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Asha Bhosle
The queen of India's "playback" singers may just be the most recorded artist in the world. A rare interview with a Bollywood legend.
Style: Bollywood
By Habiba Noor

“Both klezmer and bluegrass have that mixture of laughter and tears.”

Klezmer Mountain Boys
Eastern European klezmer and American bluegrass would seem to have little in common. The Klezmer Mountain Boys demonstrate that the two can get along quite well together.
Style: Klezmer
By Marty Lipp

Everton Blender
Jamaican singer Everton Blender’s rich vocal resonance is reminiscent of both legendary American soul crooners and such reggae luminaries as Dennis Brown, John Holt and Ken Boothe. On his latest release, Everton Blender takes reggae back to its roots.
Style: Reggae
By Patricia Meschino

Siouxsie Sioux

The Creatures
Former Banshees singer Siouxsie Sioux and drummer Budgie have secured a second career for themselves as the Creatures. On Hai!, they’ve incorporated the rhythmic thrust of Japanese Taiko and Kodo drummers for some truly exhilarating new sounds
Style: Taiko drumming
By Michael Heatley

Samite

Ugandan expatriate Samite turns personal grief into soulful, introspective music on Tunula Eno, his newest album.


Style: Afropop
By Jeff Tamarkin

Shujaat Husain Khan
Shujaat Husain Khan, both on his own and as one-half of Ghazal, brings innovation to the Indian classical tradition.
Style: Indian classical
By Derek Beres

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