Tiago and Ailton of Continuadores were invited to perform at Transmusicales 2019. They sat down with RFI, one of France’s leading news publications and to speak about their experience. Read the full article here.
Mozambique’s Continuadores is stepping into the global spotlight with two high-profile shows at Transmusicales de Rennes this week. Ailton José Matavela and Tiago Correia-Paulo will take to the stage on Thursday December 5th at UBU (17h45) and on Friday December 6th at the at the Champs-Libres during an afternoon concert being staged in anticipation of […]
Julie Henoch’s has put together a series of interviews with various artists from the Indian Ocean. Henoch interviews Tiago and Ailton of Continuadores during their time in Reunion Islands for IOMMA. Listen to the full interview here.
New-Mozambique outift Ailton Matavela (aka TRKZ) and Tiago Correia-Paulo of Continuadores had a chat with Raphaelle Pluskwa of Nova about their audio-visual performance at Sakifo 2019. With a shimering review of their goose-pimple inducing performance on the beach, we’ll leave the words to the writers who managed to witness them in the flesh: “The quest […]
Mozambique outfit Continuadores are set to perform at this year’s IOMMA showcase, as well as the Sakifo Festival at Reunion Island a few days after. The first of many performances to come, they’ll be taking to the stage on Monday the 3rd, 21:45 at Musee Stella Matutina, and at midnight on June 10th at Sakifo. […]
Continuadores is an exciting new project born of the memory of Maputo and Samora Machel-inspired cause – to commit to sonic memory, the journey of ‘Mozambicanity’ from independence to present-day. This week, they’ll be making a live debut in Cape Verde for Atlantic Music Expo (AME) 2019, and as avid fans of the band, we’d […]
featuring Moses Boyd, DJ Lag, Tiago Correia-Paulo, Mandla Mlangeni and Nonku Phiri
“…To remind ourselves of a time that had expired, but that should never be forgotten, and to arouse curiosity towards the journey of ‘Mozambicanity’, from independence to the place where we are now. They both aspired for this music and imagery to somehow cause a sense of nostalgia and longing. The idea of past, present, […]
Ailton José Matavela and Tiago Correia-Paulo Explore the Sonic Nostalgia of Mozambique