“Catchy, uplifting and original.” – You magazine.
“An irresistible and infectious blend. Eclectic in all the right ways,”– Sawubona Magazine.
Venue: Youngblood Arts and Development, 70-72 Bree Street.
Date: Thursday 23 April.
Time: 19h30 for 20h00.
Venue: Café des Arts, Franschhoek.
Date: Sunday 26 April.
Tickets: R250.00 including lunch.
Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org / 021 876 2952
Fronted by powerful vocalist Zami Mdingi, CODA Africa combines electric strings (violin and cello by Galina Juritz and Carol Thorns) with saxophone (Judy Brown) and DJ (DJ LuvChild). Their music traverses different genres from Classically-inspired ballads to Electro-Swing, Dub Step, Reggae and Hip Hop. Countries the world over have enjoyed their dynamic and varied performances.
CODA Africa recently released their new album ‘Disclosure’ – a collection of songs based on stories divulged by members of the band. ‘We wanted to tell our secrets and share the many experiences we’ve had together in the years we’ve travelled and performed as CODA’, says front singer, Zami Mdingi. ‘One had to be careful what you confessed to band members in the last year – there was always a strong possibility it would become a song on the new album!’
CODA Africa was nominated for 2 All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) in 2014 for ‘Most Promising Artiste in Africa’, and ‘Best African-Electro Act’ alongside Goldfish and Mi Casa.
Listen to Coda Africa single Fatboy here: https://soundcloud.com/coda-africa/fat-boy
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