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Akoya Afrobeat Ensemble

Akoya Afrobeat Ensemble
The 13-piece band boasts a multinational crew that came together from a variety of different musical backgrounds to explore the funky, Yoruba-meets-James Brown style that Fela pioneered in the ’70s.
By Tom Pryor

Akwid

Akwid
The story of Sergio and Francisco Gomez, better known as Akwid, the Mexican-American hip-hop duo from South Central L.A., is a familiar tale of unforeseen fame complete with the usual underdog subplots that make for a compelling MTV rockumentary.
By Maximo Zeledon

Domenico + 2

Domenico + 2
Musically competent, innately creative and defiantly adventurous, Domenico + 2 is concerned only with hurling their talents together and stamping new identities onto Brazilian music.
By Paul Sullivan

Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra

Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra
If there’s one group that stands out as the hardest-working Afrobeat torchbearer, almost single-handedly igniting the Afrobeat revival in North America, it’s Brooklyn’s own Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra.
By Tom Pryor

Bebo Valdes and Diego El Cigala

Bebo Valdes and Diego El Cigala
Bebo Valdes and Diego El Cigala create a rich exchange—Cuban and Latin American standards reinvigorated by passionate flamenco vocals, mediated by a jazz sensibility—that’s more than the sum of its parts.
By Eliseo Cardona

Tinariwen

Tinariwen
Tinariwen’s is a story of war and peace, separation and miraculous reunion, and extraordinary cultural change among a people whose very existence is premised on their resistance to the influences of outsiders.
By Banning Eyre

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