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Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #77

Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #77

Oh October, three hours of Nightshop global sounds with nine albums of the month. Starting with three songs of the day by Ghorwane (Mozambique), Raul Monsalve y los Forajidos (Venezuela) and Vidock (France). Our albums of the month start with traditional spiritual gnawa music by Maalem Mahmoud Gania (Hive Mind...
Podcast: Radio Mukambo #466 – Invisible Invasion in the Land of Breaks

Podcast: Radio Mukambo #466 – Invisible Invasion in the Land of Breaks

This week we have two cd’s of the week. Adventures in the Land of Breaks sounds like a hiphop/broken beat soundtrack for an imaginary Tarantino movie, orchestrated by Funky Bijou from France, out on Sterephonk. Global Control / Invisible Invasion is a trip to India and Carnatic singing through bass by Tunisian...
Interview: Q&A with Kel Assouf – Rocking the Desert

Interview: Q&A with Kel Assouf – Rocking the Desert

Since 2016, when we first met them at WOMAD UK, we have constantly felt under the rocky spell of Kel Assouf. The roughness of their sound, which goes side-by-side with their heartfelt and profound lyrics, has brought new life into the so-called Tuareg rock style. Despite being based in Brussels...
Your Ticket to… 2018 (in 50 songs)

Your Ticket to… 2018 (in 50 songs)

We know that the curtain closed on 2018 more than a week ago but, given the incredible number of good tunes released throughout the year, we also thought that it was better to take a few additional days to tidy up our music-listening. What follows is a playlist of the...
Visions of Sound – June 2018

Visions of Sound – June 2018

We’ve partnered with Groovalizacion Radio to bring you a monthly collection of the best world music-related videos. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes! Watch the full playlist:
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