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M.I.A.

M.I.A.
The 27-year-old Sri Lankan born Maya Arulpragasam has been whipping up critical praises as the reigning superstar of electro-clash, an updated version of ’80s synth-rock that incorporates hip-hop, R&B and punk into its mix.
By Derek Beres

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Ladysmith Black Mambazo
With their newest release, No Boundaries, leader Joseph Shabalala and the renowned South African acappella group that has thrilled millions collaborate with the English Chamber Orchestra.
By Chris Nickson

Maria Bethânia

Maria Bethânia

Maria Bethania has been hailed as the “Queen of Brazilian Song.” On her latest album, Maricotinha, Bethania recasts old hits while presenting new ones in her smoky, throaty voice. One of the founders of the Tropicalia movement, Bethania gives new meaning to nuance.


By Eliseo Cardona
Tete Alhino

Tete Alhino
On her second solo outing, Voz, the smoky-voiced Cape Verdean singer Tete Alhinho turns in a gorgeously stripped-down and atmospheric set of mornas that spotlights her unique voice.
By j. poet

Yoko Ono

One of the most controversial women of the past four decades, Yoko Ono is many things to many people: avant-garde artist, tireless campaigner for peace, successful businesswoman and—of course—the widow of slain Beatle John Lennon. Now, she can add to that list hitmaker. Has the world finally caught up to Yoko?


By Jeff Tamarkin

Jake Shimabukuro
Jake Shimabukuro views the ukulele as an “untapped source of music with unlimited potential,” and he’s continued to experiment with its sonic reach. He's been compared to everyone from Jimi Hendrix to Eddie Van Halen.
By Jeff Tamarkin

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