“Our city is a raw city with a raw electronic music scene. We collected 15 tracks from local producers and collected them in this benchmark release.”..(read more)
21 original sound works by artists who exhibited at the Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York. Each gallery artist provided a 3-5 minute segment.
Surface écrite des pratiques sonores expérimentales, numéro 119, mars 2019. Format 240 x 300 mm. Un numéro bien fourni de 72 pages !!! Carte blanche pour ce..(read more)
This is the famous Katanga guitar sound, as recorded by Hugh Tracey, based on the traditional likembe lamellaphone music of the various Luba peoples and their n..(read more)
This album with grooves by Cewa, Mang’anja, Tumbuka, and Tonga musicians represents only some of Malawi’s many rich musical cultures. Eight of the fifteen t..(read more)
Music from another world! Magnificent recordings of the traditional musics of the Congo, as found by Hugh Tracey in the 1950s.
“This is some of the best traditional African music ever recorded. The music is the star – of course – then come the wonderful musicians who performed..(read more)
Irresistably groovy music from Zambia. Two trance tracks by the old Leya xylophone master Crispin Mutanuka, three tracks of exquisite Barotse Guitar sound by th..(read more)
The kankobela is the thumb-piano of the Batonga people who live either side of Lake Kariba in Zambia and Zimbabwe. Amazing thing is: the ‘distortion’ you he..(read more)
Seven artists contributed a work with or inspired by bird sounds in some form: Delmore Fx, TriPhaze, Johnny Haway, Indias Indios, Trema, Knifeloop, Urged.