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Kanaval Vodou, Politics And Revolution On The Streets Of Haiti
Featuring Leah Gordon's fantastic photographs.
With oral histories and various short essays.



Shangaan Electro New Wave Dance Music From South Africa
An astounding compilation of the breakneck Shangaan dance output of the Nozinja studio in Soweto, recorded between 2006 and 2009.



Idrissa Soumaoro Djitoumou
Fine Malian blues, with contributions from Ali Farka Toure.




Segun Bucknor Who Say I Tire
Politically engaged Afro-soul from the start of the 1970s. You'll just have to imagine the 'bare torsos, cowrie shells, shaved heads, and non-stop undulations of the trio of dancers, The Sweet Things'.



Land Of Kush Monogamy
Sensational, potty mixture of Eastern Sounds, psych, free and drone, plus art filth, by this twenty-three piece from Montreal, led by oudist and composer Sam Shalabi. Check it out.



Music From The Outskirts Of Jakarta Gambang Kromong
A dizzying kind of Dixieland gamelan, played on Indonesian, Chinese, and sometimes European-derived instruments.



Mulatu / Dilla / Verocai Timeless
With tremendous ambition, showcasing the music of all three, live with full orchestras. Mulatu versus Phil Ranelin and Bennie Maupin; Dilla featuring Bilal and Dwele; Verocai doing over his 1972 masterpiece.



My Friend Rain
'Dreamy musical segments, fleeting glimpses, odd sounds, temple shrines, decay, death, afternoon rains, and mysterious celebrations... from the Irrawaddy delta to humid nights on the streets of Isan province.'



Koes Plus Dheg Dheg Plas
Beat rockers, psych pop, ballads and freak-outs from Indonesia's answer to The Beatles.



Ethnic Minority Music of Northwest Xinjiang
Traditional Islamic folk music from China, with Arabic, Persian, and Turkish influences: Kazakh, Uyghur, Kirgiz and Mongol Erut musicians on stringed instruments like topchar, komuz, rushtar, rawab, tchang.



The Secret Museum of Mankind Volume 2
Hisham Mayet from Sublime Frequencies lets off another Yazoo.