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Ethnofusion Picks #June2018

I’m glad to present yet another month of discoveries through this blog where I hope my musical finds are interesting enough to write thousands of words about, & hopefully some of you actually read & value it! Regardless of the scriptures, this month is again jampacked with some of the ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Jan2018

  Stoked to kickstart another year of Ethnofusion finds, bringing you music in our ever-increasing scope of world electronic fusion music. Having our standards raised on a year-on-year basis, this year we will continue to pick apart every release on our radar, highlight the most intriguing finds and what the ...

Ethnofusion Picks #May2017

Glad to present another juicy jam-packed edition of Ethnofusion picks for all those who have also tuned into this realm of world music. This month is specifically exciting as I’ve decided to introduce a measure of rating to better express my thoughts on why features are chosen. Read on to uncover ...

Ethnofusion Picks #March2017

Bwoy De Bhajan – Universal Squid Express [Iboga Records] Oh my. Bwoy released a video to this track through RedBull, covering his live performance of it in Copenhagen. Ever since then, we (at least definitely I) have been gnawing at the walls to have the track within our grasp and ...

Ethnofusion Picks #December2016

Dirtwire – Viento (feat. Maria Del Pilar) The opening of these pair of ears to Dirtwire this year has been nothing but spectacular. Breathing professionalism into each track as the vibes sip through every note of the band’s music, the supergroup is back with Viento; an organic and ethereal mid-tempo ...

Ethnofusion Picks #May2016

Streamer – Last Sacrifice (Bandish Projekt Remix feat. Aishwarya Joshi) Almost certainly the dopest ethnofusion track I will hear this month. Both Streamer and Bandish Projekt have shown their worth on this blog before and this month, they have perhaps topped themselves. What we have here is ethno neuro bass ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Nov2015

Ethnic Dub Khoum – From Beirut to Anatolia A fairly new outfit in the ethnofusion genre and with only two released tracks, Khoum is a product of jam sessions in Beirut, Lebanon based on bridging the gap between Anatolian, Armenian and Caucasian music, and the modern context. The result is ...

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