2016-10-14 – World Music Top 10 + Leyla McCalla interview

leyla-mccallaYour monthly top 10 countdown featuring a track from each of the ten best new global releases of the last couple months as compiled by STG’s crack team of statisticians. Plus an interview with cellist Leyla McCalla, a Haiti-rooted, New-Orleans-based former Carolina Chocolate Drop, and a few other tunes.

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Hour 1
Issa Bagayogo
“Djigui” from Tassoumakan

Noa “Shalom, shalom” from Gold

Coco Mbassi “Stabat” from Sepia

Leyla McCalla “Fey-O (feat. Shaye Cohn)” from A Day for the Hunter, a Day for the Prey

Interview with Leyla McCalla

Leyla McCalla “Let it Fall” from A Day for the Hunter, a Day for the Prey

Issa Murad “Yanayer” from Joussour

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Shamrock “Garanga” from African Music By African People

Moussu T E Lei Jovents “Grues” from Navega ! (Deluxe Edition)

Vox Sambu “Nèg Chante” from The Brazil Session

Terrakota “Wari (feat. Florian Doucet)” from Oxalá

Hour 2
Amira Medunjanin
“Tvojte oci Leno mori” from Damar

Tuuletar “Tuu Kerää” from Tules Maas Vedes Taivaal

Noura Mint Seymali “Ghlana” from Arbina

Yemen Blues “Mountains Will Dance” from Insaniya

Marabout Orkestra “Mojo” from Seven Lives

Alsarah & The Nubatones “Salam Nubia” from Manara

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Yishak Banjaw “Gwal Semahria” from Love Songs, Vol. 2 (Deluxe Edition)

Edwin Sanz “I put a spell on you” from Overflow

Bonga “Marikota” from Recados de Fora

The Gypsy Cuban Project “Chan Chan (feat. Carlos Calunga)” from Havana Night Sessions At Abdala Studios

The KutiMangoes “This Ship Will Sink” from Made in Africa

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