In the ’90s, postman and WFMU DJ Pat Conte published recordigs from a collection of 78 rpm records he’d found in a basement. He curated an impressiv..(read more)
This limited vinyl offers music, sounds and noises from the Arab World: Propaganda music by political groups and clans, psychedelic Arabic Rock from the late 19..(read more)
Scholars, journalists, bloggers and musicians from Bolivia, Pakistan, Nigeria, Switzerland and forty-six other countries discuss artistic expressions that may n..(read more)
Out Of The Absurdity Of Life discusses contemporary movements and trends within globalised music scenes in Europe, Africa, Latin-America, Asia and the US. Journ..(read more)
Great cross-culture group of contemporary improvisors/composers who came up with a joyful and fascinating album!Five musicians, all living in the Netherlands, b..(read more)
Another beautiful album by this multi-culti-band, with again Alexei Levin, Vladimir Volkov and Mola Sylla, and Kaigal-ool Khovalyg as vocalist.
The idea of making a vinyl album with King Ayisoba's best songs came in 2012 when he saw, during his tour with Zea through Europe, people buying vinyl and ..(read more)
The Crying Princess compiles rare Burmese 78rpm records gathered by Robert Millis and Sublime Frequencies co-founder Alan Bishop during various trips to Burma (..(read more)