Monday, January 9, 2012 at 2:21 PM
This Boston-based band takes the funky, psychedelic groove of 1960s Ethiopia and transplants it firmly onto a sweaty 21st-century dance floor.
By Anastasia Tsioulcas
Earth-rattling horns and mesmerizingly oscillating vocals: this Boston-based band takes the funky, psychedelic groove of 1960s Ethiopia and transplants it firmly onto a sweaty 21st-century dance floor.
" Ney Ney Waleba"
"Tenesh Kelbe Lay"
"Addis Ababa Bete"
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