Mark Mulholland has released 15 albums, as a solo artist or with different bands, including the acoustic folk band Two Dollar Bash, rock bands Rummage and Impure Thoughts, a collaboration with the Haitian poet Frankétienne, and recently the Afro-Haitian Experimental Orchestra, with Tony Allen and others.
Craig Ward left Scotland for Antwerp, where he became a member of dEUS (one of the most successful Belgian alternative rock bands), as well as The Love Substitutes, True Bypass, iH8 Camera, A Clean Kitchen is a Happy Kitchen. Now living back in Scotland, he has recently released 2 solo albums.
Hannes d’Hoine studied electric and double bass at the Conservatory of Antwerp, and plays in the cult Belgian experimental band Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung, who released their 7th album in 2014. He is very active in bands and theatre productions in Antwerp, as well as composing film soundtracks.
Yacouba Sissoko was born into one of the great musical families of Mali, and from a young age played with virtually all the great names of Malian music, as well as international artists like Damon Albarn, Bjork and Dee Dee Bridgewater. He toured the world with the project Afrocubism, and has recently released his first solo album.