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Darko Rundek and Cargo Orkestar - Mhm A-ha Oh Yeah Da-Da
Rundek and his band offer songs that tell of the loneliness of the exile and the placelessness of the Internet, the reality of modern metropolis and the utopia of a love that transcends all borders. The Guardian wrote "There are elements of folk, rock, prog and tango, sharply focused by Rundek's vocals. The eclecticism is a plus: each track has distinction and character. Rundek, whose track record includes theatre direction and improv as well as Croatian rock'n'roll, is a sensitive writer, mature enough to let his band rip up the material and stitch it back together with blaring brass, soaring fiddle (Swiss electric violinist Isabel) and a cracking punk-funk backline. Rundek makes angular melodies sound as sweet as lullabies. And vice versa. In these bland times he's a necessary character to have around."

Bantu, featuring Ayuba - Fuji Satisfaction
Adé Bantu is one of the defining figures of German HipHop. Born and raised in Lagos,Nigeria, then relocated to Cologne, his AfroPean blend draws from his forefathers' heritage and his experience of the African diaspora alike. He uses urban styles and sounds from R'n'B through HipHop to Ragga to contribute to the soundtrack of a global Africa: rooted in Yoruba history yet ripe with Western production, deeply sensual yet utterly spiritual, thoroughly individual and highly political. He is joined by Adewale Ayuba, a master of Nigeria's next generation of Fuji music.

Frank London's Klezmer Brass All-stars - Carnival Conspiracy

various Latin Artists - Latin Noir: Everything happens on the beach
A sampler of Latin influenced music from across the spectrum includes Chango Spasiuk, Seguidores Del Son, Eddie Bobè feat. Orlando 'Puntilla' Rios, Ana Cristina Pozo and Omar Perez, Conjunto Campesino Cuyaguateje, Maurice El Médioni and Roberto Rodriguez, Piquete Tipico, Sin Palabras feat. Tambor de Firmin, Watcha Clan and many more. 12 tracks in all.

dunkelbunt - Raindrops and Elephants
Vienna-based [dunkelbunt] is part of a DJ movement that transcends standard Central European techno and house music by drawing inspiration from other genres and cultures. His remixes for artists as various as Balkan Beat Box, 17 Hippies and the Amsterdam Klezmer Band have gained him international renown. A passionate blender of spices in his spare time, [dunkelbunt] sees composing and cooking as related arts. On Raindrops and Elephants, [dunkelbunt] has applied his passion for blending to selected Piranha tracks from Simentera, Frank London, Watcha Clan and more.

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