LISTEN! Fulu Miziki ‘Democratic Republic of Congo create wild vibrant music from garbage’
From the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa Fulu Miziki quite literally make music from rubbish. They create a wild vibrant highly energetic music that is utterly captivating.
Fulu Miziki, which roughly translates into “music from the garbage”, is the name of a band founded by musical activist Piscko Crane. Members of the band only play instruments that are made from items that have been recycled from the garbage. Piscko said, “I see this bottle and I can see that it will provide a good sound, it’ll give me a good Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do. So this will make a good instrument for our music”.
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