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Ethnofusion Picks #Sept2018

Stoked to bring you September’s Ethnofusion Picks which proved to be, arguably, our most in-depth month to date. Tune in for the largest variety of electronic world fusion music you’ll find anywhere on the internet; that’s deep Middle Eastern dubstep, Balkan neuro, a South African / Russian merger, Afrobeats from ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Oct2017

Ethnofusion wraps up another month of discoveries, showcasing the best electronic world fusion music being produced around the world today. Spanning from Hindi dubstep, footwork, and glitchhop, to Middle Eastern halftime neuro, Japanese hip-hop instrumentals, ancestral Ecuadorian protest chant electronic, jazzy afrobeats, and other tribal blends, there’s enough variety in ...

Ethnofusion Picks #July2017

The Science – The Sea and I EP [Methlab Recordings] Turning heads to the Balkan nation of Bulgaria, the always amazing Methlab Recordings introduces The Science to the international scene with a stellar release, and arguably one of my top favourites for the month. The EP has an amazingly haunting ...

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 #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 #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 #Sept2016

Concurrent with the launch of our new site layout, we are proud to present the first edition of Ethnofusion’s second year, and one of our most comprehensive to date. Join us for a range of ethnic electronic expressions and interpretations as we take you through every existing mould in electronic ...

Ethnofusion Picks #August2016

This month marks the 12th month of discoveries through this blog, meaning that now I have spent a whole year, listening to what seems like +10000 candidates to create these playlists. There are a couple of directions this can take, and I urge you to get in touch with me ...

Ethnofusion Picks #June2016

We are here again, yet another month to be alive, another chance to listen to good underground music and uncover some of the fattest headphone and sound system bumps of the months. This month’s psydubhop section has indeed been buzzing and many of our favourite artists and labels have been ...

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