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Slovo (band)

Slovo is a British electronic band started by guitarist Dave Randall. The group's first album nommo was released in 2002 and their second and latest album, Todo Cambia, was released on 17 September 2007.

Slovo began in the mind and then the South London studio of Faithless guitarist Dave Randall. In 2002 he brought together Iceland's Emilíana Torrini, West Africa's Maezah, England's Kirsty Hawkshaw, the urban poems of AD, the drums of Max Roach, the voice of Charlie Chaplin and the words of Woody Guthrie. Entitled nommo, Slovo's debut album raised questions about the world and was in the words of The Sunday Times, 'a wonderful album that is both stridently polemical and determinedly celebratory.'

Dave Randall then put together the Slovo live band with singer Andrea Britton, bass player Lucy Shaw, percussionist Sudha Kheterpal, guitarist and keyboard player Andrew Phillips, dancer Adura Onashile and drummer Ami Rothenberg.

Slovo toured extensively in Europe in 2003 and 2004 playing at many of the major European festivals and supporting Lamb and Damien Rice in the UK.

In 2005 Dave Randall returned to guitar playing duties with Faithless, but also began work on Slovo's second album Todo Cambia. The album featured vocalists Andrea Britton and UK hip-hop MC Bobby Whiskers as well as the voices of Indian activist Arundhati Roy and US prisoner and writer George Jackson. It was released in September 2007.

Slovo (journal)

Slovo is a biannual academic journal edited and managed entirely by postgraduates of the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies. Slovo is an interdisciplinary publication covering Russian, Eurasian, Central and East European affairs, from the fields of anthropology, economics, film, geography, history, international relations, linguistics, literature, media, politics and sociology. Slovo is produced and distributed through Maney Publishing.

The first issue of Slovo appeared in May 1988 and included contributions from staff members Geoffrey Hosking and György Schöpflin.


Slovo may refer to persons:

  • Joe Slovo South African politician.


  • Joe Slovo (Cape Town) Joe Slovo settlement in Cape Town.


  • Slovo (album), an album by Arkona
  • Slovo (band) a British electronic band
  • Slovo (journal), an academic journal of the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES).
Slovo (album)

Slovo (, A Word) is the sixth full-length album by the Russian pagan metal band Arkona. It was released on August 26, 2011 through Napalm Records. An academical choir and a chamber orchestra were used on the album.