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Ethnofusion Picks #July2018

  Ethnofusion is back yet again for its 35th edition of monthly picks, covering the finest global bass music from around the planet. Tune in for violin-led psychedelic elf music, conceptual Iranian avant-garde pop, Rajasthani dub, Middle Eastern and tribal dubstep, Andean cumbia dub, Spanish neurohop, instrumental Afro-house, Amazonian downtechno, ...

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 #March2018

Presenting the March 2018 edition of Ethnofusion Picks, carefully curated to include the month’s best world fusion music, including wacky genres like forest chill, Japanese half-time, footwork & post-industrial neuro, mutlicultural dub, tribal bass, Hindi trap n bass, Israeli-Persian psydub, Bolivian downtempo, Afrolatin house, tribal bass, and more. – Baxtak p.s. ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Sept2017

The Ethnofusion blog heads into its third year, bigger and better than ever, brining you all electronic music that’s dope and authentic to a locality on this planet. This month, we take you to China, India, Colombia, Gabon, Ghana, Amazon, Zimbabwe, Bulgaria, Ireland, Mexico, Himalayas, the Ancient times and the ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Aug2017

The ending of this August marks the second full solar cycle that I’ve been writing this monthly blog. So far, I’ve handpicked over 750 releases in a world fusion electronic format that have met evolving criterions I’ve developed. In this process, I’ve also tried to conquer some of my pre-conceived ...

Ethnofusion Picks #June2017

An interesting and wholesome month of findings in a wide variety of styles; from Far East Russian minimal industrial neuro techno and tribal drone bass to a healthy dose of trapchata and modern pan-American dance music. The qualities include eccentricity (uniqueness/ instant artist recognition), lucidity (quality of production), intricacy (level ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Feb2017

Clap! Clap! – A Thousand Skies [Black Acre] Clap! Clap!’s A Thousand Skies is one of those albums that does not sound like anything else. The foley-ridden bubbly and tribal sounds on this album are topped with complex polyrhythms and a beautiful sense of production. In the traditional senses, this ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Nov2016

Ethnic Dub / Trap / Bass Liquid Bloom x Numatik – Stand with Us (ft. Yona FrenchHawk & David Brown) This month, again, we open the blog with a call to prayer, from Liquid Bloom (Amani Friend of Desert Dwellers), various remixing producers, and most importantly, elders from the indigenous ...

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 ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Sep2015

In order to fit singles and one-offs we hear in our archive of ethnofusion selections, I’ve decided to run a monthly lowdown of the best world bass music I hear and unleash them upon our our readers’ souls. It’s been a good month for this genre with a few genre-bending releases, ...

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