That Sinkane feeling
It started as a solo project, but Ahmed Gallab’s Sinkane has swelled to a six-piece band that’s sure to be one of the star attractions at the upcoming Body & Soul festival in Westmeath, writes Nadine O’Regan
‘My thing with Sinkane is that I want to connect with people. It’s about the conversation we’re having. It’s a lot of fun.”
Over the phone from New York, Ahmed Gallab is explaining the ethos behind Sinkane, his musical endeavour that has swelled from a solo project by Gallab to a fully-fledged band with six members, who will play this year’s Body & Soul festival at Ballinlough...
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