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World Music Features

Diaspora Jazz
For many Israeli jazz musicians, home is wherever the music leads them. Such is the case for Anat Fort, Ayelet Rose Gottlieb, Anat Cohen, and Avishai Cohen (photo).
By David R. Adler

Michael Dorf
Michael Dorf has been an arts presenter in New York City since he founded the original Knitting Factory music club in 1986 at age 23. Dorf later went on to found the Bell Atlantic Jazz Festival, The Digital Club Network and non-profit organizations like the Tribeca Hebrew after-school program.
By Tad Hendrickson

DJ Cheb i Sabbah

Over the years, DJ Cheb i Sabbah has developed an increasingly fluid touch when it comes to mixing the traditional music of India and North Africa with the hypermodern sound of electronica. Devotion, his latest offering is a celebratory groove excursion that brings Sufi, Sikh and Hindu influences together in harmony.


By Douglas Heselgrave

Senor Flavio

With legendary Argentine rockers Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Señor Flavio helped define Rock En Español in the ’90s. His new album Supersaund 2012 ripples with the reggae and ska sound that put LFC on the map, but also offers a fresh brew of punk, garage, and psychobilly—a raucous cocktail that’s sure to propel Flavio to the indie forefront once again.


By Lissette Corsa

DeVotchKa

Based in Denver, DeVotchKa has left an eclectic stamp on modern Balkan music. After four indie releases, the group made it big with the soundtrack to Little Miss Sunshine, and now returns with a new album on the Anti- imprint—home to Antibalas, Tom Waits and Xavier Rudd.


By Jim Bessman

Omar Sosa

Cuban-born pianist and composer Omar Sosa has made a career out of fusing Latin music with jazz, but his latest album Afreecanos marks a significant leap forward, bringing together musicians from all over Africa, Cuba, Brazil and France. From his home in Barcelona, he talks about the rich heritage of African music and his ultimate plan to bring an international aesthetic to the big band sound.


By Mike Greenblatt
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