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Joni Haastrup Wake Up Your Mind
Ace, cosmic Afro-disco — his 1978 solo recording for Afrodesia. Gatefold vinyl from Hot Casa.



Question Mark
Freaking, fuzzed-out Afro-rock from Kenya, 1974.




Theo Parrish, Burnt Friedman Meet Mancingelani And Zinja Hlungwani
TP's is an uglier-than-ugly edit, with no let-up for thirteen minutes, layered and shot with synth washes, bleeps and alarms, galloping drums, clattering percussion; Burnt's mix is more chilled, lithe, dubwise.



MonoMono Give The Beggar A Chance
Two reissues of rocking Nigerian Afro-funk, co-presented with Tim Love Lee's trojan Tummy Touch label. Yes, Tim!



MonoMono Dawn Of Awareness
Engaged and spiritual Yoruban blues-rock from Joni Haastrup’s band in 1974.




Sato Kunitaka Wandering Shadow Of Southern Streets
Blind travelling musician with a voice as intensely haunted and elemental as Charley Patton — not standard Okinawa fare at all — accompanying himself on sanshin (southern shamisen) and tategoto (upright koto).



Amira Amulette
Spellbinding, lovesick ballads and blues— traditional sevdah songs from Bosnia, also Macedonia and Kosovo, deftly jazzed-up.



Corsica Anthology Of Profane Songs And Music
Fifty 2011 recordings of voice — polyphonic paghjella, lullabies, laments, orations — and traditional instruments like goat horn, pirula flute and cialamedda bagpipes, and modern violin, mandolin, accordion.




Los Destellos Constelacion
Classic but questing Peruvian cumbia from Enrique Delgado's outfit, originally released in 1971. Twisting, glittering party music, steeped in surf, psych and Latin American roots.



Guelewar Halleli N'Dakarou
Heady, grooving, moog-driven, next-level mbalax from Gambia. Recordings of the legendary twelve-piece live in a Senegalese nightclub in 1982, out here for the first time.



Omar Souleyman Haflat Gharbia (The Western Concerts)
Hot Syrian dabke — highlights from trail-blazing tours between 2009 and 2011. Clear, dynamic recordings; tearing performances, as anyone who went along will testify. Tufnell Park was a sozzled blinder.