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  • blog July 15, 2014

    Major Lazer’s Walshy Fire Presents Mixtape From Jesse Royal

    Major Lazer has long since expanded beyond its initial incarnation as an electro-daggering juggernaut, growing into a dependable conduit for a slow but steady stream of up-and-coming reggae musicians. “Royally Speaking,” the new mix from the group’s Walshy Fire, doesn’t break … Read more »

  • blog July 1, 2014

    World Cup Brazil Mixtape Roundup

    As you may or may not have noticed there is currently a rather important soccer tournament currently underway. And, going a bit deeper, you may also have heard talk that it is taking place in Brazil. Both of these things … Read more »

  • blog July 1, 2014

    Afropop Album Premiere: Zvuloon Dub System’s Anbessa Dub

    Zvuloon Dub System, based in Tel Aviv, Israel, is far more than a typical dub reggae band: These musicians draw musical and cultural inspiration not only from the mythical ancestral homeland, “Ethiopia,” of Jamaican Rastafarianism, but from the actual geographic … Read more »

  • blog June 16, 2014

    Afropop’s Summer 2014 Concert Guide

    ALL FREE Afropop’s Summer 2014 Concert Guide 6/14 3pm Roberto Roena / La Mecánica Popular / “Little” Louie Vega (SummerStage) 6/15 6pm Black Coffee Live / DJ Spoko (SummerStage) 6/22 7pm Buika / Marques Toliver (SummerStage) 6/25 6:30pm Ricardo Lemvo … Read more »

  • interview June 5, 2014

    A Talk With Rachel Chanoff, Artistic Director for Celebrate Brooklyn!

    As a part of our annual summer concert preview, Afropop’s founder Sean Barlow spoke with Rachel Chanoff, the artistic director of the Celebrate Brooklyn! summer concert series.  Sean Barlow: How long have you been working with Celebrate Brooklyn?  Rachel Chanoff: … Read more »

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