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Issa Bagayogo
They call him “Techno Issa” or “Electric Issa.” Issa Bagayogo epitomizes the new face of Malian music. Though he is firmly rooted in its traditions, his sound bridges the gap between traditional music and digital fusion club music.
By Graham Henderson

Konono No. 1
While many African kalimba players will attach items like bottle caps or shells to their soundboards to create buzzing effects, Konono No. 1’s amplified likembes are on a whole different level. Their riveting recordings, have been compared to everything from Lee “Scratch” Perry to Einsturzende Neubauten.
By Judson Kilpatrick

George Dalaras: Greece’s Pop Road Runner
Who is George Dalaras? If you’re not Greek, a Cypriot, or a Greek hyphenate in diaspora countries such as the U.S. or Australia, there’s an excellent chance you don’t know this singer, although at home he is nothing short of a living legend.
By Anastasia Tsioulcas

Nacao Zumbi: Finding Strength in Culture
Since the early ‘90’s they have been at the epicenter of a musical movement in Recife called Mangue Beat. The movement is characterized by the rhythms of Pernambuco mixed with other influences such as hip-hop, rock, world music, dub and reggae.
By Paul Sullivan

Nortec Collective’s Latrintronica
Nortec is quite possibly the first new authentic south-of-the-border esthetic since the Brazilian tropicalistas three decades earlier. Nortec Collective has cannibalized technological advancements from the dominant pop cultures from the first world to create their own boundary-less post-modern world.
By Enrique Lavin

Lhasa

Fans love Lhasa de Sela for her eclectic past, for her hesitant delivery when introducing songs and for her apparent lack of interest in cashing in on her success


By Bruce Sach
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