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Music Review: Myriam Alter – ‘Cross/Ways’

Alter Crossways

'Cross/Ways' is an album filled with melodic warmth and cultural diversity—music to capture your attention. Read More »

Music Review: Nicole – ‘Raizes/Roots’


Yiddish melodies in Brazilian dress, world music melded with Latin jazz—Raizes/Roots is an album that deserves your attention. Read More »

Music Review: Somi – ‘The Lagos Music Salon’

somi lagos music salon

'The Lagos Music Salon' offers not only some beautiful music, but some important ideas as well. Read More »

Music Review: Kavita Shah – ‘Visions’

Kavita Shah

With 'Visions' Kavita Shah makes her album debut, and it is a winner. Read More »

Music Review: Hafez Nazeri – ‘Untold: The Rumi Symphony Project’

hafez nazeri Rumi symphony project

Hopefully this marks the beginning of a brand new musical tradition, one with the ability to move audiences no matter what their religion, cultural or ethnic background. Read More »

Music Review: Dhafer Youssef – ‘Birds Requiem’


The oud virtuoso takes listeners on an exotic spiritual journey. Read More »

Music Reviews: ‘CYO3′, ‘Balance’, and ‘Music of Ryuichi Skamoto’


New albums from Craig Yaremko Organ Trio, Adam Unsworth with John Vanore and Byron Olson, and The Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble. Read More »

Rusted Root Stays Groovy with Self-Produced Video and Free Song Download


With a catchy calypso-African vibe, 'Cover Me Up' hails from the long-running jam band's first Shanachie Records release. Read More »

Music Review: TriBeCaStan – ‘New Songs From the Old Country’


TriBeCaStan isn’t world music. TriBeCaStan is WORLD MUSIC. Read More »

Music Review: Sachal Studios Orchestra – ‘Jazz and All That’


The Pakistani orchestra proves that jazz can make its mark all over the world. Read More »