Safe & Sounds: Safe & Sounds #106 – Jaire

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This Corona stuff really sucks ey! Since we might all be bound by borders for a while, we’d like to come together and share some happiness in the shape of a playlist or mix!

In the next days and weeks, check out Safe & Sounds, where we will figuratively introduce you to and put you in touch with music whizzes, featuring their selections, collections and picks from all around the globe.

Be “Safe & Sounds” and wash your hands!

Tigran Hamasyan Vardavar live in the mountains 2013

On this song Charles Altura plays the acoustic guitar, Chris Tordini plays the acoustic bass, Arthur Hnatek hits random things, Tigran Hamasyan plays "Hello Kitty" toy piano and an awesome Casio keyboard. November 10th, 2013.

'Kichhu Din Mone Mone' by Parvathy Baul

Keep something to yourself! At least for a few days. A strange call in our age of show and display. In this delightful song, the poet urges us to keep our love for the Beloved hidden from the world, deep in the corner of our hearts. *** Find lyrics/translation of this song at Discover a universe of Bhakti, Sufi, Baul poetry and music at *** Typical of the oral traditions, there are different opinions about the poet of this beautiful song. Parvathy says after consultations with respected Baul practitioners that it is most likely to be Uttam Chand Goshai, though Roshik Das and Rasaraj Goshai are also advanced as possible authors. Whoever the poet, the listener's true calling is to imbibe the 'ras' (essence). In September 2011, Parvathy Baul graciously welcomed the Kabir Project team to her home in Trivandrum and we got an opportunity to immerse in songs and satsangs with her over an intense 7 days. One night in the akhada in the upper part of her home, Parvathy performed this song to an intimate audience of friends. Parvathy is a Baul singer and saadhika, painter and storyteller from Bengal and has been a disciple of Shashanko Goshai and Sanatan Das Baul. She divides her time between her home in Trivandrum, Kerala and the Baul ashram she has built near Shantiniketan in Bengal. ( (Click on Settings for subtitles in English & Hindi. Click ‘B’ on keyboard to remove the black background in subtitles.) This is one of a series of uploads for Ajab Shahar, a webspace dedicated to mystic poem and song, created by the Kabir Project team ( ; Song Credits: Ektara, Duggi and Vocals: Parvathy Baul Translation: Vipul Rikhi Video Credits: Cameras: Smriti Chanchani & Aarthi Parthasarathy Editing & Sound: Aarthi Parthasarathy Sub-Titling: Nandini Nayyar Collection: The Kabir Project

Rai Ko Ris live 08.04.2013 Poland, Wroclaw

Rai Ko Ris, anarcho punk, Nepal April 8, 2013 - Poland, Wrocław

Derek Gripper: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Tom Cole | December 16, 2016 — You probably shouldn't be reading this — just listen to Derek Gripper play and watch his fingers work. You can see and hear his classical training from his first notes behind the Tiny Desk. The 38-year-old started on violin at age 6, then wound up with one of the few classical-guitar professors in his native South Africa. But touring the world playing the music of the great dead white men was not all that appealing (though Gripper still loves to play Bach). Then he heard a record by the Malian kora player Toumani Diabate. He decided that that's what he wanted to do: not play the kora itself, but play kora music on the guitar. Of course, the kora has 21 strings, each tuned to a fixed note. The nylon-stringed guitar Gripper plays has six. But by using unusual tunings and fretting the strings up and down the neck with his left hand, he can pretty much hit all of the kora's notes. He shows how he can evoke the West African instrument's multiple voices simultaneously in the third piece of his Tiny Desk concert, "Jarabi." The remarkable thing is, he figured all of this out — and recorded two acclaimed albums — just by listening to CDs and checking out music online. Gripper painstakingly transcribed what he heard onto a kind of notation called tablature — similar to the music written for the Renaissance vihuela, which was also an inspiration. Earlier this year, Gripper finally made it to Mali, where his efforts received the blessing of Toumani Diabate himself; the two even jammed together. Now, go back to the concert. Libraries On Fire is available now: iTunes: Amazon: SET LIST "Tuth Jara" (Trad. Arr. Derek Gripper) "Joni" (Derek Gripper) "Jarabi" (Trad. Arr. Derek Gripper) "Duga" (Trad. Arr. Derek Gripper) MUSICIANS Derek Gripper (guitar) CREDITS Producers: Tom Cole, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Nicole Boliaux; Production Assistant: Anna Marketti; Photo: Raquel Zaldivar/NPR. For more Tiny Desk concerts, subscribe to our podcast:

Animals As Leaders - The Brain Dance (Dunlop Sessions)

One of my favourite songs of AAL. Enjoy!

Namlo - Maya ko Gaatho | Junkiri Sessions |

Namlo is a Nepali fusion band committed to raise the profile of Nepali music in global context. Ganga Thapa’s remit in this context brings together all his collective experiences with various world musicians to represent and make Nepali music accessible in a contemporary way by fusing indigenous Nepali folk with other stylistic/ethnic global influence. Namlo brings homeland with poetic lyrics and melodies inspired by Himalayan foothills and mountains, whilst weaving a cross-cultural musical soundscape influenced by West Africa to South America. The word, “Namlo’’, is a strap used together with a “DOKO” basket to transport goods. It’s meaning is symbolic as the weaving of the basket represents the cultural bonding and support of the Nepalese community worldwide. Vocal / Guitar – Ganga Thapa Clarinet – Lucy Bass – Robyn Hemming ---------------------------------------------------------------- Visit Namlo on: Spotify: Facebook: Youtube: Instagram: ---------------------------------------------------------------- Junkiri Team: Shirish (Video Edit), Sunil, Awesh & Om

Portishead Roseland New York City

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Hakpare ~ A song of the Himalayas | Mohan Veena On Roshan Sharma | Jhuma Limbu

Posting this song once again, but this time separately as i had so many requests wanting it to be alone rather than being an intro to a lesson ! This tune is really special as its what me and the people in my hometown grow up hearing ! A song that radiates so much to the peacefulness and warmth in me !! This song from the mountains called “Hakpare” is a melody of the Limbu Community residing in the Eastern Part of Nepal ! This song is also a beautiful example of the use of the Major Pentatonic scale, the scale that is used the most around the globe in all cultures, ethnicity and musical styles !! Thank u dearest Jhuma Limbu (for working years to get this tune from the real singers of the mountains and also for letting me post it ) and all involved in this project for making this video special ! Vocals - Jhuma Limbu Mohan Veena - Roshan Sharma Chyabrung and Jhyamta - Shambhu Baniya Bass Guitar - Subash Poudel Pre-Mix - Sooraz Shrestha Recorded by - Amrit Kumar Bhatta Arranged by - Roshan Sharma Song Collected by - Jhuma Limbu Video Edit - Shibu Sanju Shrestha Videography - Pawone Poudel Feel free to enquire for personal online classes in the areas of Technical Development , Music Theory, Ear Training , Indian Classical Ragas on Guitar and much more on : Whatsapp ~ 009779800985858 #Roshansharma #Mohanveena #Jhumalimbu

Basanta Jeewan - Jaire

We are Jaire, a math rock/post punk band based in Kathmandu, Nepal..Basanta Jeewan is the first single from our debut EP: Prakriti | Prabriti..This song tells a story of the season of spring and how nature captivates us with its beauty, colors and magic and inspires our lives as the most vibrant force of art liberating our creative fuels.. Jaire are Birat Basnet on drums and Mannu Shahi on guitars Music written and produced by Jaire Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Rolling Studios Drums recorded at RL Studios Actor : Ram Babu Regmi Video by Chandrabindu Mail - FB - IG - Find our debut EP here:

The reason behind this playlist is that all the artists have their own story to tell so that motivates me to see things differently. Even though we might not speak the same language but music makes us connected in someway. And thats the reason I wanted to choose artists with different backgrounds, different ethnicity


Guitarist Mannu Shahi and drummer Birat Basnet are “two friends sharing their love for animals, nature, music, life and each other“. In 2017, they joined forces to form Jaire, a math-rock/post-punk band based in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Last August, they released Prakriti | Prabriti, their debut EP or as they described it, “a collective of stories we see, face and hear about being a part of this magical natural realm..


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