Hailing from London via Addis Ababa, Krar Collective certainly are a trio whose unique and powerful undertake Ethiopian music provides made them increasing stars in the globe music community. The musical keystone of the group may be the krar, a normal Ethiopian lyre with six strings. In Krar Collective, the krar is normally performed by Temesgen Zeleke, a multi-instrumentalist who was simply mentored with the renowned vibraphonist Mulatu Astatke. Zeleke has an amplified edition of a normal krar, followed by percussionist Robel Taye, who uses double-headed kebero drums, and vocalist Genet Assefa. Zeleke defined the music group to journalist Ant Rock as “Ethiopian traditional music using a rocky advantage. Someone known as us ‘the White colored Stripes of Ethiopia’ ‘trigger we only need drums and six strings.” Zeleke, an Ethiopian expatriate surviving in the London community of Tottenham, fulfilled his bandmates through the Genna Ethiopian Arts and Theater, a nonprofit social group specialized in showing African music and arts in britain. After many years of playing around London, Krar Collective’s status pass on through word-of-mouth reviews of their joyous concert events, as well as the group stole the display in the 2010 WOMAD Event in Charlton Recreation area, the 2011 WOMEX Event in Copenhagen, as well as the 2012 Roundhouse Increasing Event in London. In 2011, Krar Collective authorized with the well known globe music label Riverboat Information, and moved into the studio room with maker Colin Bass to record their 1st album. The completed item, Ethiopia Super Krar, was released in the summertime of 2012.