Fulu Miziki roughly translates as “music from garbage” which is in a literal sense an accurate description of the thrillingly chaotic Eco-Friendly-Afro-futuristic-Punk-Assemble collective of artists who come straight from a future where humans have reconciled with mother earth and with themselves. This multidisciplinary collective of artists is based in the heart of Africa, in the Congolese capital city Kinshasa. For several years now, its members have spent an amount of time conceptualising an orchestra made from objects found in the trash, constantly changing instruments, and always in search of new sounds. 

Making their own instruments, performance costumes, and masks is essential to the approach of Fulu Miziki’s musical core ideology. Their unique sound supports a pan-African message of  artistic  liberation,  peace  and  a  severe  look  at  the  ecological  situation  of  the  Democratic Republic  of  Congo  and  the  whole  world.  For  Fulu  everything  can  be  recovered  and  re-enchanted.

Since 2020 Fulu has taken the European music festival circuit by storm, playing at numerous music venues, festivals and running workshops with the youth.