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Matisyahu
Matthew Miller traded dreadlocks and Birkenstocks for payos and Torah long ago. Now that’s he’s found his path, the vehicle he uses to spread the Chabad Lubavitch message is reggae music.
By Derek Beres

Jeszcze Raz
Jeszcze Raz has established an identity in Montreal with a sound that has been described as including everything from klezmer to gypsy to blues to Quebecois spunk, with a certain Slavic yearning thrown in for good measure.
By Bruce Sach

Ryukyu Underground
There is a local saying in Okinawa, “Ichariba chode,” which translates into “Once we meet we become brothers.” Ryukyu Underground carries this message, vibe and spirit to audiences far beyond Japan.
By Sari Heifetz

Zuco 103
Be it Western country in a digital world, spiced samba or downtempo house, Zuco 103 are purveyors of the new global sound. Not, as many would wish to say, “multicultural,” but rather of a limitless culture.
By Derek Beres

Tinariwen
Tinariwen has become a symbol of reconciliation in a mostly peaceful Mali. In 1999, the group helped to put on the first “Festival in the Desert,” a monumental event inspired by traditional Tuareg celebrations.
By Robert Nolan

Joe Zawinul
He made his name as a keyboardist with Miles Davis and Weather Report. But the development of Zawinul’s music since the 1970s has involved a mastery of all things electronic. For the past few decades, Joe Zawinul has not even had an acoustic piano on the stage when he performs.
By Larry Blumenfeld

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