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Nihiloxica drop hypnotic visuals for “Bwola”

The psychedelic video heralds a new EP and tour from the explosive British-Ugandan band. 

Born from the meeting of Nilotika Cultural Ensemble members (a group of traditional Ugandan percussionists) with Spooky-J and PQ, two techno beats producers from Leeds, Nihiloxica has been making headlines since its resounding debut album Kaloli. One year after this explosive project, the collective is back with the video for “Bwola”. As usual, the group unveils a rousing work, filled with polyrhythmic music and psychedelic visuals shot in Kampala. 

In the interval left by the pandemic right after their debut release, Nihiloxica also teamed up with some of the UK’s leading bass music artists to create Kaloli Recycled, an EP of Kaloli remixes intended for DJs and clubs. Bristol-based producer Giant Swan, Nihiloxica’s own PQ, Metrist, Spooky-J and BFTT will each add their own touch to turn five tracks into gqom, trance, drum’n’bass and kuduro bombs. 

Kaloli Recycled, out on October 8th via Crammed Discs

Listen to “Bwola” in our Songs of the Week playlist on Spotify and Deezer.