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Louise Gray

Louise Gray is a music columnist for New Internationalist and the author of the No-Nonsense Guide to World Music. She writes regularly for The Wire and many other music and art publications. Find our more at her website.

Louise Gray is known as @drlouisegray on Twitter

Articles by Louise Gray

Four women stand outside with their arms around each other. They all have short hair. One wears sunglasses. There is a viaduct in the background.
Louise Gray reviews Strike by Lining Time and Together for Ukraine by Various Artists.
Bahia by Ana Carla Maza; Ghost Song by Cécile McLorin Salvant.
Photos of Monoswezi and Bishi
Louise Gray reviews albums from musician, composer and sitar player Bishi and multi-national quintet Monoswezi.
Folk music royalty Peggy Seeger speaks to Louise Gray about her life, her music, and her political activism. 
Nour Sokhon by Myriam Boulos
Louise Gray turns her attention to the anti-slavery musical activism of Tse Tse Fly Middle East.
Louise Gray on sonic journalism, a novel way of recording the decline of the natural world.
Louise Gray reviews the latest music releases by London-based quartet Skunk Anasie, and Bollywood star Farhan Akhtar.  
Laibach have produced a version of The Sound of Music that you can march to, writes Louise Gray for the Mixed Media section.
New Internationalist talks to Jerusalem In My Heart about their powerful synergy of music and film and the idea that is Jerusalem.
Louise Gray talks to Jerusalem In My Heart, an audio-visual performance troupe made up of  Montréal-based producer and musician...
Louise Gray reviews two recent releases.
Louise Gray reviews releases from Louise Bichan and Sun Ra.
Louise Gray's pick of the latest releases.

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