World Music

Pacific Moon – Tone

This collection is made up of compositions by different performers, but they are united by one style and manner of performance. It can not be said that this is a collection of purely traditional music, nor can it be said that this is solid electronics.… Read more

Pete Namlook & Burhan Öçal – Sultan Osman

That turned out to be the most suitable disc – Sultan Osman, which is a very interesting symbiosis from different genres, where the advantage without a doubt can be given to ethnic and electronics. However, among other things, there is also some special mysticism in this album, especially when the texts are scanned in a monotonous voice under strange rhythms that seem to be approaching, then they are being deleted.… Read more

Maire Brennan – Two Horizons

The album marks a change of direction in production, arrangement and style for Brennan in terms of her solo career, featuring no other vocalists but herself. The album features Irish fiddle player Máire Breatnach among others. The album also features much of Brennan’s current live band.… Read more

Putumayo – African Groove (2003)

Putumayo World Music continues to explore new directions in the world of music and introduce us to its interesting collections. African Groove – is collection that brought together leading and popular African artists who presented here an interesting mix based on the deep musical tradition of Africa and experiments with hip-hop, remixes and electronic directions in music.… Read more