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By Paul Sullivan

“I found myself thinking about Algeria, knowing I’ll never return there to live.”

World Music Features Rachid Taha
Equal parts rock and rai, Rachid Taha is a post-modernist who is keeping his rebellious roots intact. Tekitoi?, his latest album, is his most provocative-and most powerful—to date.
By Paul Sullivan

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Domenico + 2

World Music Features Domenico + 2
Musically competent, innately creative and defiantly adventurous, Domenico + 2 is concerned only with hurling their talents together and stamping new identities onto Brazilian music.
By Paul Sullivan

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World Music Features 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

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World Music Features Gilles Peterson
Gilles Peterson’s influence on the U.K.’s jazz/world dancefloor scene is inestimable. Though jazz and soul have always the mainstays of Gilles’ music policy over the years, he has consistently championed world grooves on the dancefloor too.
By Paul Sullivan

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World Music Features Sergio Mendes
Sergio Mendes was only 19 when he recorded his first album, contributing to the 1960's bossa nova craze. He recently collaborated with a member of the Black-Eyed Peas remaking classic Brazillian songs, almost five decades later.
By Paul Sullivan

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World Music Features Nacao Zumbi: Finding Strength in Culture
Since the early ‘90’s they have been at the epicenter of a musical movement in Recife called Mangue Beat. The movement is characterized by the rhythms of Pernambuco mixed with other influences such as hip-hop, rock, world music, dub and reggae.
By Paul Sullivan

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World Music Features Pernambuco Dreaming
If the ’70s and ’80s were all about Bahia—the picture-postcard beaches, the A-list music stars (Caetano Veloso, Gilbert Gil, Tom Zé)—the ’90s and ’00s have seen the focus shift inexorably to Bahia’s smaller, more unassuming neighbor, Pernambuco.
By Paul Sullivan

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