Fulu Miziki

Director: Sébastien Bergé
Genre: Live Show


At Nuits sonores, the Kinshasa collective Fulu Miziki makes its groove sound deployed from musical instruments recovered and made by them.
They are experts in “garbage music”. Founded in the 1990s, the Fulu Miziki collective from the Democratic Republic of Congo recovers waste from Kinshasa’s garbage dumps and transforms it into musical instruments.
Thanks to this artisanal method, Pisko Crane, Lady Aïcha, Padou, Le Meilleur, Sékéle Mbélé, Abbe, Deboule and Tshe Tshe, deploy irresistible and audacious punko-afro-futurist accents, whose groove draws the public into their dance. But their approach also carries an ecological and political discourse, because through their instruments they intend to highlight the poor management of waste in Kinshasa and encourage recycling.
Dressed in their best stage clothes (always made of recycled materials) they electrify Nuits Sonores armed with recycled instruments designed during their week in Lyon, just before the festival.

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