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Tanzanie, Comores : Le twarab est en voies

En Tanzanie comme aux Comores, le genre poursuit son évolution, et s’hybride aujourd’hui au jazz ou au rap, comme à la rumba.

Pan African Music

El Theremin: el instrumento que revolucionó la historia de la música

Su creador, el físico ruso León Theremin, ideó también aparatos de espionaje usados durante la Guerra Fría, fue víctima del destierro stalinista, y le abrió camino a la música electrónica.


Where Is Jazz Most at Home?

The genre has long been filled with tension between mainstream outlets and the spaces in which the music is most likely to grow.

The New York Times

Dave Smith: synth prophet

‘Legend’ can be an overused term, but there can be no argument when applying this description to synth pioneer Dave Smith. Here we trace his influential career...

Music Radar

6 Electronic Pioneers That Helped Mexico Become an Avant-Garde Haven

From ambient to hard techno, and everything in between, Mexico currently has one of the healthiest electronic music scenes in the world. Whether they adhere to the strict rules of subgenres or bend them to their will by adding folk and regional sounds into the mix, Mexico has been providing amazing electronic music to the world.


La K-pop : un phénomène musical au-delà des frontières

La K-pop, ou pop sud-coréenne, a fêté ses 30 ans en avril dernier. L’occasion de revenir sur cette révolution musicale, qui a su conquérir la scène internationale.


Astor Piazzolla: 30 años sin el padre de la música del mañana

Hoy se cumplen 30 años de la muerte de Astor Piazzolla, una de las figuras más importantes de la música argentina a la que dio una notable proyección internacional.

Los Andes

The Next Generation of Latin LGBTQ Stars

The future of Latin music is queer. More than a decade since Ricky Martin kicked down the closet door, many artists in Latin music have openly expressed their queer identities in their songs while concurrently owning the charts.


‘The War on Music’ Review: Songs Without Listeners

Every concertgoer knows it: Most classical music written since 1945 ranges from boring to unendurable. What went wrong?


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