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Written by Smoke Notes,   
Friday, 28 November 2008

The Mamaku Project are a collective of musicians and artists brought together by core duo Tui Mamaki and Monsieur Escargot – a native Kiwi and a Frenchman by birth, who first performed together in France in 2004. This event was the beginning of a co-operative adventure, which has led them back through India to NZ, and to the release of their debut album 'Karekare' in 2007.

The group is now a humming collective, who present their second album, 'Mal de Terre'. Taking inspiration from their homebase on the West Coast of Auckland and from their frequent trips to France, on the simply gorgeous 'Mal de Terre', The Mamaku Project weave French bohemian roots, Pacifica dub and scents of the Middle East into a captivating musical concoction.

A bi-lingual forage into themes of a disquiet earth, 'Mal de Terre' is a truly captivating and spectacular album from a unique and talented local group.

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NZ Live - Mamaku Project (28 Nov 2008 1:15pm)

NZ Live on Radio NZ National.

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