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Music Review: K’Naan – Troubadour

Somali-born lyricist K'Naan brings new meaning to the terms ‘protest poet’ and ‘rap stylist’ on Troubadour, a marvelous and ear-pleasing delight. Read More »

Join Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers’ Conscious Party

21 years ago, Ziggy Marley and his band teamed up with two Talking Heads to produce a classic reggae album. Read More »

Music Review: – Sleepwalking Through The Mekong (Original Soundtrack)

The soundtrack to this excellent DVD documentary is finally available, and it just flat out rocks. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Dengue Fever – Sleepwalking Through The Mekong

Even in the midst of utter desperation, music still has the power to inspire. Read More »

Music Review: Various Performers – The Rough Guide To Gypsy Music Vol. 2

It goes a long way to dispelling the myth that Romani music consists solely of wild violins. Read More »

Music Review: Chango Spasiuk – Pynandi (Los Descalzos)

Chango Spasiuk introduces us to the land he loves. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Putumayo Presents: India

Exploring India's rich musical heritage and incredibly artistic diversity. Read More »

Music Review: Trembling Bells – Carbeth

Trembling Bells may have deconstructed the traditional folk music genre, but that doesn't mean they are without affection for it. Read More »

Music Review: Jake Shimabukuro – Jake Shimabukuro Live

An amazing musician who is not only technically skilled, but able to plumb the emotional depths of any piece of music he attempts. Read More »

Music Review: Ersatzmusika – Songs Unrecantable

Ersatzmuzika is on the leading edge of the movement intent on proving anything old can be new again. Read More »