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  • blog June 3, 2015

    Mystical Shit: An Interview With Nico Saba of Kanaku y El Tigre

    Nico Saba and Bruno Bellatín are Kanaku y El Tigre, a Lima-based indie-folk duo about to put out their first album for international release (on Strut and Tiger’s Milk, available June 15). In comparison to their folksy, Lima-rooted debut, Quema Quema … Read more »

  • interview June 30, 2014

    Kicking Music Scenes in Brazil: Mais Um Discos’ Lewis Robinson

    For our program, “Party and Dissent: World Cup Brazil 2014,” we spoke with Lewis Robinson, founder of Mais Um Discos, a label devoted to the creative, experimental and underground side of Brazilian music. Mais Um Discos has just put out … Read more »

  • blog June 25, 2014

    Featured Artists: Party and Dissent–World Cup Brazil 2014

    In Party and Dissent: World Cup Brazil 2014, we take you on a tour through Brazil’s many fantastic regional scenes–checking out new baile funk styles, and looking at some of the country’s top female MCs and experimental artists. Since there … Read more »

  • feature June 4, 2014

    Afropop’s Summer Festival Roundup

    As part of our Summer Concert Preview, we’ve pulled together a list of the best Afropop friendly concerts going down across the country. So if one of these is near you? Consider making the trip, and you’re likely to catch … Read more »

  • review March 20, 2014

    Caetano Veloso – Abraçaço

    It is always refreshing to witness a well-respected artist of an older generation maintain  relevancy. Too often, we are presented with a barrage of reissues and throwbacks to former glory, the audience forced to rely on the memory of greatness, … Read more »

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