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Beto Hale
Beto Hale is a bilingual singer who composes in both English and Spanish. A onetime magazine editor, he’s both an avid reviewer and an introspective songwriter. A onetime session musician, he’s a guitarist’s guitarist and a road-weathered drummer.
By Mike Greenhaus

Mutabaruka
The most commonly used adjective for describing Mutabaruka’s various artistic endeavors over the past 20 years is controversial, his scathing narratives censuring everything from organized religion to the four basic food groups.
By Patricia Meschino

Lucia Pulido
Lucia Pulido’s Cantos Religiosos y Paganos de Colombia (“Religious and Pagan Songs from Colombia”) is old and yet new, traditional but contemporary, penetrating and magical. And honest.
By Carol Amoruso

I Muvrini
I Muvrini is widely credited with reviving traditional polyphonic singing on the island of Corsica and they’ve fired a pride in Corsica’s indigenous language and culture.
By Garth Cartwright

Yerba Buena
Yerba Buena, in Spanish, is “good weed” or “good herb,” and like the soothing effects of a potent aromatic plant, the group deals out feel-good dance songs that fortify the spirit while lightening up even the creakiest hip joints.
By Enrique Lavin

Linton Kwesi Johnson

Linton Kwesi Johnson and Benjamin Zephaniah
Word Sound Power has long been a reggae maxim: Linton Kwesi Johnson and Benjamin Zephaniah both embody it. The two are friends yet could hardly be more different.
By Garth Cartwright

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