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Read our #CDReview Roberto López: Criollo Electrik @Lopezmusique @johanhultqvist @stonetreemusic

The words, “pure” and “criollo” seem to cancel out each other as each is mutually exclusive. They are not even the same parts of speech and “criollo” is a word so loaded with meaning that it is a whole different culture and begs a whole different speech…

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Nuits d'Afrique 2017: Indoor Program

INDOOR PROGRAM: 8 SERIES CONNECTED TO WORLD CULTURES! GRANDS ÉVÉNEMENTS SERIES | Presented by ICI Musique The series that presents the top names on the international scene July 13: At the METROPOLIS, Amadou et Mariam (Mali), who have performed on the…

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Read our #CDReview Kobo Town Presents: Where the Galleon Sank @kobotown @johanhultqvist

Listening to Afro-Caribbean music, one cannot help being first dazzled – even blinded – by the electrifying performances of Bob Marley. To hear the wind on the beach hiss and the sand come alive with the cries of revolt in the plantations; to feel the…

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Read our #CDReview Guinga: Canção da Impermanência #AcousticMusicRecords

You will probably never come closer to the real Guinga than on Canção da Impermanência, an album completely stripped of every stylistic deportment for seemingly lit by a single ray of the setting sun, Guinga – alone with his guitar and his voice – bears…

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Read our #CDReview David Shulman & Quiet Life Motel: Anhinga @schulmanmedia

Anhinga is the second album by David Schulman and Quiet Life Motel after the first eponymous album. It is veritable caravanserai which is characterised by two fascinating aspects. The first is that it is anything but a “quiet life motel” and the second is…

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Read our #CDReview Josh Lawrence: Color Theory @joshjazztrumpet

If you chased the clues on Color Theory by trumpeter Josh Lawrence the buck would stop, not with him but with Robert Delaunay, whose Abstract-Impressionist paintings soon evolved into those where bold colours were used in nonfigurative forms, which led to…

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The TD @TorontoJazzFest moves to Yorkville - June 23 to July 2 2017

The TD Toronto Jazz Festival moves to Yorkville this summer and reopens the legendary Concert Hall The TD Toronto Jazz Festival is excited to announce it will be moving to Yorkville when it kicks off this summer from June 23 – July 2nd, 2017. With more…

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31st Edition Festival International Nuits d’Afrique – Montreal, July 11 to 23, 2017 @nuitsdafrique

31st edition of the Festival International Nuits d’Afrique – July 11 to 23, 2017 – For the Pleasure of Being Together and Enjoying an Unforgettable Experience! Montréal, May 31, 2017 – More than 700 artists from 34 countries and hundreds of thousands of…

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If you are left agape at the untold beauty of the desert, you will be left breathless by how it is described by the Tuareg, whose music informed by the rhythms of their camels. The crackling lyricism of the music’s melodies burns in the warmth of the sun…

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It is almost possible to listen to Pasar Klewer by Dwiki Dharmawan as more than analogous with Klewer Market, the largest textile market in Solo City, the Indonesia, if you let its diaphanous aural fabric embrace you and vice-versa. This two disc set…
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