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The Pierced Heart And The Machete Olivia Wyatt
Vivid, unflinching film of two annual Haitian Vodou pilgrimages for Ezili Danto, goddess of love, art and passion, and her old man Ogoun, god of war, iron, healing. Ecstatic, bloody, intensely musical.



Pop Yeh Yeh Psychedelic Rock From Singapore And Malaysia, 1964-1970, Vol. 1
Twenty-six nuggets, presented with gorgeous three-panel artwork, and two forty-page booklets with extensive notes, lyrics in English, bios and rare photos, including many from the artists' own collections.




Radio Java
Dangdut, keroncong, jaipongan, rock, pop, disco, as well as theatre, commercials, DJs, news snippets, and other broadcast bits and pieces.



Radio Myanmar (Burma)
Assorted strange and beautiful pop, folk, and classical music styles intercut with bits of broadcast staples like synth ballads, hip-hop jingles, and internationally popular songs re-recorded in Burmese.



Radio Niger
Pop, pissed-up sages, shout-outs to the missus, comedy skits intercut with Zarma string-playing, Denke-denke mollo from Burkina Faso, Malian kora, the Koran, Bori folk, Tuareg guitar, bits of BBC news...



Radio Sumatra The Indonesian FM Experience
From 2004: dangdut, melayu, gambus, punk, rap, psych, Islamic folk, you name it; with snatches of news, karaoke call-ins, ads, prayers and US-style station-IDs.



Rajasthan Street Music
Folk, devotional, orchestral and freely informal music from western India. 'The most important criteria for recording these musicians in their homes (or on the streets) was the beauty and raw power in their music.'



Saigon Rock And Soul Vietnamese Classic Tracks 1968-1974
'Every song is a mini-masterpiece, be it heavy acid rock psychedelia, horn and guitar drenched funk grooves, or gripping soul ballads reflective of life during wartime.'



Scattered Melodies Korean Kayagum Sanjo
The kayagum is a kind of smaller version of the Japanese koto. Stark and haunting, kayagum sanjo employs a gradually increasing tempo, focussed improvisation, elastic rhythms, intense snaps and vibrato.



Omar Souleyman Highway To Hassake: Folk And Pop Sounds Of Syria
Drawn from the hundreds of Souleyman cassettes released since 1994, this is Dabke delirious, invigorating party music, churning every Arabic style into rough and ready electronics and drums.



Omar Souleyman Dabke 2020
Jacking synths and electrified bouzouk, from the last decade, the north-east of Syria: 'one of a kind Dabke party tunes, regional Atabat-styled crooners, and unbelievable Iraqi party jams.'



Omar Souleyman Jazeera Nights: Folk And Pop Sounds Of Syria
Representing fifteen years worth of live recordings, rife with frenzied Syrian dabke, Iraqi choubi and the mix of Arabic, Kurdish and Turkish styles unique to northeastern Syria.



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.



Staring Into The Sun
Unflinching yet freewheeling and wildly poetic, Olivia Wyatt's visually stunning film of thirteen Ethiopian tribes, complemented by a 136-page book of Polaroids and a CD of field recordings.



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