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Fulu Miziki releases full punk energy in N’Djila Wa Mudujimu
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Fulu Miziki releases full punk energy in N'Djila Wa Mudujimu

The Kinshasa-born band is back with their slum-crafted instruments in a new album, which encapsulates their innovative sounds: punk, electronic, industrial and soukous-inspired, all at once. Fulu Miziki came to life in Kinshasa underground scene […]

PAM Club: Love In The Endz, for the love of the neighbourhood
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PAM Club: Love In The Endz, for the love of the neighbourhood

Endz delivers an advanced PAM Club, which acts as a real encyclopedia for the global beat underground sound they have conceived and which they represent today.

5 albums to discover this week
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5 albums to discover this week

This week, an invitation to dance over jerky kuduro-inspired rhythm, an abrasive and sensual record, some modern take on the lulanga, seven minutes of Afrofusion and some hybrid funk.

“Tension Hot-Shot”: proto Afro-house single pulled out from oblivion
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“Tension Hot‑Shot”: proto Afro‑house single pulled out from oblivion

Tension Hot-Shot, the EP of the late Martiniquan artist, Amédée Ô Suriam, is being reissued. A chance to rediscover his one-of-kind aesthetic in the single of the same name premiered today. Before his death in […]

95 years of music revisited in Gallo Vault Sessions
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95 years of music revisited in Gallo Vault Sessions

South African label Gallo Music launches a new six-part series about African musical history. From the 1930s to present day, to explore the stories behind their massive catalogue.  To celebrate its 95th anniversary, South African […]

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Children at the center of Mariage, Wau Wau Collectif’s second album
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Children at the center of Mariage, Wau Wau Collectif’s second album

The unclassifiable union between Swedish producer Karl Jonas Winqvist and musicians from the Toubab Dialaw village in Senegal returns with a second album which expands on the theme explored in their debut. After a chance […]

Tuareg’s call for resistance in Tinariwen’s first release
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Tuareg’s call for resistance in Tinariwen’s first release

The well known band Tinariwen offers a reissue of their first album Kel Tinariwen, initially released on cassette in 1991 and produced by Keltoum Sennhauser. The Malian band Tinariwen, needs no introduction, yet some of […]

5 albums to discover this week
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5 albums to discover this week

This week, an invitation to dance over jerky kuduro-inspired rhythm, an abrasive and sensual record, some modern take on the lulanga, seven minutes of Afrofusion and some hybrid funk.

Orkos: 70s cassette of Egyptian vocalist Maha resurfaces
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Orkos : 70s cassette of Egyptian vocalist Maha resurfaces

Habibi Funk unearthed yet another lost gem, this time pertaining to Salah Ragab’s Cairo Jazz Band vocalist Maha. Orkos, recorded in Cairo in 1979 combines jazz and Egyptian vocal traditions with funk, latin and soul. […]

PAM Club: Selecta DeSha builds bridges over the Atlantic
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PAM Club: Selecta DeSha builds bridges over the Atlantic

French DJ Selectra DeSha to offer us a summer trip full of Brazilian delicacies, Afrobeats hits, hot shatta, nonchalant amapiano and Afro-house gems to enjoy on a drive with friends! With one foot in Martinique […]

Zène’T Panon’s Tamil imbued maloya
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Zène’T Panon’s Tamil imbued maloya

Reunionese band Zène’T Panon is about to release ZÈNE’T PANON: Maloya Malbar, a modern maloya album imbued with Tamil influences.