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  • program June 8, 2017

    Cuts From the Crypt, Part Two: Banning’s Picks

    As work continues on the vast Afropop archive, producer Banning Eyre takes a deep dive and comes up with some gems. On the vinyl front, the focus is on South Africa and Zimbabwe, where the Afropop team collected a good … Read more »

  • blog April 26, 2017

    Your Chance to See Mokoomba with Afropop!

    You are invited to join Afropop for a special evening with the electrifying, continent-spanning Zimbabwean powerhouse group Mokoomba at Subrosa on May 3. Afropop’s Banning Eyre calls Mokoomba “the most impressive band Zimbabwe has produced in recent memory.” Read a … Read more »

  • program December 15, 2016

    Africa Now! 2016 Rocks the Apollo Theater in Harlem

    Every year, the world-famous Apollo Theater and New York’s World Music Institute pack the house for a stellar lineup of established and emerging artists from the African continent. This year was especially impressive. We bring you concert highlights and interviews … Read more »

  • blog September 17, 2016

    Zimbabwe Solidarity at U.N. Gathering

    Followers of Afropop and Zimbabwean political developments likely know about the #ThisFlag movement, which has breathed new life into the forces of change in this great but troubled nation. This coming week, world leaders, including embattled Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe, … Read more »

  • blog June 16, 2015

    Banning Eyre on PRI’s “The World”

    Afropop Senior Editor Banning Eyre appeared on PRI’s The World to talk about his new book, Lion Songs, on the life and music of Thomas Mapfumo, and the accompanying CD of highlights from Mapfumo’s musical career. It’s a project that’s been a … Read more »

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