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Global Web Trends
Overwhelmed by the crush of music sources on the ’net? If you’re a world music fan and you want to research it, buy it, watch it or chat about it, we’ll point you in the right direction with our Global Web Trends.
By Carl Negro

Global Drum Project
Hard to believe it’s been 15 years since Mickey Hart’s Planet Drum entourage last played together, but all that’s changed with the reunion of Hart and tabla master Zakir Hussian. They’re the driving forces behind Global Drum Project—a unique update on Planet Drum that includes a new album, a recent U.S. tour and a tighter emphasis on melding drumming with modern technology.
By John Ephland

Ky-Mani Marley
After earning a Grammy nomination with his previous album and doing some low-key acting roles, Ky-Mani Marley spent the fall opening for the reunited Van Halen. He has also released an album he calls Radio because it’s full of the music he heard on the radio dial as a youngster. We check in with him backstage.
By Wes Orshoski

Dengue Fever
Critical darlings Dengue Fever, a six-piece L.A. rock band fronted by the honey-tongued Chhom Nimol, mix the flavor of ’60s surf-psychedelia with a revitalized take on Cambodian pop. Celebrating the release of a new album and a documentary about their Cambodian tour, DF are poised to become a breakout success, perhaps refocusing world attention on the Khmer sound.
By John Seroff

17 Hippies
There aren't 17 of them, there isn't a "hippie" in the bunch, and if there was a guide to becoming a successful band, they would probably break every single rule in it. Even so, 17 Hippies have become one of Germany's most popular and successful "roots" groups. Based in Berlin, the band has just released Heimlich, their first CD available in the U.S.
By Chris Heim

Youssou N'Dour
After the North African orchestra sound of Egypt, Youssou N’Dour returns to form with Rokka Mi Rokka. N’Dour’s been around the block so many times that his hybrid of Western pop song aesthetics and African roots is deep in his bones. Nothing feels forced, and while some may still prefer the Youssou of yore (master of mbalax), that’s now ancient history.
By Banning Eyre

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