Third solo album from 3 Mustaphas 3 bassist mixes West Java grooves, melancholy words.
Ravi Shankar's teenage daughter releases second album, Anourag, and tours with dad.
Label has assembled uniquely varied repertoire, from klezmer to authentic belly-dance music.
Records by Liu Xing, Shanghai Traditional Music Society among Chinese label's 350-disc catalog.
New music from Algeria, Greece, Jamaica, Bolivia, Germany also hits shelves.
Evidence converges in strange case with discovery of body parts in Northern California.
Ethnomusicologist's 20-volume Smithsonian-Folkways series concludes with single-disc sampler.
Mexican singer Chalino Sanchez, guitarist Boubacar Traoré also have discs due.
Argentinean singer/songwriter teams up with avant-garde guitarist Bill Frisell on dreamlike Viento Rojo (Red Wind).
Jimmy Cliff, Los Lobos, Bonnie Raitt bring third annual world-music event to electrifying climax.
Nigerian star dominates opening night, but Ali Farka Toure, Tarika, others also entertain world music festival audiences.
Albums by Telek, Sanchez, Juan Villareal and Culture also hit stores in slow week.
Singer/musician's LP Afrika Wassa combines Senegalese rhythms with Celtic fiddling, hip-hop elements.
Writer Brenda F. Berrian's 'Awakening Spaces' explores French-Caribbean music, politics, feminism.
Swedish quartet's love of traditional music inspires new album.
Discs by George Dalaras, Sabah Fakhri, Baha Men also in stores this week.
After three years, Redmond festival digs deeper into its Washington state home.