Sunday, September 19, 2010
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"Lo-fi, super fuzzed, heavy, psyched out punk from… Hungary? A bit noisey, sometimes a bit bluesy, and always kissed by punk aesthetics, Piresian Beach is FANTASTIC. Jaw droppingly so. With a voice that is rather deep and demanding, I’m an immediate fan. Jump on the bandwagon NOW.
She has seven tracks available at http://piresianbeach.bandcamp.com/. Download them all!"
Saturday, September 4, 2010
"Based on Funeral Music From The Lo-Birifor, Sisaala and Ewe Peoples of Ghana. Field recordings by Bengt Berger feature voices of women of Kundar village crying at the funeral of a small child. They sing that the child did not know how to live, and ask the dead to help it. "
"Traditional Baganda music, as formerly played at the court of the Kabaka of Buganda (current Uganda). Music from former court musician Evalisto Muyinda (who died in 1993) and his ensemble. Instrumental pieces on ennanga (harp), endongo (lyre), endere (flute), endingidi (1-stringed violin), amadinda and akadinda (xylophones), various percussion instruments and vocal pieces."