Up in the Air

New tune by AfuriKo inspired by Agahu, a deep rhythm originally created by the Egun speaking people of Ketonu. We have two sections so far: an African sounding melody originally written by Akiko on balafon, and a contrasting funky bit harmonized by Jim. Enjoy!


Adzolowoe is a song traditionally sung by the Ewe people of Ghana. It's related to a rhythm called Atsia. However, we chose to combine it with one of the Dununba rhythms instead, which stem from the Hamanah region in Guinea. The particular rhythmic pattern that Akiko orchestrated on her set…