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Posted May 25, 2018

“Fuchs is at her best when she’s pushing her voice. She sounds great in the less densely produced songs, but when she’s in the thick of a wall of sound, she’s extraordinary. Not many contemporary artists have the voice to survive in this kind of rich, throwback production environment. Fuchs thrives in it ». By Blues Rock.
Release : 18 May 2018
Label : Get Along Records/Membran
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Posted May 17, 2018

On his return to Mali, made in part possible by an Arts Council grant, Dan based himself in Samé, part of the green forested edge of the capital Bamako and the region where his wife was born and raised. Here he met up with some local griot musicians as well as the renowned Malian singer/songwriter Sidi Touré and other musician friends. It was clear from the start that the meeting of some of Bamako’s finest musicians with Dan’s visionary production skills was going to result in something very special and push the boundaries of Malian music.
Release:25 May 2018
Label:Riverboat/World Music Network,UK

Posted April 05, 2018

Hailing from the Croatian capital of Zagreb, the singer/guitarist is part of the next wave of hungry, up-and-coming musicians from all corners of the globe who are diving into the blues with passion and energy.
Release : 16 March 2018
Label : Ruf Records

Posted March 06, 2018

This is the second album the Cuban pianist Omar Sosa has made with the splendid NDR Hamburg radio band – its predecessor was called Ceremony and came out in 2010 – and as before, the arranger is the Brazilian Jacques Morelenbaum. Sosa’s solos are as propulsive and melodic as one would expect, whether at the grand or going electric, but the real icing on the cake is Morelenbaum’s work on the arrangements. The tunes are taken over the range of Sosa’s back catalogue.They range far and wide in terms of manner and mood, and the instrumental delights just keep coming.

Posted February 19, 2018

The new recording by the French jazz composer, artist and writer Raphaël Imbert is called “Music is my Hope” follows his previous CD “Music is my Home” and is released by Jazz Village/PIAS here in France since the end of January, The release was followed by several concerts, including festivals, with more to come in the near future. With his music, Imbert shares an intimate testimony as much as a flamboyant invitation. It takes us to a place where music is at the same time ardent and essential, where it unites protest, prayer, activism, love, the sacred and the profane. By the strength of its live-saving humanity, can make us move and can make us feel closer together.

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Posted April 24, 2018