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Aziza Brahim: Abbar el Hamada – album review

tones which will melt your heart amidst words that should melt your soul

Mexrrissey: No Manchester – album review

it will hopefully leave the door of the Mexican branch of the Salford Lads Club open

Sidestepper: Supernatural Love – album review

The sound of Colombia can be a wonderful thing

Mechanimal: Delta Pi Delta – album review

hopefully this will be the album that finally gives them what they richly deserve.

Vieux Farka Toure and Julia Easterlin: Touristes – album review

it’s one which will make you sit up and listen.

Qwanqwa: Volume Two – album review

indeed the whole album whilst not immediate at first, does grow in time.

Bixiga 70: III – album review

III is a triumph in bringing together several genres which have hereunto stayed poles apart.

Various Artists: Late Night Tales – Nils Frahm – album review

A fantastic album and one that requires its listener to trust its motives and just enjoy the ride.

Omar Souleyman: Badheni Nami – album review

Omar Souleyman's new album comes out on a new label and has been worked on by numerous class producers. But has it worked?

Mbongwana Star: From Kinshasa – album review

Mbongwana Star – From Kinshasa (World Circuit) DL | CD | LP Out Now 9 / 10 An excellent combination of European and African culture makes for an eclectic...

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