- Songlines Magazine May 2020 – Feature on San Salvador June 18, 2020
From Corrèze to the World
Mark Sampson chats to the dynamic French vocal sextet San Salvador during a brief moment at home in south-west France following a whirlwind 18 months of international touring.
From the tiny hamlet in which this group of childhood friends rehearse, you look across verdant, rolling pastures to the Monédière hills on the ...
- Hermeto Pascoal Wins 2019 Latin Grammy November 16, 2019
We are very pleased to announce that on November 14, 2019, the 2019 Latin Grammy was awarded to Hermeto Pascoal in the category Best Portuguese Language Roots Album for his recording “Hermeto Pascoal E Sua Visão Original Do Forró” – Hermeto Pascoal (Scubidu Music).
- Composer who turned down OBE says he later accepted CBE in tribute to his parents’ “immigrant experience” July 31, 2019
When Nitin Sawhney was offered an OBE in 2007 for services to music, his father asked him to accept the order of chivalry for his birthday – but he turned it down, citing the Iraq War and saying he “could not handle the idea of the word ’empire'” after his name.
But 12 years later, Sawhney, ...
- NYTimes’ Paul Krugman at DakhaBrakha Concert July 2, 2019
Paul Krugman is the New York Times Op-Ed columnist who holds forth on macroeconomics, trade, health care, social policy and politics. He is the author or editor of 27 books and more than 200 papers in professional journals and edited volumes. And he loves DakhaBrakha!
In June, he attended their concert in New York City and ...