Yeah, I know, it's all Womadelaide all the time at the moment. (If you're sick of it, this is the second last one, promise)
Rango is the name of the group, but it is also the name of a revived style of music and ritual, which was brought to Egypt by Sudanese slaves, a couple of hundred years ago.
And rango is also the name for the xylophone in the picture below. According to mepop, when the music is performed at rituals, those gourds attached below the xylophone blocks (pity that chair was in the way) are the vehicles for the spirits to manifest and enter the Rango cult devotees.
This guy is wearing/playing a mangor — a shaker-belt covered in hundreds of sundried goats’ hooves. Yes, goats' hooves. At the time I assumed they were some kind of seed pods.
And man below is shaking the mangor as well as shakers made from aerosol cans.
The main singer (although there were several) had a costume change halfway through the show - into the outfit below, which was so much fun to photograph.