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Belén Maya (ES)

Flamenco is way, way more than just a dance. For Belén Maya – the foremost flamencista of her generation – it’s a philosophy that not only creates harmony between body, More…

Salif Keita (ML)

Salif Keita wasn’t meant to become a musician. As a direct descendant of Sundiata Keita, the warrior king who founded the Malian empire in the 1200s, the singer belong to More…

Sidiki Camara (ML/NO)

Bamako, the capital of Mali, is known as the musical heart of Western Africa. Here, the rich and diverse traditions of the region merge and harmonize with musical impulses of More…

Mashrou’ Leila (LB)

We feel a bit guilty. When the Lebanese indiepop band Mashrou’ Leila performed in front of Arab-Americans from all over Los Angeles this winter, they admitted to Good Magazine finding it somewhat More…