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World Music Features

Zap Mama
“I invite people to open their imagination with the sounds that I create,” says Marie Daulne. And the creative force behind Zap Mama has invited listeners in once again with Ancestry in Progress.
By Marie Elsie St. Leger

Eliza Carthy

English Folk Gets Cool Again
A strange thing happened to English traditional music about a decade ago. People began to look at it anew, reassessing and reevaluating it for signs of life and possibilities.
By Chris Nickson

Cristina Branco
Cristina Branco is often considered one of the rising stars of the newly resurgent genre of fado, which was born in Portugal in the 19th century. In Portugal and among fado purists, Branco is something apart.
By Marty Lipp

Sidi Goma
Sidi Goma is a loosely-kit, semi-hereditary Sufi organization, with a core group of performers that’s rounded out with a rotating cast of other men from the village; depending on who’s available at the time.

Fawzy Al-Aiedy
Music can at least remind us that there is more to Iraq and its people than burning vehicles and chaos. It was against the backdrop that Fawzy Al-Aiedy, an Iraqi musician, found himself sitting behind the stage at the WOMAD festival in Reading, England.
By Graham Henderson

Jaojoby
Jaojoby is known as the King of Salegy, the folk-derived pop music genre reigning in the Indian Ocean, in which Madagascar is the largest island on the African side.
By Carol Amoruso

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