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Zakir Hussain
Master percussionist Zakir Hussain has distinguished himself as one of the world’s greatest tabla players. He has worked as a professional from the age of 12 when he began performing concerts of North Indian classical music in his native country.
By Bill Milkowski

Les Nubians
This September, the Faussarts dropped their third full-length recording with a group that always finds ways to confound expectations: Les Nubians Presents: Echos: Chapter One Nubian Voyager.
By Tom Terrell

Joe Bataan
And one of the most distinctive and original Latin musicians that New York ever produced, Joe Bataan, has recently reemerged from semi-retirement to reclaim his title with his first album of new music in over a decade.
By Tom Pryor

Ali Farka Toure and Toumani Diabate
Mali’s “Lion of the Desert,” the guitarist Ali Farka Touré, and the “Grand Prince of Kora,” Toumani Diabaté, release either's first recording in half a decade.
By Lydia Martin

Kimmo Therapy

Over the last three decades Kimmo Pohjonen has made it his personal mission to preserve and expand the capabilities of the accordian, applying the instrument normally associated with antique folk music to a dizzying range of musical styles, from rock and folk to classical and electronic.


By Paul Sullivan

Amadou and Mariam

Amadou and Mariam have come upon a winning formula for blending the Bambara music of their ancestors with raw, rootsy rock ’n’ roll.


By Banning Eyre
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