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Eva Geist, artist who dedicated her life to poetry. She is one of the paramount artists of Macadam Mambo. She’s also a resident at Sameheads where, together with Laura ODL (Ondula), she hosts the night called Diapason. They also form the duo As Longitude, which first EP “Blauer Part” was released by Knekelhuis. Together with Donato Dozzy, Eva has just started a monthly radio show on NTS called Electric Eden.

This podcast entitled “Ode to Era” is inspired and dedicated to my friend Jonida Prifti, who’s celebrating birthday today. There’s a common thread between all tracks, it is a chanting dedicated to the Great Goddess (Dea Madre). This podcast wouldn’t be possible without African, Indian, Arabian and Bali music. This cultures has never stopped to be inspired by the Divine Mother. Only recently white people are learning it by approaching tribal music. Special thanks to Sonor Music Editions and Enrica Borsatto. Included tracks by Komodo Kolektif, Steve Pepe and Eva Geist, Jonida Prifti

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Eva Geist, artist who dedicated her life to poetry. She is one of the paramount artists of Macadam Mambo. She’s also a resident at Sameheads where, together with Laura ODL (Ondula), she hosts the night called Diapason. They also form the duo As Longitude, which first EP “Blauer Part” was released by Knekelhuis. Together with Donato Dozzy, Eva has just started a monthly radio show on NTS called Electric Eden.

This podcast entitled “Ode to Era” is inspired and dedicated to my friend Jonida Prifti, who’s celebrating birthday today. There’s a common thread between all tracks, it is a chanting dedicated to the Great Goddess (Dea Madre). This podcast wouldn’t be possible without African, Indian, Arabian and Bali music. This cultures has never stopped to be inspired by the Divine Mother. Only recently white people are learning it by approaching tribal music. Special thanks to Sonor Music Editions and Enrica Borsatto. Included tracks by Komodo Kolektif, Steve Pepe and Eva Geist, Jonida Prifti

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