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    Crystal Viper – Queen of the Witches (2017) FLAC
    Flac (image | log | cue | scans) | Heavy Metal / Female Vocal | 00:43:43 | 1CD | 354 Mb

    01. The Witch Is Back
    02. I Fear No Evil
    03. When the Sun Goes Down
    04. Trapped Behind
    05. Do or Die
    06. Burn My Fire Burn
    07. Flames and Blood
    08. We Will Make It Last Forever
    09. Rise of the Witch Queen
    10. See You in Hell (Grim Reaper Cover) (Bonus Track)
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    Dreamboats & Petticoats – 10th Anniversary Collection – 2016, FLAC
    FLAC, Lossless | Pop, Doo Wop, Rockabilly, RnB | 1,33 Gb

    Our website offers publication Dreamboats & Petticoats – 10th Anniversary Collectio available for acquaintance of listening and acquisition. In celebration, 10th Anniversary contains the very best from this golden era. Split across 4CDs each themed; The Rock n Roll Years, High School Dance, Love is All Around and Songs for the Stage this collection will containing 100 all-time classics from popular well known artists.

    Track List:

    01. Chubby Checker – The Twist 02:36
    02. Eddie Cochran – C'mon Everybody 01:55
    03. Buddy Holly – Peggy Sue 02:29
    04. Tommy Roe – Sheila 02:04
    05. Chuck Berry – No Particular Place To Go 02:42
    06. Jerry Lee Lewis – Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On 02:52
    07. Jimmy Jones – Handyman 01:59
    08. Connie Francis – Stupid Cupid 02:15
    09. Little Eva – Let's Turkey Trot 02:29
    10. The Shadows – Foot Tapper 02:32
    11. Mark Wynter – Venus In Blue Jeans 02:10
    12. Little Richard – The Girl Can't Help It 02:31
    13. Bill Haley & His Comets – Shake Rattle And Roll 02:29
    14. The Everly Brothers – Bye Bye Love 02:22
    15. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates – I'll Never Get Over You 02:06
    16. The Tornados – Telstar 03:19
    17. Lonnie Donegan – Rock Island Line 03:20
    18. Duane Eddy – Shazam 01:50
    19. Jet Harris & Tony Meehan – Diamonds 02:25
    20. Jean Vincent – Be Bop A Lula 02:35
    21. Johnny Burnette – You're Sixteen 01:57
    22. The Coasters – Poison Ivy 02:43
    23. The Beach Boys – Fun Fun Fun 02:17
    24. The Big Bopper – Chantily Lace 02:21
    25. The Marcels – Blue Moon 02:17
    26. Cliff Richard & The Shadows – The Young Ones 03:11
    27. Billy Fury – I'd Never Find Another You 02:36
    28. Eden Kane – Well I Ask You 02:15
    29. Ricky Nelson – Hello Mary Lou 02:18
    30. Bobby Vee – The Night Has A Thousand Eyes 02:35
    31. Dave Berry – Little Things 02:24
    32. Helen Shapiro – Walkin' Back To Happiness 02:31
    33. Kathy Kirby – Dance On 02:28
    34. The Springfields – Island Of Dreams 02:37
    35. Brian Hyland – Warmed Over Kisses 02:20
    36. Neil Sedaka – Breaking Up Is Hard To Do 02:15
    37. Kenny Lynch – Up On The Roof 02:35
    38. Bobby Darin – If I Were A Carpenter 02:22
    39. The Four Seasons – Walk Like A Man 02:16
    40. Craig Douglas – Pretty Blue Eyes 02:10
    41. Del Shannon – The Swiss Maid 02:08
    42. Bobby Vinton – Blue Velvet 02:48
    43. Adam Faith – What Do You Want 01:37
    44. The Brook Brothers – Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week 01:59
    45. The Chiffons – Sweet Talkin' Guy 02:26
    46. The Shirelles – Mama Said 02:08
    47. Mike Sarne & Wendy Richard – Come Outside 02:52
    48. Tommy Steele – Little White Bull 03:43
    49. Floyd Cramer – On The Rebound 02:07
    50. Terry Stafford – Suspicion 02:32
    51. The Troggs – Love Is All Around 02:59
    52. Chris Montez – The More I See You 02:40
    53. Brenda Lee – As Usual 02:36
    54. Lesley Gore – Maybe I Know 02:37
    55. Crispian St Peters – You Were On My Mind 02:43
    56. Joe Brown & The Bruvvers – That's What Love Will Do 02:23
    57. Marty Wilde – Sea Of Love 02:26
    58. The Searchers – Sweets For My Sweet 02:28
    59. Johnny Ray – Just Walkin' In The Rain 02:38
    60. The Platters – Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 02:39
    61. Dusty Springfield – You Don't Have To Say You Love Me 02:48
    62. Doris Day – Move Over Darling 02:39
    63. Skeeta Davis – The End Of The World 02:37
    64. Jane Morgan – The Day The Rains Came 02:57
    65. Ruby & The Romantics – Our Day Will Come 02:32
    66. Paul & Paula – Hey Paula 02:29
    67. Petula Clark – I Couldn't Live Without Your Love 02:54
    68. Emile Forde & The Checkmates – On A Slow Boat To China 02:33
    69. Michael Holliday – The Story Of My Life 02:14
    70. Paul Anka – Put Your Head On My Shoulder 02:35
    71. The Kalin Twins – When 02:25
    72. Johnny Leyton – Johnny Remember Me 02:39
    73. Matt Monro – Walk Away 03:06
    74. The Cascades – Rhythm Of The Rain 02:32
    75. Tab Hunter – Young Love 02:18
    76. Chris Montez – Let's Dance 02:28
    77. Dion -The Wanderer 02:43
    78. The Teddy Bears – To Know Him Is To Love Him 02:23
    79. Jimmy Jones – Good Timin' 02:01
    80. Daisy Wood Davis – Dream Baby Dream 02:09
    81. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates – Shakin' All Over 02:21
    82. Susan Maughan – Bobby's Girl 02:34
    83. Del Shannon -Little Town Flirt 02:48
    84. Brenda Lee – Sweet Nothin's 02:22
    85. Del Shannon – Runaway 02:15
    86. Connie Francis – Who's Sorry Now 02:18
    87. Johnny Tillotson – Poetry In Motion 02:30
    88. Conway Twitty – It's Only Make Believe 02:13
    89. Cliff Richard & The Shadows – Do You Wanna Dance 02:14
    90. Bobby Darin -Dream Lover 02:32
    91. The Platters – Great Pretender 02:39
    92. Roy Orbison – Only The Lonely 02:27
    93. Marty Wilde – A Teenager In Love 02:20
    94. Dion – Runaround Sue 02:38
    95. Helen Shapiro – You Don't Know Me 02:40
    96. The Everly Brothers – Let It Be Me 02:35
    97. Chubby Checker – Let's Twist Again 02:18
    98. Danny And The Juniors – At The Hop 02:31
    99. Bobby & The Conquests – Crying Time Again 02:32
    100. Jason Donovan – Dreamboats And Petticoats 02:46
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    VA – Magic Island Of Lounge Vol 2 (Life Is A Journey) (2015)
    Magic Island Of Lounge Vol 2 (Life Is A Journey) | 2015 | Drizzly Music
    Downtempo, Lounge, ChillOut | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:53:30 | 262 MB

    01. Mirage Of Deep. Candela Ghelfi – Heroes (03:41)
    02. Stuce The Sketch. Kwambo – Yasikitisha (04:33)
    03. Simon Le Grec – U Don't Know Me – Chillout Mix Edit (04:36)
    04. Weathertunes – Flowing Movement (04:29)
    05. Puch – Playground (04:57)
    06. Stuce The Sketch. Kim – Chillin' (03:19)
    07. Martinique le Souffleur – El Guapo (04:59)
    08. Michael E. – Shaman (03:52)
    09. Project Blue Sun – The Essence of Life (05:44)
    10. Mathieu. Florzinho – EchoTales (04:36)
    11. Vivian Lacoste – Clair Del Mar (05:25)
    12. Anthya – Green Paradise (05:19)
    13. 351 Lake Shore Drive – Rising Stars (04:27)
    14. Claude Chagall – Sunset Buddha (05:33)
    15. Project Blue Sun – Dame Tu Amor (06:18)
    16. Ethnic Colours – From Here to Eternity (03:34)
    17. Florent Campana – Golden Hour (02:53)
    18. Euphonic Traveller – Le Ciel De Paris – Pier-O Pont Des Arts Mix (03:55)
    19. Michael E. – Welcome (04:38)
    20. Dreamweavers – Dream of the Falcon (08:53)
    21. Puch – To Live Without You (04:00)
    22. Voice of Fractals – Strings of Heart (03:20)
    23. Living Room – Fresh Air (04:52)
    24. lalaz – Interlude 1 (01:33)
    25. Steven Sorveig – Answers (03:51)
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    VA – Jazz My Life (2016)
    Jazz My Life | 2016 | Everlasting Sensation
    Nu Jazz,Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:41:58 | 237 MB

    01. Urban Beyer – Take Five (Trumpet & Piano Duo-Jazz Version) (05:03)
    02. Musik For The Kitchen – Smoke on the Water (03:38)
    03. Pienenu Vins – Pour Toi (Remastered) (04:02)
    04. Horst Grabosch Quintett – Changing the Bars (07:15)
    05. Swing Kabarett Revue – Haben Sie den neuen Hut von Fraulein Molly schon gesehn (03:23)
    06. Music Train Quintet – O Claro Ceu De Coimbra (08:22)
    07. Yesnut – Bloody Moon (02:35)
    08. Stefan Tretau – Sun Soul Supreme (04:24)
    09. Art Spike Schloemer – Indie Dance (05:50)
    10. Gregory Gaynair Trio – A Walk Through Town (06:41)
    11. Konglomerat – Slow and Lazy (03:33)
    12. Gianni Gandi – Drink Different (03:38)
    13. Piet Gorecki – Same Old Story / Escape (Quartett Version) (06:10)
    14. Steve Cathedral Group – Who Cares About Valentine (06:30)
    15. Tibor Barkoczy – Don't Go Away (05:05)
    16. Es – Almost Easter (01:19)
    17. Falk Bonitz – Orphalese (04:23)
    18. Nicola Babetto – Lovers' Wine (04:40)
    19. Dina – All We Have (Flying Voice Remix) (03:37)
    20. Metroverve – Cosmic Lounge (Beat Club Mix) (04:36)
    21. The Platin Sound – Lazy Chicken (04:07)
    22. Jose Rodriguez – New York, New York (Live) (02:57)
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    The Poozies Жанр : Celtic, Contemporary Folk Год выпуска диска : 1993-2015 Страна : 1990-, United Kingdom Аудио кодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 06:34:13 Albums: 01.

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    Mike Lowry • Hell Of A Life Жанр : Country Rock Страна : USA (Atlanta, GA) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:50:30 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет 01.

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    New reggae by Mellow Mark and Meta & The Cornerstones; from Boricua roots to samba-soul; old and new Zimbabwean international music stars; modern Afrobeat from the Americas: Sao Paulo, Austin, Los Angeles and Ottawa

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    Danny Barnes • Stove Up Жанр : Country/Bluegrass Страна : USA (Port Hadlock, WA) Год издания : 2017 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : 320 kbps Продолжительность : 00:48:23 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет 01.

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    Dona Ivone Lara Alegria Minha Gente (Serra dos meus sonhos dourados) Warner 1982 (WEA BR 20.077) Reissue 2001 Warner Archives 1 Roda de samba pra salvador  (Ivone Lara) 2 Prea comeu   (Ivone Lara) 3 O samba não pode parar  (Paulo George, Fabrício do Império) 4 Lamento do negro  (Ivone Lara, Délcio Carvalho) 5 Nasci para sonhar e cantar  (Ivone Lara, Delcio Carvalho) 6 Sambas de terreiro ( prazer da serrinha )  (Carlinhos Bentevi, Manula, Paco, Antenor Bexiga, Mestre Fuleiro, D. … Continue reading

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    Charlie SepulvedaWhat’s the best way to pay tribute to an artist that has made a massive impact upon your career, artistry, and craft? It’s a tough question to answer with any precision; there’s actually plenty of answers, but many of them fall short. They say that imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, but copying an artist directly opposes the aesthetics of jazz. Carrying on someone’s legacy through stories and dedications keeps them in our attention, but the focus often becomes the person, not the music they made. Creating something completely original and then dedicating it to a mentor serves as a nice tribute, but it’s often too detached and sometimes self-serving. The trick is to find that delicate balance between recognizing an influence, creating something new based upon that influence,…

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    …and then connecting it back to the influence in an authentic way. That’s a tall order for any artist, that requires artistic maturity, deep reflection, and rich experience. Trumpet player Charlie Sepulveda brings all those elements to his music, and uses them smartly to honor one of his main influences on Mr. EP: A Tribute to Eddie Palmieri.

    Several tracks on the album pay tribute directly to Palmieri, with the pianist performing in many cases. The album is bookended by two solo pieces performed by Palmieri, “Variations On A Theme 1” and “Variations On A Theme 2.” While short, both of these pieces capture the essence of Palmieri’s music in its most raw and exposed state. Sometimes harsh and dissonant, other times lush and beautiful, these are timeless snapshots of a master expressing himself on his instrument in a very transparent way. A solo bass line opens into an engagingly angular melody on the Palmieri penned “Charlie’s Whole Tone Blues.” Sepulveda, saxophonist Norberto Ortiz, and bass player Gabriel Rodriguez dig into their improvisations, each taking their own approach to the funky clave driven groove and song’s blues basis. Palmieri plays with tension throughout his solo, forcing dissonances and syncopations into the chord changes before falling into a groovy montuno for conguero Gadwin Vargas’ solo. The group sets up a laid-back cha cha cha on “Mr. EP,” creating a foundation for a rhythmic melody framed by unison band kicks. Ortiz takes his time developing a memorable idea into a series of aggressive runs, leading into Sepulveda’s statement, which comes alive through a combination of bluesy phrases, placed expertly on the groove. Pianist Bienvenido Dinzey combines running lines, triplet figures, and pieces of montuno, leading directly into an attention grabbing solo from Rodriguez, nicely mixing chops and soul. Palmieri’s presence is very evident throughout the album, and these tracks highlight his influence upon Sepulveda. — latinjazzcorner

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  • 03/08/17--20:22: Fresh Cuts, Vol. 4
  • This is the fourth feature in a series we’re calling “Fresh Cuts.” It’s a selection of newly released tracks and videos from across Africa and the diaspora, featuring established and up-and-coming artists and everything in between. Today we’ve got, among other things, rhymes and beats from London, Brooklyn, the Netherlands and Haiti, some haunting electro-folk from Cuba and Tunisia, and an all-female band from Sudan fighting for women’s rights.

    Head to the bottom of the page to listen to our YouTube and Spotify playlists of this music–but be mindful that these won’t include every song listed here due to the variety of platforms artists are using to share their music. And, in case you missed them, also check out “Fresh Cuts” Vol. One, Two and Three. Enjoy!

    Oddisee: “Like Really”

    Let’s kick it off with one of the best rappers in the game right now. Oddisee is a fiercely independent, potent wordsmith who offers lucid commentary on the world he inhabits. On top of that, he’s also got deep skills in the production realm, churning out finely crafted, richly textured, soul-thumping beats. He’s based in Brooklyn these days but came up in the D.C. suburbs with a Sudanese father and African-American mother, a childhood that often gets woven into his songs, either in subject matter or in the threads of old Sudanese pop and folk that add depth to his productions. Spin Oddisee’s instrumentals like The Odd Tape when you want a luminous, vivid soundtrack to a dream world or tune into his lyrics for some fluid wit. This track, like some of his others, offers incisive critiques of contradictions and blindness in the political sphere and the hamster wheel of the corporate music industry. For more of Oddisee, check out his recent album, The Iceberg, and 2016’s Alwasta.

    Little Simz: “Picture Perfect”

    Little Simz is on top. Simz, A.K.A. Simbi Ajikawo, is a London-based rapper with Nigerian roots. Her rap game’s a mere six years old, but it is consistently on point. Her lyrics are savvy, her beats are deep, warm and moving, and her attitude is both vulnerable and powerful. In 2016, she released the pure gold Stillness in Wonderland, a record that’s something of a concept album, drawing influence from Alice in Wonderland and her encounters with the madness of the music industry. The album is accompanied by a short film of the same name. Also, check out her recent Tiny Desk Concert at NPR.

    MHD: “Afro Trap Part.8 (Never)”

    Mohamed Sylla A.K.A. MHD is a French rapper with roots in Guinea and Senegal, and is huge in both of those countries. His rhymes, particularly his “Afro Trap” series, of which this is the eighth, rack up millions of views on YouTube and are a good barometer of the sound of popular Afro-European hip-hop these days. We heard from MHD before, in the first edition of Fresh Cuts.

    Jairzinho ft. Sevn Alias, BKO & Boef: “Tempo”

    The Dutch hip-hop scene has not gotten much airtime here at Afropop, but clearly it deserves some recognition. Here’s Jairzinho, a rapper based in the Netherlands, born in Suriname and carrying the name of a Brazilian footballer. The Netherlands is home to many Surinamese (Suriname being a former Dutch colony), and Surinamese musical styles and languages make their mark on the music scene, though this track has a fair dose of cosmopolitan Afrobeats sound. While you’re at it, check out our rebroadcast of a program all about Suriname and the Guyanas.

    Denzel White: “Get To You”

    While we’re thinking about Suriname, let’s hop over a country to Guyana. Denzel White is a Guyanese singer living in New York City and brings his smooth crooning to this sultry track. He sings with respect: “It’s something about your smile/Your style and grace/You’re more than just a body and pretty face.”

    Sammany: “Min Zaman”

    Sudan’s on the mind these days. Like Oddisee, Sammany Hajo has roots in Sudan but lives abroad, in his case, Doha, Qatar. From this emerging Middle Eastern financial capital fed by oil money, this young musician is making some exceptional music. Besides being a talented producer, crafting slick, soulful downbeat grooves laced with old-school Sudanese pop, he’s also an excellent pianist. We highly suggest heading to  Soundcloud to listen to his whole album, Suitcase, which is a great piece of work all the way through. Other recommended tracks: “Wain Enta” and “Ya Watani.” Shout out to Sudanese website Andariya for shining the light.

    Michael Brun with Lakou Mizik ft. J. Perry: “Gaya”

    Straight from Haiti, here’s a radiant, multigenerational collaboration of young DJ and producer star Michael Brun and the phenomenal Lakou Mizik. These Haitian luminaries blend contemporary dance beats, traditional rara music and compas into a dance track that can transcend boundaries. We’ve heard from both Brun and Lakou Mizik, at an event last year celebrating the Arts Institute in Jacmel, Haiti, where Brun studied and whose students produced a video for his hit song, “Wherever I Go”. Lakou Mizik also released an excellent album in 2016, titled Wa Di Yo.

    Serge Beynaud: “Akrakabo”

    If you happen to be standing in a precarious location or are performing surgery, etc. you might want to hold off playing this song. Ivoirian singer Serge Beynaud turns up the heat all the way on this fire coupé decalé track–you will not be able to keep yourself still. The (unembeddable) music video  is a trip too, with Beynaud rolling up to a horse race, on which he places a winning bet against a man dressed something like Saudi nobility.

    Skip Marley: “Lions”

    Skip, of the expansive, famed Marley family, is a grandson of Bob. He takes the family’s signature political outspokenness in a different musical direction in this song, adopting a grand, EDM sound to accompany his lyrics. He sings proudly of a young generation of activists, “We are the lions…We are the movement, this generation, you better know who we are.” Footage of recent protests are the backdrop for his defiant lyrics in this video.

    Jidenna: “Bambi”

    Jidenna, a rising Nigerian-American singer/rapper, has been on a roll recently, from his breakout hit “Classic Man” to collaboration with Janelle Monaé to his recent Afrobeats-flavored release, “Little Bit More.” He’s at it again, this time with a full-length record that is brimming with hits. Here we’ve got “Bambi,” a track with a singular sound, painting a compelling, catchy sound with a trap beat layered over suave crooning, nostalgic harmonies and what sounds like samples of ‘60s West African highlife or jazz. That clash of vibes comes out in the lyrics too, in which Jidenna sings, yearning for his love, Bambi, who left him because he wasn’t faithful. If you peruse the Genius page for this song, the impression is that he’s placing responsibility for his infidelity on heredity: “If grandfather never had seven wives/Then darling you would be love of my life/Oh Bambi it’s my design.” Both his grandfather and father were Igbo chiefs, and he pays homage to them with the name of his recent album: The Chief.

    Poirier ft. Fwonte: “Pale Mal”

    Montreal’s Ghislain Poirier, often known as just Poirier, teamed up with Haitian rapper Fwonte for this sunny track with reggae vibes. Over that jolly, upbeat instrumental, Fwonte delivers his verses in Creole hating on the haters who talk behind your back–“Pale Mal” means “bad talk.” The track’s from a 2016 album, but it was recently remixed by two producers, which you can find here.

    Ibibio Sound Machine: “Give Me a Reason”

    You got to love this sound. It sits somewhere between Nigerian disco, modern electro-pop and the arty, funky sounds of ‘80s new wave bands like the Tom Tom Club. Fronted by London-born, Nigerian singer Eno Williams, Ibibio Sound Machine makes some very unique, solidly grooving music. In their words, “Weird and wonderful folk stories, recounted to Eno by her family as a child in her mother’s Ibibio tongue, form the creative fabric from which the band’s unique musical tapestry is woven. [It’s] evocative Nigerian poetic imagery set against an edgy Afro-electro soundscape.” You can get their new album, Uyai, here.

    Dogo: “Von Na Agbeto”

    Dogo from Togo! Hailing from the capital of Lomé, Dogo is an experienced musician, having played with bands in his home city, as well as in Washington, D.C. These days, he’s spending more time in Togo and recently put out this lovely track. He offers an interesting history of the music: “The song is based on the simpa rhythm played in the northern part of Togo by the Tem people. Simpa originated from the Sierra Leone’s gumbe (brought by freed slaves who relocated during the 18th century from Jamaica). Gumbe [then] traveled to Ghana, mixed with highlife to create the Ghana simpa…The Ghana simpa traveled to Togo…The Togolese simpa usually goes slow and becomes fast at the end. Dogo decided to keep it slow and acoustic all the way with this song.”

    Salute Yal Bannot: “Stop”

    Also from Sudan, we’ve got Salute Yal Bannot with a message of defiance and authority: “Stop!/Don’t touch me/Don’t cut my wings away.” They’re a stellar group of 11 women based in Khartoum who employ their powerful voices to advocate for women’s rights in English, Sudanese Arabic and standard Arabic. The four instrumentalists back seven singers, rapping, harmonizing and sharing solos, singing about war, love, misogyny, FGM (female genital mutilation), empowerment and respect. One member, Hiba Alaeldin Elgizouli, says, “We hope people everywhere are listening to what we are saying. We want to make a change. We are not just singing.” You can keep up with Salute Yal Bannot, whose name means “respect the girls,” here and check out an earlier hit song, “African Girl,” here.

    Hejira: “I Don’t Belong to Anyone”

    Hejira, not to be confused with a Baltimore metal band of the same name, nor Joni Mitchell’s album of the same name, is a creative, genre-hopping group out of London. In 2016, singer and bassist Rahel Debebe-Dessalegne spent a month traveling around Ethiopia, getting to know a country where she has deep roots–the last time she was there was for her father’s funeral in 2012. The band joined her for a spell and put together a short EP as a kind of reflection on that trip. This track is on that EP, The Lima Limo Ceremony. It’s a spare, hard-hitting groove with Debebe-Dessalegne’s defiant, crystalline vocals on top, singing, “I don’t belong to anyone/You don’t belong to anyone/I don’t belong to anyone/Even to myself.” The video seems to traverse her story: images of Ethiopia–cattle walking up foggy mountain roads, shoulder-shaking gurage dance–flashback photos from youth and Rahel herself decked out in elaborate, Ethiopian-inspired dress with platform shoes. Keep an ear out for sounds to come.

    Vaz: “Who You”

    Bringing you these soaring Swedish electropop sounds is Vaz, or rather, Jenny and Cecilia Vaz. They’re two sisters from Sweden with roots in Cape Verde who, in their words, “mix traditional African drums with electronic beats and multi-dimensional harmonies,” to crafting their own brand of grand, ethereal pop. Stromae, Cesaria Evora and Tinariwen stand among their influences. Keep up with them here.

    Ibeyi: “Lost in My Mind”

    The Diaz twins are back with a new track. Taking the name Ibeyi, which means twins in Yoruba, the French-Cuban sisters Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz make enchanting, grooving music. Their eponymous 2015 album was a revelation, a fresh dose of creativity and spirit that they bring to life so mightily in concert. The sisters’ father is the late, great Cuban conguero and percussionist Anga Diaz, who worked with Latin jazz pioneers Irakere, the Buena Vista Social Club and Tata Güines, among others. Upon his death, the young Naomi started learning to play cajón, in his legacy. Cajón and batá drums, piano, electronic drums and synths and the haunting, harmonious voices of these two sisters make up the sound of their music. Their songs feel like invocations at times, and sometimes literally are–Santería praise songs find their way into some tunes, like “Elegguá.”

    Emel Mathlouthi: “Lost”

    Here’s another entrancing song about feeling lost. Emel Mathlouthi has been called the “Voice of the Arab Spring” for her songs became something of anthems for the revolution in Tunisia in 2011. Her voice has an otherworldly power and her music is haunting, gripping and inspiring, drawing influence from Tunisian vocal traditions, Björk, Joan Baez, and the Lebanese legend Fairouz. Her concert in 2016 at FIAF was unforgettable. Her album, Ensen, is out now and comes highly recommended.

    Omar Sosa and Seckou Keita: “Dary”

    Omar Sosa, the virtuosic and inimitable Cuban pianist, worked with Senegalese kora maestro Sekou Keita to craft a gorgeous, sweeping album, Transparent Water. This track is the first on that album, and hosts the percussion of Venezuelan performer Gustavo Ovalles. It’s a warm, enveloping sound that offers some much appreciated solace, like cool water on a blistering day. Plus, Sosa’s hat/glasses combo will never cease to be the utmost of cool.

    Listen to them all as a YouTube playlist:

    OR, as a Spotify playlist:

    Assembled with help from Akornefa Akyea, Morgan Greenstreet, Kinte le Prince Heritier, Alejandro Van Zandt-Escobar and Nenim Iwebuke.

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    Singles Chart Hot 100 Billboard (18 March 2017)

    Artist: Billboard Hot 100
    Title: Singles Chart
    Label: Rhino Entertainment Company
    Style: Trap, Disco, Alternative, Bro-Country, Dancehall, R&B, Synthpop, Indie
    Release Date: 09-03-2017
    Format: Top, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 100 Tracks
    Size: 775 Mb / 06:13:18 Min

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    Murat Boz - Aşklarım Büyük Benden (2011) FLAC (image+.cue)
    Artist: Murat Boz | Album: Aşklarım Büyük Benden | Released: 2011 | Label: HiTT | Genre: Pop, Turkish Pop

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    Enuff Z'Nuff - Animals With Human Intelligence (1993) FLAC (image + .cue)
    Artist: Enuff ZNuff | Album: Animals With Human Intelligence | Label: Arista ‎ | Catalog #: BVCA-608 | Released: 1993 | Genre: Hard Rock , Glam Metal | Country: Japan | Duration: 00:52:27

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    Dinosaurs - Friends of Extinction (2004) FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Artist: Dinosaurs | Album: Friends of Extinction | Released: 2004 | Genre: Psychedelic, Rock | Country: USA | Duration: 02:07:45

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    Kahvas Jute - Wide Open (1971/2006) APE (image + .cue)
    Artist: Kahvas Jute | Album: Wide Open | Released: 1971/2006 | Genre: Rock | Country: Australia | Duration: 01:05:56

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    Laura Fygi - Jazz Love (2016) FLAC (image + .cue)
    Artist: Laura Fygi | Album: Jazz Love | Label: Universal Music | Catalog #: 5719083 | Released: 2016 | Genre: Jazz | Country: Nederland | Duration: 00:43:38

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    Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell (1980) (Vinyl) FLAC (image + .cue)
    Artist: Black Sabbath | Album: Heaven And Hell | Released: 1980 | Genre: Hard Rock | Country: UK | Duration: 00:39:46

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    320 kbps | 113 MB | UL | OB |

    Recorded live on to 2 inch tape at the legendary Damien Gerard studios in Sydney, this raw and revealing session combines the sound of primal electric blues with Luke’s distinctive wit and wordplay. The recording took place just 24 hours before the US election, and the tape reels capture the sense of foreboding.
    “Skeleton Blues” lays bare the key influences in Luke’s music. It includes covers of songs by Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan, as well as two electrifying renditions of the old spirituals “O Death” and “John the Revelator”, a song Luke first heard performed by Son House on a live recording from the early 60s.

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