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Music Review: Various Artists – Live from Festival au Desert, Timbuktu

This is as close as you can get to being at Festival au Desert without actually travelling to the Sahara Desert. Read More »

Movie Review – Rock & Rule

Pioneers always get killed, especially when they are ahead of their time. This is true for this movie, which almost bankrupted Nelvana Read More »

Music Review: Koby Israelite – Blues From Elsewhere

Israelite's music celebrates our musical differences and the potential they have for coming together in harmony. Read More »

Music Review: Bajofondo – Presente

Presente shows Bajofondo's expanding musical interests. Read More »

Festival au Désert 2013 Cancelled Due to Uprising in Northern Mali

This year's Tuareg music festival in Mali will be exported in the form of "events in exile." Read More »

An Interview With Shourov Bhattacharya of The Bombay Royale

My recent interview with "The Tiger" of The Bombay Royale! Read More »

Music Review: The Paul Winter Sextet – Count Me In

The Paul Winter Sextet's Count Me In commemorates the 50th anniversary of first White House jazz concert . Read More »

Concert Review: Dead Can Dance at the Orpheum Annex Theatre, Vancouver, B.C., August 9, 2012

Dead Can Dance sputter in first reunion concert. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Simon – Graceland [25th Anniversary Edition – CD/DVD]

The Graceland 25th Anniversary edition, with the Under African Skies film is a mesmerizing opportunity to revisit this amazing recording. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Simon – Graceland [25th Anniversary Edition – CD/DVD]

The classic album contains bonus tracks and is accompanied by the outstanding documentary Under African Skies. Read More »