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Listen to Ibibio Sound Machine's Disco-Influenced Single 'Tell Me (Doko Mien)'

The band are also announcing a new album, Doko Mien, out March 22 on Merge Records.

For years now, Ibibio Sound Machine have been skillfully blending electronic sounds with West African influences, often taking cues from '70s West African disco.

The UK-based group, which is fronted by Nigerian singer Eno Williams, is now sharing their latest single "Tell Me (Doko Mien,)" the first taste we hear from their newly-announced upcoming album, the follow-up to 2017's Uyai.

Doko Mien, which means "tell me" in Ibibio, will also be the title of that new album which is due March 22 from Merge Records.

"Music is a universal language, but spoken language can help you think about what makes you emotional, what makes you feel certain feelings, what you want to see in the world," mentions Eno Williams.

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Ibibio Sound Machine's New Album, 'Uyai,' Is An Ambitious Leap Forward For Nigerian Electronic Pop

On their second album, 'Uyai,' Ibibio Sound Machine expand on their unique fusion of British electronica and Nigerian dance pop.

On their second full-length album, Uyai, London ensemble Ibibio Sound Machine take an ambitious leap forward with a new batch of tracks that expand on their unique fusion of British electronica and Nigerian dance pop.

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Cairo Liberation Front Celebrate Their 2nd Birthday With 'Bring The Noise Part III' Mixtape

To celebrate their second birthday, Dutch/Egyptian DJ collective Cairo Liberation Front drop their new mixtape, 'Bring the Noise Part III.'

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