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Fofoulah: Daega Rek – album review

Are the people of The World ready for the genre busting Fofoulah and their astonishing Afro-Dub explosions?

Gaye Su Akyol: Istikrarli Hayal Hakikattir – album review

What Gaye Su Akyol has achieved with this album has to be applauded

Bixiga 70: Quebra Cabeça – album review

If you need an album in your collection to dance yourself bad to, this is it.

Maarja Nuut & Rum: Muunduja – album review

Maarja Nuut & Rum: Muunduja LP/CD/DL Available 05/10/2018 Maarja Nuut and Hendrik Kaljujärv aka Ruum are set to release collaborative album 'Muunduja’, scheduled for release on 5th...

Bokante and Metropole Orkest conducted by Jules Buckley: What Heat – album review

A word of warning with What Heat – be careful not to let it pass you by. This is stunning beyond expectation and will have you pausing for breath on many occasion. Amazing.

Samba Toure: Wande – album review

yet another release which enables appreciation of the musical styles which are currently, and have been for some while, emanating from Africa.

Ammar 808: Maghreb United – album review

If you are not up, looping, whirling and stomping by track 4, then you need to make a call.

Yonatan Gat: Universalists – Album Review

Album Review: Yonatan Gat - Universalis by Mikey Bailey for Louder Than War.

The Turbans: The Turbans – album review

one suspects The Turbans will be coming to a festival near you very soon.

Sonido Gallo Negro: Mambo Cosmico – album review

it will often surprise you and will have you, whether you feel you want to or not, tapping an appendage to the beats.

박지하 Park Jiha: Communion – album review

An album that isn’t always easy to listen to but will no doubt hypnotise and enchant with its criss-cross of moods, pace and sheer bravery.

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