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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 #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 #Dec2017

Proud to present the final picks of 2017, featuring the best stuff we came across through submissions and our feed of over 1700 artists operating in world fusion electronic music. This month, we cover, praise, and rate 29 releases in a range of executive branches, including, Asian psydub, Latin American ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Nov2017

Alon Mor – Long Awaited Journey Alon Mor’s full length, ‘Long Awaited Journey’ is one of the blog’s most important features this year and I have written a very in-depth article on this phenomenal new release for the Untz. I will link that article here when it is up, meanwhile, ...

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 #April2017

YAHNA – Paraphilia Taken from an unexpectedly good album by this rather underground artist; a project that sounds highly atmospheric and experimental, with plenty of interesting foley twists to it. Sitting somewhere between instrumental hip-hop produced by The Alchemist’s poltergeist, the sound of time if traversed on a reverse axis, ...

Ethnofusion Picks #April2016

I’d like to bring your attention to another edition of Ethnofusion while I convince myself that blogging is still alive, my opinion matters, I can still use words and phrases to describe music in innovative ways, and most importantly, I find dank ethnic bass music. This week, I have the ...

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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