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Think of One
The sextet Think of One may well possess one of the most inapt monikers in all of music: Although jazz innovator Thelonious Monk once penned a song by that name, Think of One is anything but single-minded.
By Jeff Tamarkin

Ned Sublette
Ned Sublette never expected to be writing about the ancient Phoenicians when he set out to write a history of Cuban music. "But the more I dug, the deeper the roots got," he said. "At a certain point in my research, I just made a decision and said, ‘Yeah, I really am gonna go there.’"
By Tom Pryor

Kultur Shock
Based in Seattle, Kultur Shock first came to international attention a couple of years ago with the majestically-titled FUCC The INS, which sounded as if the Clash had parachuted into the Balkans and emerged leading a village brass band.
By Chris Nickson

Abdel Wright
 “My experience helps me to be humble," says Abdel Wright. "I lived without a mother and a father, so nothing really flatters I and I. I appreciate where my life is at now, but as you see, I’m a very simple person.”
By Christopher Porter

AR Rahman

Some reports say that he has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide; others put the number at a cool 100 million. Dozens of hit movies bear his name in the credits. With one musical already on Broadway, he is busy penning the score for a version of The Lord Of The Rings that’s slated for a West End bow in winter 2005. This, clearly, is a man playing at the top of his game.


By Anastasia Tsioulcas

Sinead O'Connor
That a controversial rock star and firebrand like Sinéad O’Connor should have decided to record an album of traditional Irish material is bound to surprise some listeners.
By Christina Roden

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