Aziz Brahim Live in London - St Pancras Old Church

27 April 2014 07:00 PM

 This will be Aziza's first London show since the release of her new album 'Soutak'. Born in a Saharawi refugee camp on the border of Algeria and Western Sahara, Aziza's lyrics aim to raise awareness about the issues surrounding the Western Sahara. Apart from her life in refugee camps, Aziza also spent time in Cuba (for her secondary education), and she now lives in Barcelona.

See her Live in London, just off King's Cross Tube station at St Pancras Old Church, come and have an amazing expereince, Tickets: £14 adv from 

Watch the "Julud" video:

Voiced with deep passion and grace, Aziza Brahim's music adeptly travels the expanse between her Western Saharan roots and Barcelona, the European cosmopolis where she now lives. Aziza is both a contemporary sonic poet and a prominent and eloquent spokesperson for the Saharawi people and their ongoing struggle for recognition and justice.

Aziza Brahim online
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Twitter: @AzizaBrahim1
Watch the "Julud" video (on YouTube):
Listen to "Julud" (on Soundcloud):

Glitterbeat Records online
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