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VariousSounds Of Sisso

Label:Nyege Nyege Tapes – NNT005
Cassette, Compilation, Limited Edition, C75
Genre:Electronic, Folk, World, & Country


A1Bwax Ft. S Kide Baba Animata Natafuta Kiki 4:05
A2Dogo Suma LupoziKazi Ya Mungu Haina Makosa263:38
A3Dogo NigaPolisi7:08
A4Dogo MudiyNdugulawama7:25
A5Mzee Wa BwaxMshamba Wa Kideo3:20
A6Dogo NigaKimbau Mbau6:30
A7Ganzi MduduChafu Pozi4:54
B1Dogo NigaNikwite Nan3:55
B2Mzee Wa BwaxMshamba Video Mster5:50
B3Makaveli (3)Nammiliki5:03
B4Maseke, Pasopa And Mako (48)Roho Inauma3:39
B6Dogo Niga aka Bobani*Tenanatena5:08
B7Suma (9)TMK6:00



Limited edition of 200 pro-dubbed C75 cassettes

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Sounds Of Sisso (2×LP, Limited Edition, Petrol Blue)Nyege Nyege TapesNNT005UK2017
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Sounds Of Sisso (2×LP)Nyege Nyege TapesNNT005UK2017


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For the past 15 years the Tanzanian megalopolis of Dar Es Salaam has had one of the most exciting underground electronic music scenes in East Africa. A constellation of micro-scenes from Mchiriku, Sebene and Segere all the way to its latest mutation of Singeli that finally after years of lurking in the underground has exploded into the mainstream and taken over Bongo Flava as the music of choice amongst Tanzania's youth. Born in the sprawling working class neighborhoods of Tandale and Manzese, Singeli's signature sound consists of fast paced frantic loops interlocking with each other, with influences from Zanzibars Tarab music all the way to South African afro-house coupled with mc's who often spit satirical lyrics about the challenges facing Tanzania's youth, from police corruption to the complications of dating girls when you are broke. If there is one studio that stands out amongst the hundreds that dot Dar es Salaam's musical landscape it is SISSO RECORDS. Centered around producers; Bwax, Sisso, Bampa Pana and Yung Keyz Morento and Mc's Dogo Niga and Makavelli, they were early pioneers of the Singeli sound. Whilst some Singeli artists have begun fusing their music with more traditional Tanzanian hip hop, Sisso have remained uncompromising in their sound, always raw, fast with a punk DIY aesthetic that can at times verge on Noise and Gabber, to produce a spell binding music that is like no other Sound System culture in the region.