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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 #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 #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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