Interior (CD1)
1. Nza (the universe created itself)play button
2. A for & você play button
3. Vazante play button
4. There is a balm in gilead / Luzingu play button
5. Enigma
6. Antídoto
7. Mon’ami

Anterior (CD2)
1. Congo - Angola - Bahia play button
2. Encarnações em Kodya play button
3. Sobo - Bade play button
4. Muloloki play button
5. Guinean Hunters’ Chant
6. Ayinabé Naidi Ndioufi
7. Bwanana


Tiganá Santana's third album Tempo & Magma is the result of a deeplyrooted musical and cultural convergence in Senegal. At the endof Santana's artistic residencyat the UNESCO world music program, he recordedin Dakar with a carefully selected group of musicians - eachbringing something unique to the table through their different backgroundsin Mali,Guinea-Conakry and the many varied and distinct Senegalese cultures.The basefor this
once-in-a-lifetime collaboration was the use of rare regional instruments like kirrin, riti, n'goniand the peul flute
toxoro.Theentire album havebeencraftedthrough a deepinvolvementfrom all participating artists under the
guidance of SwedishproducersAndreasUngeandSebastian Notini,who both also contributed as musicians throughout the project.
Some call Tiganá Santana "the BrazilianNick Cave" and it might be his intensely personal songwriting or warm but raspy voicethat draws the comparison.Truth is that Santanais like no other artist - his expression is as distinct as the instantly recognisable five stringed guitar he favours. Five is also the number of languagesTiganá sweeps across as he conveys riehstories filled with deeplyphilosophicallyrics.
The Brazilian flavour is not lost onTempo & Magma as Santanamakes room for excitingsinger Céu and also highlights his own ties with MäeStella de Oxossi, the 90-year old high priestess of the Afro-Brazilian religion Candomblé. Thecombination of two aspects of the African diasporaon this new release is a clear artistic and political statement andtypical of Tiganá Santana's work andcreative ambition.
Tempo & Magmawill be releasedby ajabu! as a two-disc doublealbum with the first part named 'Interior' and the
second 'Anterior'.