After recording several tracks for the Congotronics 2 album (“Buzz’n’Rumble from the Urb’n’Jungle“), Kasai Allstars went on to record and release the acclaimed album “In The 7th Moon, The Chief Turned Into A Swimming Fish And Ate The Head Of His Enemy By Magic”, which became a big cult album in the electronic and indie rock communities, all around Europe, the US and Japan.
Kasai Allstars toured several times in Europe. Their live show is really something not to be missed. The wild, driving rhythms and exhilarating vocals are as exciting as those heard on their albums, and are further enhanced by spectacular dancing.
In November 2010, Crammed Discs released “Tradi-Mods Vs. Rockers”, a multi-artist album containing interpretations, covers and tributes to the music of Kasai Allstars, Konono No1 and other Congotronics bands, recorded by 26 indie rock and electronic musicians. The following artists chose to record reworks or original tributes to the music of Kasai Allstars: Deerhoof, Animal Collective, Juana Molina, Shackleton, Aksak Maboul, Lonely Drifter Karen, Jolie Holland, Woom and Bass Clef.
In 2011, Kasai Allstars took part in the Congotronics vs Rockers project, a “superband” including ten Congolese and ten indie rock musicians (also including members of Deerhoof, Wildbirds & Peacedrums, Konono no.1, Skeletons and Juana Molina), who collaborated to create a common repertoire and performed at 15 major festivals and venues in ten countries.
Kasai Allstars newest release is “Beware The Fetish” (2014), a 2CD collection of over 100 minutes of wild, trance-inducing, raw intensity, which probes deeper into the musicians’ repertoires and styles, with the help of a large array of guests.