Djazia Satour - Aswât quartet - Folk Arabe
Djazia Satour - Aswât quartet -  Electro Trance World

Djazia Satour - Aswât quartet

Electro Trance World

Djazia Satour is back with new album Aswât (Voices) exploring the algerian legacy in a subtle and original manner. Her unique mix of indie folk and pop- infused groove embraces her heritage and childhood in Algiers to create warm and flavourful music : a mix of 1950s Chaabi with the tribal rhythms of bendirs, elegant melodies from a banjo or a mandole, with deep bass and energetic analog keyboards.

In Aswât,Djazia carries the voices of the voiceless, she tells the stories less told, from a new angle. Depossession, exile and migration(Ida, TalebLaman, Chouf Elil), memories of loved and estranged people and places (Souâl, Loun Liyam,YamaTal). So many voices in the turmoil of our modern world, migrating like birds in a melody of winds (Neghmat Erriah) that carry « screamsand lamentations» so profound that Djazia found the absolute need to tell in her native language, arabic.

With a raw sound and feel, this new project showcases the power of her voice and hymn like melodies that invite us to join her in a brand new world. A world where tradition nourrishes the authenticity of a modern, creative and refreshing artist in a new form of borderless mediterranean folk & pop.

Djazia Satour’s life and career in France started at the end of the 90s as a backup vocalist for the band Gnawa Diffusion, before becoming the voice of MIG, the electro/trip hop band that made her famous (MIG EP, 2001 – Dhikrayat LP, 2004 – Yamatna LP, 2006). In 2010, Djazia self-produced her first solo EP, Klami, and on her first LP Alwane (My Colours) released in 2014, Djazia sang in both Arabic and English, drawing its influences from Arabic music, and african-american music.

She went on to enchant crowds in France and beyond, and share the stage with acts such as Labess, Mashrou’ Leila, Orange Blossom but also had the opportunity of performing in the world-famous festivals of Jazz à Carthage (Tunisia) and L’Boulevard in Casablanca (Morocco). In the fall of 2018, Djazia Satour released her second album ASW T (Voices) and is now on tour.


Territory All around the world


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  • 5 Oct 23

    Cité des Arts, Chambéry - Duo Acoustique
    Chambéry, France

  • 7 Oct 23

    Fira Mediteranea - Duo Acoustique
    Manresa, Spain

  • 9 Oct 23

    Cabaret Jazz Club - Duo Acoustique
    Courbevoie, France

  • 18 Nov 23

    TransVOCALE - Duo Acoustique
    Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

  • 30 Nov 23

    Biennale JazzRa - Duo Acoustique
    Lyon, France

  • 6 Jan 24

    Théâtre Marélios (Aswât)
    La Valette-du-Var, France

  • 10 Jan 24

    Lörrach - Duo Acoustique
    Lörrach, Germany

  • 11 Jan 24

    Reithalle - Duo Acoustique
    Offenburg, Germany

  • 12 Jan 24

    The Voice in Concert - Duo Acoustique
    Potsdam, Germany

  • 12 Apr 24

    Printemps musical de Tiercé
    Tiercé, France

  • 3 May 24

    L'échapée - Duo Acoustique
    Saint-Julien-Chapteuil, France

  • 16 May 24

    Le Train-Théâtre - Duo Acoustique
    Portes-lès-Valence, France