2014-01-03 New Global Music for a New Year

Karol Conka
Karol Conka

What better to usher in a new year than a slew of new music? This show features new (and new to me) songs from a wide diversity of global artists and styles. From Brazilian accordion to Palestinian hip-hop to Irish rock to dueling European and West African harps, we covered it. Happy new year!

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Hour 1
Adrian Raso & Fanfare Ciocarlia
“The Absinthe-Minded Gypsy” from Devil’s Tale

The Mouldy Lovers “Dunyavi” from Yonder Ruckus

David Broza “East Jerusalem / West Jerusalem” from East Jerusalem / West Jerusalem

Family Atlantica “El Apamate” from Family Atlantica

Toninho Ferragutti “O Sorriso Da Manu” from O Sorriso da Manu

Débruit & Alsarah “Alsahra الصحراء” from Aljawal الجوال

Shanren “Left Foot Dance of the Yi” from Left Foot Dance of the Yi

Bia Góes “E So Soco” from Todo Mundo Quer Dançar Baião

Shirish Korde “Ka” from Ka

Set break — Community Billboard

Skeletons “Over The Bridge” from SMILE

Tarun Balani Collective “Azaan” from Sacred World

DAM “The Hob” from Dabke On the Moon: Nudbok Al Amar

Sheela Bringi “Raja Ram” from Incantations

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Hour 2
K I T (Kuenta I Tambú)
“Zunta Zunta (feat. Elia Isenia)” from Tambutronic

Paulinho Garcia “Historia de un amor (History of a love)” from Beautiful Love

Set break

The Toy Boats “Monston” from The Toy Boats

Karol Conka “Gandaia” from Batuk Freak

The Young Dubliners “Abhainn Mor” from Nine

Jim Malcolm “Erin Go Bragh” from Still

Shoko Hikage “Inishi no” from Inishi no

Oliver Mtukudzi “Hear Me Lord” from The Oliver Mtukudzi Collection

Set break — Concert Calendar

Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita “Bamba” from Clychau Dibon

Cascadia ’10 “Pharoahs of Elysium” from Live EP

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