Red Baraat bring their raucous stage show, one of the most energetic things I’ve ever enjoyed, to NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. It’s a miracle the place didn’t explode!
via lalgudi jayaraman and amjadh ali khan, jugalbandhi — The Hum Blog From Bandcamp: Often, when discussing my passion for Indian Classical music – attempting to offer entry into its remarkable traditions for others, I raise instrumentation. Particularly in my early explorations, this was a crucial vehicle for discovery. By far the most well know […]
Turkish oudist Mehmet Polat, a familiar name to this blog, has new music available!
2017 is as good a year as any to start learning a bit more about Carnatic music, and any help which can be provided by friends would be most welcome. This is a track by an acknowledged master in the field, Maduri Mani Iyer, from Madurai, Tamilnadu, in India.
This pleasant surprise came from out of nowhere. Israeli composer and multi-instrumentalist Shye Ben Tzur collaborates here with Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood and the marvelous Rajasthan Express for a fusion of three continents.
Zakir Hussain is one of India’s national treasures. The tabla player is featured here providing a wonderful beat for this tune.
I’ve never quite heard Can covered in such an interesting way. Susheela Raman steals the show.