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Krom Monster
Developed in Phnom Penh workshops 'improvised and electro-acoustic approaches to traditional Cambodian music and instruments' fluently jazz, dub, ambient and techno, and definitely one to check.



Ananda Shankar Ananda Shankar
Kicks off with a moog Jumpin' Jack Flash and doesn't look back. Fine, rooted East-West fusion... plenty of breaks, too. 180g.



Simla Beat 71
Indian beat, garage and psych from the 1971 competition... bands from Shilong, Poona, Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Cuttack and Panjim.



Wax Poetics Issue 49
Latin Issue: Eddie Palmieri, Fania All Stars, Cal Tjader, Harlem River Drive, Joe Arroyo...




Cal Tjader Mamblues
The fiery, 1958, Latin Jazz rug-cutter backed with the 1972, Purdie-propelled, fatback-funk version, from the Fritz The Cat soundtrack.




Bambara Mystic Soul The Raw Sound Of Burkina Faso
Afro-Funk mixed with traditional Islamic rhythms and Afro-Latin sounds spread by visiting Cuban ensembles and most of all the Mandingue melodies and guitar techniques of Mali and Guinea.



Life Is Dance! Plugged-in Sounds Of Wonder At The Pakistani Picture House
Raw Lollywood soundtracks legends like the Ashraf-Akhtar team, and Noor Jehan: 'fuzzy, scuzzy, twang-happy, spaced-out and funked up Urdu-grooves', with melodic harmoniums and finger-numbing percussion.



Bollywood Bloodbath
Hysterical horror-film themes, with India's finest composers Bappi Lahiri, R.D Burman, Sonik Omi, Sapan Jogmohan, Laxmikant Pyarelal revelling in the remit.



Korea Ritual Music For The Royal Ancestors
The Jongmyo Jeryeak is a combination of vocal and instrumental music, with dancing: solemn and majestic ritual music for drums, gongs, bells, chimes, zithers, fiddles, oboes and flutes, in honour of royal ancestors...



Zimbabwe Ndebele Songs
Three singers a cappella, or with rattle and djembe, emulate the beautiful sound of the insingizi rain bird. Traditional, gospel, warrior-chant and political songs.



Group Inerane Guitars From Agadez Vol. 3
'Saharan trance stun guitar... a hypnotic choogle that rivals both the Magic Band's early 70s marathon workouts and the Velvet Underground's drone on tracks like Sister Ray.'



El Rego
Raw Benin soul, from the early-seventies 45s of Theophile Do Rego. Folk rhythms on modern instruments, John Lee Hooker here and Fela there, afro-cuban claves, and straight-up James Brown style funk.