New Orleans has inspired many photographers with its strong association to music. Following the footsteps of olders, Alexis Pazoumian has made his own approach, seeking that part of our soul which we call music.


[ITW] As one of the figureheads of the golden age of modern Ethiopian music, the singer Mahmoud Ahmed has led an extraordinary life. A look back at an (extract of an) interview from 2002.


[ITW] LITA is one of the strongest label of the moment, building his reputation with great new releases and essential reissues. Very happy to let Matt Sullivan, co-owner and founder, talk about their work!


[ITW] Hisham Mayet, co founder of Sublime Frequencies, talks about his friendship with the great Charles Duvelle, the soul behind the Ocora label, as showen in the photos book taken by Duvelle during this many...


[ITW] Frederick Lavik is the soul behind the Afro 7 label responsible behind some serious East African music archiving and some cracking releases on 45 and 12 inch, from deep Swahili Funk to Kenyan Boogie....


[SLIDESHOW] The Afro haircut was worn as the assertion of an identity, the symbol of link with Africa. For political reasons, for aesthetic views… Back to certain pics which had participated in music history.

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Abusey Junction
By Kokoroko
New Jazz on top from the recent We Out Here collection on Brownswood, terrific jazzy afrobeat melancholic vibes on this.

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