Raashan’s albums The Push and the groundbreaking For What You’ve Lost garnered worldwide attention and earned him the devoted admiration of fans as he has toured feverishly throughout North America, Europe, Japan, Australia, and Brazil. He plays two sets at Momo’s on 25 and 26 October 2011. Continue reading Raashan Ahmad at Momo’s London
The spring revolution continues and as if by some sort of clairvoyance, Nguy?™n L?™’s latest album Songs Of Freedom is right on message
ACT are determined to prove they are ‘Label Of The Year’ as they’ve gone and done it again with a live jazz trio album by Wollny, Kruse & Schaefer, aka [em].
Kaloom?© follow up the 2004 debut album Sin Fronteras with 13 tracks drenched in Catalan heritage that’s De Otro Color.
Idir, a musical superstar hailing from Algeria is credited as being one of forces behind the surge of urban ra?Ø music. Moroccan Chaabi singer Najat Aatabou has changed the face of Moroccan music with her powerful lyrics and compositions in both French and English. We caught up with both artists recently to speak about their trip to America
The geek fact about this album was that it was recorded from start to finish on 2″ analog tape but is that enough for Rob da Bank’s latest signings on Sunday Best as they release their debut album?
Mauricio Pacheco’s passion for Angolan music has flowered into a wonderful album of reinterpretations of classic Angolan tunes by the cutting edge of Brazil’s underground scene
Louise Gray, the music correspondent for the New Internationalist, has written the most thought-provoking and enjoyable exploration of this whole ‘world music’ thing. She tells Fly what led her to write a book unlike any other on this subject
King Cannibal (aka Dylan Richards) is ready to boil us all in his big pot with this 12″ on Ninja Tune; why do we enjoy being murdered like this?