Auresia Brings Us The New Sound Of World Pop

Music will always be a force in bringing the world together. Sounds from all corners of the globe have been successfully melded into songs that are truly global now. The constraints of genre no longer matter. Our recent discovery Auresia has taken this music of the world to even further heights.   The Canadian singer-songwriter
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FXRRVST Explores The Beauty Of ‘May XXVI’

The Toronto, Canada based duo of Matthew Fuentes and Holly Forrest’s album May XXVI serves up a delectable platter of nine alternative rock influenced songs that, nonetheless, sport a relentlessly catchy edge. This sort of guitar-driven power pop with substanceby FXRRVST has a quality in short supply virtually every generation – the talent for bringing
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Buyepongo Brings Infectious Buyangu With Túmbalo

Buyepongo, which means “to cause a ruckus,” is bringing their perfectly infectious rhythms into the spotlight on Túmbalo. Their latest album, out Nov. 10, is bringing together elements not typically found stateside.   A unique hybrid of traditional sounds heard across Colombia, Haiti, Belize, Honduras and the Dominican Republic (countries that all know how to
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Naddiks and Yosef Flumeri Collaborate for “Rag Top”

Collaboration has been continually growing in the independent music world. The advancements in music sharing technology has made it possible for collaborations to happen with artists on separate sides of the world. A great example is our recent find of the song “Rag Top”. For this one Venezuelan DJ/Producer Yosef Flumeri worked with Australian band
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Jon Magnusson Releases Folky EP “Psalms for Sinners”

Swedish singer-songwriter and guitarist Jon Magnusson recently released his second EP, entitled Psalms for Sinners. Consisting of four songs, Magnusson considers many different sounds and demonstrates his versatility. Each song on the album is unique and has its own individual characteristics and style, making the short EP exciting and diverse. Psalms for Sinners opens with “Visa från
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Stolar Brings Raw Emotions to His Latest Release

While I was on an exchange abroad, I took Islamic Archaeology as one of my electives. The elective turned out to be a graduate-level course with the class consisting of only one other exchange student and four graduate students of Near-Eastern Archaeology. I took the course as an Anthropology elective while my undergrad counterpart took
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