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Global Village: Danes in New York
When Israeli-born, NYC-based producer Nili Belkind and singer-guitarist Dalia Faitelson (pictured), also born in Israel and currently residing in Copenhagen, first came up with the idea of a two-way, ongoing cultural exchange between musicians from their respective hometowns, it must have seemed like a pipe dream.
By Christina Roden

Francesca Ancarola
True justice evaded Victor Jara in life, but thanks to Chilean songstress Francesca Ancarola’s latest album Lonquén, poetic justice has at least been rendered. The album, the award-winning singer’s fifth, serves as a tribute to the leader of the “Nueva canción Chilena” movement.
By Jim Bessman

Dino Saluzzi
Before virtuoso Argentine musician-composer Astor Piazzolla came along in the mid-’50s, the bandoneon was primarily known as a sailor’s “toy” accordion. Twelve years after his death, there’s but one cat with instrumental and compositional chops audaciously iconoclastic enough to walk in El Maestro’s boots: Dino Saluzzi.

By Tom Terrell

Oojami
Not content to rehash traditional tunes as their own, or play up their ethnic roots for a tiny audience of beard-stroking neo-colonialists, Oojami is shaking off the Turkish bellydance tag to become a proper, clubby dance act who just happen to groove to the ciftetelli beat.
By Tom Jackson

Calle 13
It was a dizzying first year for Puerto Rican half-brothers and musical partners Rene (Residente) Perez and Eduardo (Visitante) Cabra. And now, with their second CD, they’re determined to build on their already impressive debut, and re-sculpt reggaeton in their own image.

Pacha Massive
Dousing sophisticated urban breakbeats in Latin American folklore, the Bronx-based Colombian/Dominican duo of Maya Martinez and DJ Nova have been building up buzz with their loungey hybrid sound since they met in 2003.
By Mario Oña

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