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Seychellois singer signs global publishing deal

Perfect Pitch Publishing signed a global publishing deal with Grace Barbé and Jamie Searle the songwriter duo behind WA’s award-winning reggae, Afrobeat and psychedelic band Grace Barbé Singer and bassist Grace Barbé hail from the Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles, where a colourful history of slavery, pirates, coups d’état, and coconuts have produced a […]

6 musical instruments used in Seychelles traditional music

Music and dance have always played a prominent role in Seychelles’ culture and in all types of local festivities. After the abolition of slavery and the shift in power from the French to the British, the musical instruments became more common with the new dance forms that appeared in Seychelles. Many traditional bands were formed […]

Boulet Pwason (Fish Balls) Ingredients: 450 grams white fish fillets, skinned, boned and cubed 3 spring onions chopped 1 bacon fat rasher, with rind removed and chopped 1 tablespoon Chinese white wine or dry sherry 2 tablespoons light soy sauce 1 egg white Method: Put the cubed fish, spring onion pieces, bacon fat, rice wine, […]

A delicious and creamy blend of banana and rum. Ingredients: 30 ml Coconut Cream 1 or 2 sliced bananas 120 ml Pineapple Juice 30 ml Takamka Bay Dark Rum 30 ml Takamaka Bay Coco Rum (White) Kitchen appliance: A blender or food processor Combine all the ingredients in a blender or food processor at maximum […]

Air Seychelles have announced new procedure to be followed by all passengers travelling on the repatriation flights upon arrival at the airport, during boarding, in-flight and upon disembarkation. Read More

Perfect Pitch Publishing signed a global publishing deal with Grace Barbé and Jamie Searle the songwriter duo behind WA’s award-winning reggae, Afrobeat and psychedelic band Grace Barbé Singer and bassist Grace Barbé hail from the Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles, where a colourful history of slavery, pirates, coups d’état, and coconuts have produced a […]

Music and dance have always played a prominent role in Seychelles’ culture and in all types of local festivities. After the abolition of slavery and the shift in power from the French to the British, the musical instruments became more common with the new dance forms that appeared in Seychelles. Many traditional bands were formed […]

 


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