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In the media

    • March 2011

      MoMo Featured in Indian Press

MoMo Loudiyi in India Newspaper

playing the international yoga festival in Kerala, India

  • November 3, 2010

    Concert named LA Times Pick of the Week

    MoMo Loudiyi opens for Natacha Atlas at the Conga Room

  • November 3, 2010

    MoMo performs and is interviewed on KPFK 90.7 FM with Betto Arcos


“MoMo’s Loud Oasis is a burst of new energy and new ideas in the world music scene!!”

– Jai Uttal

“Magical…MoMo’s deep knowledge of Moroccan and Western music makes this work of creativity unique, fearless and beautiful… a must for your musical collection.”

– Hassan Hakmoun

“Momo is a Morocking Cosmic Bhakta who brings the gift of deep soul into the flow of his Magical empowering Music.”

– Shiva Rea

“Momo is a gifted and heartfelt musician who brings the intention of peace and healing to his music. This album is a wonderful fusion of east and west ~ a celebration of music. Play this album, close your eyes and let your body, mind and breath move to these vibrant rhythms and let your inner sufi stir! ~ in oneness!“

– Saul David Raye

“[Loud Oasis] features eleven tracks that are superbly produced and performed by MoMo. Every offering contains an energy that is collective and infectious. There are songs that sound influenced by Paul Simon as well as Ömer Faruk Tekbilek. This makes Loud Oasis such a special album as MoMo handles the transitions from musical styles beautifully and that is very difficult to pull off. MoMo plays with an extraordinary band of musicians who fuse popular Moroccan and Western melodies with confidence and authentic skill that cross boundaries. This team of artists who love music has a heartfelt ability to make listeners smile and celebrate the beautiful world that is life. I highly recommend to any one who enjoys world music that connects a variety of traditions with symmetry and skill.”

– Michael Mollura, LA Yoga Magazine

“Increasingly known for his collaborations and involvement with the Yoga /Kirtan community, Morroccan guitarist and singer, MoMo Loudiyi, has just released Loud Oasis. The recording shows the influence of a wide variety of musical traditions while crossing boundaries and cultures. Raised in a secular home, Loudiyi was influenced both by rock and roll as well as popular music from his homeland. In Loud Oasis, Sufi traditions are fused with Morrocan and Western styles. Loudiyi enters the sacred in a celebratory and joyful manner, accomplishing the task with dexterity and keen musicianship. Recorded in Los Angeles as well as Maarrakech, Fes, Casablanca and Tangiers, the album is a testament to the wide reaching influences at work in the musician’s craft.

Having lived in Morroco and France and traveled extensively before settling in Los Angeles, Momo Loudiyi is an important influence on the sacred music and Kirtan community that continues to grow and develop in the city of Angels.”

– Francisco Letelier, LA Examiner

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