After a 15-year hiatus from recording and touring, St Germain returns with a new world of nu-jazz, electronic loops, percussive grooves and an emphasis on Malian rhythms.
For over 20 years De La Soul have rocked us with their songs full of inscrutable samplings, whimsically irreverent lyrics, social commentary, light rhythm and laid back rhymes.
Sister of the legendary singer Lata Mangeshwar, Asha Bhosle is one of the best-known and highly regarded Hindi playback singers in India. Her career has spanned seven decades.
The new soul of the Middle East.
There are a range of epithets that can be – and are – applied to the music of Tulegur. ‘Mongolian grunge’ is one; ‘nomad rock’ is another.
Crossing musical barriers, embracing a multitude of diverse styles, variety in instrumentation, and well-cultivated signature sounds, Calexico perform a one-off set.
Way more than your average guitar get-together, masterful Kiwi singer-songwriters Warren Maxwell, Thomas Oliver & Louis Baker combine their musicianship and melodies.
The sum of sizzling American guitar licks and a pulsing Malian groove adds up to Songhoy Blues’ restless desert boogie laced with grit and urgency.
A dynamic alto sax player and strident, outspoken political activitist, Seun now leads his fathers legendary Afrobeat orchestra, Egypt 80.
Armed with a fiddle, acoustic guitar, mandolin, accordion – Spiro constructs layers of sound that combine to produce a truly cinematic aural experience.
Powerful quartet DakhaBrakha experiment with Ukrainian folk music, adding Indian, Arabic, African, Russian and Australian traditional influences.
47Soul uses tripped-out English and Arabic verses to celebrate their call for freedom of movement on dance floors and across border checkpoints.