Video: Kutiman – “Thru Jerusalem”

 

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Kutiman has a new YouTube piece out and it’s kind of rocking our world. Part of his ThruYou series, this one’s a little different; Instead of trawling the web for obscure snippets and masterly weaving them into a single piece of audible glory, Kutiman chose to work from original content this time. Traveling to Jerusalem, he met with and filmed different musicians in the historic and diverse city. The piece is pretty epic; Kuti’s signature treatment serves as a beautiful reminder of how different but similar everything can be. Take a look at previous works of Kutiman we’ve posted, as well.

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Beats Antique: “Le Enfants Perdus” Download

Donate a dollar for Haiti and get this dope gypsy track from Beats Antique:  the download of “Les Enfants Perdus – The Lost Children” in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. The bluesy experimental track includes samples from singers and drummers in Haiti, plus samples of workers breaking stone with their axes.

GPWW 2/4/10: Men With Soul Mix

gpww6This week on Gilles Peterson World Wide radio, we start with some World music from various labels around the globe. Then Gilles prepared a mix of ‘Men With Soul’, inspired by the great Teddy Pendergrass: music from the likes of Sam Dees, Bobby Womack, John Byrd and many more.

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GPWW 12/31/09: Gilles Peterson World Wide

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UK tastemaker extraordinaire Gilles Peterson pulls out some of his favorite laid-back tracks of the year, as well as some of 2009′s best reissues and world music releases. As usual, the GPWW playlist is widely diverse, running the gambit from Marvin Gaye to Oliver Lake Ntu to Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou.

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Like what you hear? Gilles will make his Brooklyn debut on Jan 29th at Littlefield. Check him in person. More info here.