2017-03-17 Top 10 World Music Albums, March edition
An exploration of some fresh global sounds, with a track from each of the best 10 new releases. In fact, two tracks from one of them.
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Te Vaka “Tulimanu” from Te Vaka Beats
Mokoomba “Luyando” from Luyando
Amine & Hamza “Letter to God” from Fertile Paradoxes
Quetzal “Critical Time” from The Eternal Getdown
Girma Beyene & Akalé Wubé “Ene negn bay manesh” from Mistakes on Purpose (Ethiopiques 30)
Aurelio “Yalifu” from Darandi
Black Flower “Abeba Zeybekiko” from Artifacts
Set break — KAOS Community Billboard
Black Flower “Artifacts” from Artifacts
FolkBeat “Сила Богатырская / The Strength of the Warriors” from I’m Marching on My Own
Oumou Sangare “Djoukourou” from Mogoya
Red Baraat “Zindabad” from Bhangra Pirates
Elida Almeida “Discriminason” from Djunta Kudjer
Vocal Sampling “El juego” from Así de Sampling
The Jerry Cans “Ukiuq” from Inuusiq
Rakkatak “Eesha’s Song” from Small Pieces
L’Orchestre Afrisa International “Amour Nala” from Melanie
Les Amazones d’Afrique “Nebao (feat. Mamani Keita)” from République Amazone
Diazpora “Piece by Piece” from Islands
Tamikrest “Ehad Wad Nadorhan” from Kidal
Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar
Máximo Pujol “Gonzalo” from El Recorrido Argentino de Mi Guitarra
Kv express “Little monster” from Zafon
Srdjan Beronja “Maqam Bayati Oud Taqsim” from Sounds of the East
Antibalas “big man” from Who is This America?