What could be more patriotic on this USA Independence Day than to celebrate the diversity of the nation through music? Native Americans and immigrants alike have shared and blended their traditional sounds, and this show features US-based and US-recorded music with global leanings. Have a safe and happy Fourth of July, all!
Also, go Ticos!
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Ulali “Mahk Jchi” from Mahk Jchi
DeLeon “Yo M’Enamori” from Casata
New York Gypsy All Stars & Ismail Lumanovski “Smiles” from Romantech
Ry Cooder “3 Cool Cats” from Chávez Ravine
Red Baraat “Baraat to Nowhere” from Big Talk
Ricardo Lemvo and Makina Loca “E Moyo” from La Rumba Soyo
Brooklyn Funk Essentials “Istanbul Twilight” from In the BuzzBag
Youngblood Brass Band “Brooklyn” from Live. Places.
Set break — KAOS Community Billboard
Superkali “Kids Eat Free” from Superkali
Bole 2 Harlem “Hoya Hoye” from Bole 2 Harlem, Vol. 1
Chopteeth Afrofunk Big Band “Freedom Dance” from Chopteeth Live
West Philadelphia Orchestra “Epstein Cocek” from WPO
Bucharest Drinking Team “One Way Ticket” from Bucharest Drinking Team – EP
Cascadia ’10 “Pharoahs of Elysium” from Live EP
Dusu “Never Give Up” from Doni Doni Che Be Jdimi
Abraham Inc. “Tweet-Tweet” from Tweet Tweet
Ozomatli “(Who Discovered) America?” from Street Signs
Set break — World Music Concert Calendar
Benyoro “Haidara Sirifo” from Benyoro
SambaDa “Manha” from Salve a Bahia
The Jefferson Rose Band “Anacortes” from Feel Like Dancing
Balkan Beat Box “Move It” from Blue Eyed Black Boy