SHAOLIN AFRONAUTS – Flight of the Ancient (2011) [fvll albvm]

The Shaolin Afronauts are an Afrobeat band based in Adelaide, Australia. Their music is heavily influenced by West African Afrobeat artists such as Fela Kuti, but also incorporates elements of avant-garde jazz, soul and other traditional African and Cuban percussive rhythms. They describe their music as "interstellar futurist afro-soul". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVphcpIoTpc Flight of the Ancients is… Continue lendo SHAOLIN AFRONAUTS – Flight of the Ancient (2011) [fvll albvm]

Beautiful cover of “Bella Ciao” in Persian by an Iranian woman أغنية “بيلاشاو” بصوت رائع من إيران

mahsaamini #mahsa_amini #مهسا_امینی iran #iranprotests #regimechange #hijab https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0UAXdsEl5k

DEAD CAN DANCE – Dionysus [fvll albvm] (2018)

Dead Can Dance is an Australian music duo first established in Melbourne. Currently composed of Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry, the group formed in 1981. They relocated to London the following year. Australian music historian Ian McFarlane described Dead Can Dance's style as "constructed soundscapes of mesmerising grandeur and solemn beauty; African polyrhythms, Gaelic folk,… Continue lendo DEAD CAN DANCE – Dionysus [fvll albvm] (2018)

EYVIND KANG – Taksim

Virginal Co-Ordinates (Ipecac, 2004), by violinist Eyvind Kang, offers a delightful musical excursion, traversing far-flung musical territory. Best known for his work alongside such avant-gardists as Laurie Anderson, John Zorn and Arto Lindsay, Kang composed Virginal Co-ordinates as a large ensemble piece for Bologna's Angelica festival, where it was performed by the Playground Ensemble augmented… Continue lendo EYVIND KANG – Taksim

JOHN ZORN’S PAINKILLER – Live in Moscow (2006)

Painkiller (also known as Pain Killer) is a band that formed in 1991, combining avant-garde jazz and grindcore. Later albums incorporated elements of ambient and dub. The three primary members of Painkiller were John Zorn on saxophone, Bill Laswell on bass guitar and Mick Harris on drums. Zorn and Laswell work in the New York… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN’S PAINKILLER – Live in Moscow (2006)

PLANET DRUM & MICKEY HART – King Clave | Playing For Change | Song Around The World

This special Planet Drum Song Around The World, created for the UN General Assembly and partnership, features the legendary Grateful Dead drummer, Mickey Hart along with extraordinary percussionists Zakir Hussain, Sikiru Adepoju, Giovanni Hidalgo and traditional drummers and dancers from around the globe. The two-time Grammy Award-winning group, Planet Drum, is a global percussion ensemble… Continue lendo PLANET DRUM & MICKEY HART – King Clave | Playing For Change | Song Around The World

PLAYING FOR A CHANGE – “What’s Up?” (4 Non Blondes)

And so I wake in the morningAnd I step outsideAnd I take deep breathAnd I get real highAnd I scream from the top of my lungsWhat’s going on?Linda Perry (4 Non Blondes), "What's Up?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQobQa5WP9w Playing For Change is a multimedia music project, featuring musicians and singers from across the globe, co-founded in 2002 by… Continue lendo PLAYING FOR A CHANGE – “What’s Up?” (4 Non Blondes)

DEAD CAN DANCE – Live @ the Lisbon Coliseum (2022)

Dead Can Dance is a British and Australian music duo first established in Melbourne. Currently composed of Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry, the group formed in 1981. They relocated to London the following year. Australian music historian Ian McFarlane described Dead Can Dance's style as "constructed soundscapes of mesmerising grandeur and solemn beauty; African polyrhythms,… Continue lendo DEAD CAN DANCE – Live @ the Lisbon Coliseum (2022)

HIGH CASTLE TELEORKESTRA – Mutual Hazard

Insolite ("odd", "weird", in French) designates, according to the etymology, everything that is unusual and escapes the realm of the ordinary. […] The word itself tells me more and less at the same time: it suggests something rare, in fact, but of a special and incisive rareness that is not limited to a simple average… Continue lendo HIGH CASTLE TELEORKESTRA – Mutual Hazard

GOGOL BORDELLO – NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Stephen Thompson | June 28, 2010 If you watch this video and don't get to the part where Eugene Hutz is dancing on the desks, then you've missed the most rollicking and insane Tiny Desk Concert of all time. I've seen Gogol Bordello at a nightclub, and its live show is a gypsy punk circus,… Continue lendo GOGOL BORDELLO – NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert