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Free Arts, Music & Wellness Weekender Turning Tides Festival Takes Over Greenwich Peninsula | Culture

  This July, Greenwich Peninsula, London’s newest creative neighbourhood, unveils the first phase of The Tide – a five-kilometre cultural linear park designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the co-designers of Manhattan’s High Line. To celebrate its opening will be Turning Tides Festival, two weekends of art, music and wellbeing, inspired by the fluid, ever-changing nature of our city, our[…]

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Sudan Archives Uses West African Fashion To Influence Her Style | Fashion News

  Sudan Archives is a soulful fiddler, birth name Brittney Denise Parks. However, once her mother gave her the nickname “Sudan”, the LA born musician begged for it to be changed.   The violin was always a strong passion for Archives, performing within the school orchestra and other music groups. Improving her talent daily, she quickly fell in love with[…]

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Sudan Archives – Come Meh Way | Music Video

  Sudan Archives is self-taught violinist/vocalist who writes, plays, and produces her own music. She is inspired by Sudanese fiddlers, R&B, and experimental electronic music. All these inspirations are very clear in her new song “Come Meh Way”, where African rhythm, R&B and her gorgeous violin are perfectly matched.   The video filmed in Ghana is very interesting too, it[…]

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