Music show: Afro House pioneer Mo Laudi, Jack Johnson & Tori Amos
He's the South African DJ and producer at the forefront of the Afro House movement. From Berlin and Paris to Montreal and Johannesburg, globetrotting tribal groovemaster Mo Laudi whips clubbers into a frenzy with his eclectic, electro beats. He chats to France 24 music critic Richelle Harrison Plesse about wanting music-lovers to "get high" on "Jozi Acid" - which also happens to be the name of his new EP.
Plus, in this week’s new releases; Tori Amos reflects on the current political climate and the power of Mother Nature on her latest album "Native Invaders", and the "king of mellow" Jack Johnson is back with more folk-rock gems on "All the Light Above it Too".
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