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Louise Gray reviews the latest music releases by Songs of Our Native Daughters...

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Laibach have produced a version of The Sound of Music that you can march to, writes Louise Gray for the...

Sound the People by Red Baraat;
Crave by Léonie Pernet.

New Internationalist talks to Jerusalem In My Heart about their powerful synergy of music and film and the idea that is Jerusalem.

Louise Gray talks to Jerusalem In My Heart, an audio-visual performance troupe made up of  Montréal-based...

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Remain in Light by Angélique Kidjo; Voice of Resistance by Rim...

Bush Lady by Alanis Obomsawin; Under Frustration, Vol 1 by Arabstazy.

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Front man Ian Curtis committed suicide in 1980, but the myth of Curtis and Joy Division lives on, Peter Kenworthy...

Calypso Rose

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She’s survived cancer, two heart attacks and even fractured a few ribs on stage. Tobago’s music legend Calypso Rose...

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Mambo Cósmico by Sonido Gallo Negro and Forest Bathing by A Hawk...

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Visit Malphino by Malphino; Universalists by Yonatan Gat.

Radyo Siwèl by Mélissa Laveaux.

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Reviewed: Your Queen Is a Reptile by Sons of Kemet; Radyo Siwèl by...

Nahko

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US singer-songwriter Nahko shares his experience of turning pain into positivity with Graeme Green....

Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, a magnificent drama about a boy growing up gay in Miami.

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What a year! Here’s some light relief as we look back at New Internationalist’s top picks of 2017’s films,...

Plunge

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NI reviews Fever Ray’s Plunge; Toto Bona Lokua’s Bondeko.

A profile photo of Nithin Sawhney, by Suki Dhanda

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The British-Indian musician on colonialism, music and being ‘someone who gives a shit’. By Subi Shah.

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