A collaboration between LA rapper Eligh and Indian sarod player Alam Khan, Tides is the second such album from the...
Reviewed by Tom Newell in issue: January/2021
Top of the World
There is always something rather inspiring about someone willing to take destiny into their own hands. That’s clearly the case...
Reviewed by GonÇalo Frota in issue: January/2021
These sessions – ‘eight musicians, seven days, one experimental folk album from scratch’ – feature a welcomely eclectic mix of...
Reviewed by Tim Cumming in issue: January/2021
Greek folk tales set to thrash metal ‘music from hell’ (that’s how their fans, not their critics, describe them) may...
Reviewed by Russell Higham in issue: January/2021
Toronto Tabla Ensemble
The title-track of Unexpected Guests lives up to the billing. Bagpiper Craig Downie blares dramatically over a boisterous tabla beat....
Reviewed by Liam Izod in issue: January/2021
Black Rock Band
Hailing from the mining-tourist town of Jabiru, within the Northern Territory’s incredible Kakadu National Park, Black Rock Band follow up...
Reviewed by Seth Jordan in issue: January/2021
French production duo (and brothers) Harry and Xavier Veynand have chosen an appropriate title for their first album: it feels...
Reviewed by Jim Hickson in issue: January/2021
A Chinese label recording vintage Hawaiian music in an ultra-modern California studio, with mostly non-native musicians? Go figure. But despite...
Three years on from their second album, Boukane, Lolomis have intensified their ongoing splicing process with a third collection, this...
Reviewed by Martin Longley in issue: January/2021
In Brussels, Rebel Up! is a promoter, record label and DJ team, as well as being general champions of global...
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