What a relief and a celebration: to be back in total lack of control.
The story of Polish soul singer Renata Lewandowska, a lost-and-found jewel of the Polish music from the 70s.
The tradition of oral expression known as a dengbêjî, the job of a dengbêj – a ‘soundteller’– lies at the foundation of traditional Kurdish music and is the only path to survival of a language facing extinction.
São Luís is one of Brazil’s most beguiling and unusual cities and the site of a highly unusual reggae scene that cuts across boundaries of race, class, age and gender, despite no obvious links with Jamaica.
An investigation into the unique character of derelict pipe-organs in Transylvania’s abandoned fortress churches and the various transformations that human-built ritual machines undergo once left devoid of human presence.
The fourth and final part of cultural expeditions in Indonesia focuses on tarawangsa.
The third part of cultural expeditions in Indonesia leads to Jaipongan, a Sundanese secular performance art.
Ahead of Konfrontationen's 40 years edition, read some thoughts and impressions from last year's festival of the free jazz and improvised music in Nickelsdorf, Austria.
Find out more about our music project Milan W. and the Tulnic Ensemble of Avram Iancu, commissioned by Europalia 2019 festival.
Luigi Monteanni explores the vast music territory of Indonesia. First stop: Priangan and Gamelan Degung.
The polyphony of modern metropolis is the natural soundscape for Houston based trio Khruangbin. Their sound is a rare fusion of influences that range from Thai funk to surf rock and psychedelia.