Seventeen years after its release, Jonh Cabano’s classic of Brazilian guitarrada paraense is finally available to stream. Hear “Guitarrada Amazônica” now.
Pabllo Vittar’s Batidão Tropical comes at a moment when Brazilian Northeast culture is on the rise but she’s taking Brega music to the next level.
It is immensely satisfying to hear new music from the ever-innovative minds of Yat-Kha. Even better, though, is the sheer quality of We Will Never Die.
Making music in quarantine, isolated from bandmates and audiences, feels like the antithesis of everything Sunny Jain has done so far.
Noir Brésil stands out as a dynamic and borderline spiritual work of pop music and signals great things ahead for Yndi. The music feels extravagant and huge.
Mauro Durante and Justin Adams discuss making the new Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino LP, Meridiana, under Covid-19’s challenging conditions and suspended time.
Black Ants sees the Kasai Allstars tap into a new dimension of vitality and points to refreshing new possibilities for the Congotronics series.
Instead of going to the ends of the earth in pursuit of the muse, singer-songwriter Mia Doi Todd finds balance in letting inspiration come to her.