Sublime Frequencies’ Vision of What World Music Means Today

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In June, 1987, four men met at the Empress of Russia, a pub in London, and reinvented world music. Scholars and archivists had been documenting non-Western musical traditions for at least a century, as had, later, record labels such as Folkways and Nonesuch.

The New Yorker

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