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    Posted: 01 Sep 2017 at 1:48am

Balkan-beats fashion in Europe passed its peak more than a decade ago, than now's the time when artists releases such albums not because of fashion, but since they are originally always played such kind of music. Serbian-Hungarian guitarist Csaba Toth Bagi (known by his jazz fusion albums as well) returns with quite authentic mix of Balkan tunes and rhythms (Hungarian-Serbian-Macedonian) and jazz fusion. Some leading Western Balkans artists participate. One among best Balkan folklore related album for some last years


CSABA TOTH BAGI / チャバ・トス・バギ / Balkan Union / バルカン・ユニオン









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Recorded in his new home in Marfa Texas, Rob Mazurek's new album features acoustic and processed piccolo trumpet, custom electronics and vocal incantations. Pieces range from ambient to intense and expressive.
 








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Utilizing Al Green's famous rhythm section, the title of Amy Black's new album lets you know exactly what the music is about.
 



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Selwyn Birchwood is one of the best of the new generation of blues musicians 






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Upstate New Yorkers Big Mean Sound Machine play very convincing classic African pop dance music. Analog Moog, a big horn section and just the right amount of echo/reverb combine for a bigger than life presence. 








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Jesse Lewis and Ike Sturm "play original songs filled with intricate finger style lines, improvisation and ambient textures" 








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