Mdou Moctar “Funeral For Justice” 

Mdou Moctar “Funeral For Justice” 

This guitarist is a Tuareg living in Niger. As with many West African musicians, Mdou Moctar's music was first distributed via mobile phones. It reached audiences on other continents following the publication of the compilation "Music From Saharan Cellphones" by the...

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Corey Taylor “CMF2B… Or Not 2B” 

Corey Taylor “CMF2B… Or Not 2B” 

It's tricky to occupy space for an artist whose album you presented just a few months ago. On the other hand, when you're excited about an album, you have to put it forward. That's the case with this one. For those who don't know Corey Taylor (and who haven't read the...

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Blick Bassy “Mádibá Ni Mbondi”

Blick Bassy “Mádibá Ni Mbondi”

In his grandparents' village, this Cameroonian from a large family was introduced to a life in harmony with nature, as well as to the music, dance and traditional culture of his native Bassa ethnic group. As a schoolboy, he founded the group The Jazz Crew, which met...

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