae, zouk, biguine, African groove, Jazz, Latin, gnawi
What equipment do you use?
basse, drum, guitare, keyboard, percussions, sax, trumpet
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