Listening to Tuareg music with Berlin-based collective African Acid Is The Future

On June 6, music collective African Acid Is The Future will feature Tuareg musician Moctar Mdou in a show at Volksbuehne. We talked with founder Maryama Luccioni about the collective's origin stories, plus a glimpse into Moctar's music ahead of the show.

 

 

By Flora Adamian

Maryama Luccioni is the founder of African Acid Is The Future, a Berlin-based music collective that hosts concerts and radio shows, and has put out an LP titled Ambiance I.

On June 6, African Acid Is The Future will feature Tuareg musician Mdou Moctar in a show at the Volksbühne in Berlin. We sat down with Luccioni to talk about the collective’s origin stories, plus a glimpse into Moctar’s music ahead of the show.

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