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Ethnofusion Picks #Feb2016

Ethnic Dub Anchor Hill – Trees by the Sea of Compassion Released as a forthcoming preview of the Anchor Hill album to be released sometime soon, ‘May The Forest Be With You’, this song really hits the perfect ethnodub vibration. It’s at a stunning level of production, with all instruments ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Jan2016

First edition of the monthly Ethnofusion columns as curated by Baxtak is here, uncovering the month’s most hypnotic world x electronic fusion music. Ethnic Dub Red Kartel – Gizli Sufi Mastering the art of Near Eastern fusion, Red Kartel is making an impact in this genre by his soulful selections of ...

Ethnofusion Picks #Dec2015

Rounding up our Ethnofusion articles for the year and looking forward to 2016, we have a whole bunch of carefully picked tracks from all ethnofusion artists who vaguely enter our periphery, including tunes from CloZee, Oudjat, Space Jesus, SOOHAN, Zwirek & many more. Ethnic Dub Khanum – Sands of Time ...

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 #Oct2015

Another month in the overcrowded world of music and another 30 days of searching the depths of the scene for the most enchanting world fusion electronic music out there. So far, we have uncovered music by the usual suspect labels such as Shanti Planti and Street Ritual and then some. ...

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, ...

Ethnofusion #007 – MORiLLO

Recently, my attention was brought to an artist whose repertoire of world bass bangers had not yet been discovered. In many ways, this discovery feels like stumbling on the tip of a stone which reveals to be an archaeological site upon thorough digging. Rising from the ashes of the future ...

Ethnofusion #006: CloZee – Revolution EP

The Ethnofusion series are back with a review of Clozee’s brand new EP, Revolution on Gravitas Recording, as well as an overview of her previous work and gradual evolution into an ethnic hybrid maestro. Hailing from France, Chloe Herry, more commonly known as CloZee is an artist who’s repertoire of cutting ...

Ethnofusion #005: Feyago – Lag Ja Gale (Indo-Pak Peace Song)

This may be the first time that we are featuring a single track for this Ethnofusion column but contextually and musically, there’s definitely something fundamentally ethnofusive about an Indo-Pak peace song. We met Feyago two years ago in Kathmandu when he was doing a series of shows across India and ...

Ethnofusion #004 – Remastered Myths

As far as instrumental hip-hop / drum machine goodness is concerned, Amin Payne has been in our focus for more than a year. After featuring his track ‘The World Changes’ on Ethereality Vol.2, we have witnessed the artist move into roots-based territories with his fusion of instrumental hip-hop and traditional ...

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