Curfew (Official Video)

Khalab & M’berra Ensemble

Video by Mine Studio.
3D rework by Aira.

‘Curfew’ is taken from the album M’berra by Khalab M’berra Ensemble. M’berra is the sound, the story, of a collective of Malian musicians from the M’berra Refugee Camp in southeast Mauritania and Italian producer and electro-shaman Khalab. In a sprawling tent city rising out of the desert, out of nothingness, at the border with Mali in West Africa, brought together by spirit and circumstance, the group’s Arab and Tuareg members find solace and beauty in music and song.

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