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Remain in Light by Angélique Kidjo; Voice of Resistance by Rim...

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Bush Lady by Alanis Obomsawin; Under Frustration, Vol 1 by Arabstazy.

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Front man Ian Curtis committed suicide in 1980, but the myth of Curtis and Joy Division lives on, Peter Kenworthy...

Calypso Rose

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She’s survived cancer, two heart attacks and even fractured a few ribs on stage. Tobago’s music legend Calypso Rose...

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Mambo Cósmico by Sonido Gallo Negro and Forest Bathing by A Hawk...

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Visit Malphino by Malphino; Universalists by Yonatan Gat.

Radyo Siwèl by Mélissa Laveaux.

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Reviewed: Your Queen Is a Reptile by Sons of Kemet; Radyo Siwèl by...

Nahko

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US singer-songwriter Nahko shares his experience of turning pain into positivity with Graeme Green....

Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, a magnificent drama about a boy growing up gay in Miami.

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What a year! Here’s some light relief as we look back at New Internationalist’s top picks of 2017’s films,...

Plunge

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NI reviews Fever Ray’s Plunge; Toto Bona Lokua’s Bondeko.

A profile photo of Nithin Sawhney, by Suki Dhanda

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The British-Indian musician on colonialism, music and being ‘someone who gives a shit’. By Subi Shah.

Music from the world: Maya Youssef

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Economic Partnership Agreement by Sven Kacirek and Daniel Mburu Muhuni; Syrian...

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TootArd’s second album Laissez Passer; Nitin Sawhney’s...

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Thea Gilmore speaks to Danny Chivers about music, politics and crying on stage.

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At Least Wave Your Handkerchief At Me by Saz’iso; Frost on Fiddles by Frigg.

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Tunisian singer Emel talks to Graeme Green about hope, helplessness and the Arab Spring.

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