Afiach & A-Grrrlz fundraiser for Refugee Women’s Centre in Dunkirk on Monday 17th October
September 14, 2016
London singer-songwriter Lilith Ai, performs poignant tales of modern city life and is at the forefront of the riot grrrl revival happening in the music scene right now. Her songs show urban life through a clear lens, that does not hesitate to reveal her dark life experience. She is a multidimensional talent, as well as being a musician she is a club promoter and visual artist who makes zines.
♫ RUFUS MUFASA (Hip Hop, Pontypridd)
Seamlessly switching from Welsh and English, Rufus Mufasa has a powerful voice you cannot forget. She is a rapper and singer-songwriter who cites diverse influences from soul to jungle D’n’B, and is part of South Wales’ hip hop crew Dope Biscuits.
♫ ANNI WALL (Welsh Folk, Swansea)
Acoustic folk trio from Swansea with melodic harp and piano accordion, singing in both Welsh and English.
★ ERIC NGALLE CHARLES (Spoken Word, Cameroon/Russia/Wales)
Eric Ngalle Charles is a story-teller and poet, with many tales to tell. He left his homeland Cameroon in fear of his life. He ran with crime gangs in a lawless underclass in Russia, before coming to Wales, which he describes at the country of his rebirth. He has written a book called “Asylum” about what it means to be a refugee, but for this event he will be performing some poems for us.
♫ COSMO (Anarcho-folk-punk-hiphop, Cardiff/London)
Cosmo is a one-man anarcho-folk-punk-hiphop phenomenon! His energetic shows fuse sharp comedy with ruthless social satire and high octane passion. He has been involved in many migrant solidarity groups, including being a co-founder of Music Without Borders in Cardiff.
♫ EFA SUPERTRAMP (Folk Punk, Cymru)
Bilingual folk-punk singer songwriter, has been touring all over Europe over the past few years playing in protests, squats, street corners, living rooms, bars and festivals. Her songs are angry but uplifting and full of energy!
★ GLITTASPHYXIA (Performance Art, UK)