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Is there a better way to market music from across the globe? The World of Music, Arts and Dance Festival, AKA Womad , which was founded seven years before the term gained prominence, similarly used it as a catch-all for its roster of international artists. But the term soon faced opposition. A bold and audacious move, White Man! Instead of signifying a certain emotional honesty, it is a marketing rubric. The world category falls at the bottom of year-end streaming and sales figures lists, accounting for 0. So why has the term persisted? For that reason, a general term or genre still does work as an in-point for music buyers. Other industry heads are less equivocal. At worst, the term is out-and-out racist.
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New music from around the world The best new tracks and videos from around the world, courtesy of our global team of music experts. Five must-listen new tracks from around the world. Published: PM. Six must-listen new tracks from around the world. This week: Australian indie, Slovenian rap and irish electro. This week: electro-noise bands and a dancehall king. Here are five new tunes from off the beaten track. Here are 11 new tunes from off the beaten track. Nine must-listen new tracks from around the world. Here are nine new tunes from off the beaten track.

Clubs are closed. So are bars and arenas and coffee shops and theaters. But while live music has come to a terrifying halt , artists have been anything but silent during the coronavirus crisis. Musicians are currently bringing their art directly to their fans through live streams, surprise releases, and digital concerts. And we need it now, perhaps more than we have in a long time, for comfort and escape, and to make sense of the world around us. Acts like Waxahatchee and Fiona Apple have released albums that are—in hindsight—prescient snapshots of our current time, whether they offer beacons of hope or solitary musings on individuality and the human spirit. Others, like Jamie xx, have gifted surprise releases as a welcome distraction from the world around us; tracks that are primed for quarantine dance parties and nightly releases of pent up energy. Follow along as we update this list and our own Spotify playlist throughout the rest of the year. Apply liberally to the affected area. But buried beneath the subject matter, the song has an easygoing complexion and an innate sense of hope.

Is there a better way to market music from across the globe? The World of Music, Arts and Dance Festival, AKA Womad , which was founded seven years before the term gained prominence, similarly used it as a catch-all for its roster of international artists. But the term soon faced opposition. A bold and audacious move, White Man! Instead of signifying a certain emotional honesty, it is a marketing rubric. The world category falls at the bottom of year-end streaming and sales figures lists, accounting for 0.

So why has the term persisted? For that reason, a general term or genre still does work as an in-point for music buyers. Other industry heads are less equivocal. At worst, the term is out-and-out racist.

The musicians who have found themselves in the world record bins largely agree. Indian jazz drummer and producer Sarathy Korwar finds the term lazy. Congolese funk band Bantou Mentale, encountered similar issues. Their solution? It is a question of ethnicity as much as one of perceived authenticity and category. London-based trio Vula Viel centre their work around the west African xylophone, the gyil, which bandleader Bex Burch learned when she spent three years with the Dagaaba people in Ghana.

Burch hails from Yorkshire and the other members of Vula Viel are white. It was the Bollywood songs that played through our kitchen radio and that my grandma listened to religiously. It was the devotional music I heard at temple, and perhaps even the reggae records my mum put on.

To me, this was simply music — to be included with the other formative records and artists of my childhood: Motown, hip-hop, jazz. When the Guardian began its world music coverage, it was a reflection of a music industry coming to terms with a new, globalised landscape — one not only confined to the recesses of the record store.

The Guardian has therefore ceased using this tag on its articles: only a relevant genre tag such as pop and rock, dance music and metal will be used. Rest assured that we are more committed than ever to telling the stories of music around the world, be it disco divas from India , techno from Uganda , reinventions of classical Korean instrumentation , or political Turkish psych-rock.

Our world album of the month column has, meanwhile, been renamed global album of the month , which does not answer the valid complaints of the artists and record label founders who have been plagued by catch-all terms. Yet, in the glorious tyranny of endless internet-fuelled musical choice, marginalised music still needs championing and signposting in the west. Musically, no, but as a genre to champion and curate this fantastic world of music, sure.

All that matters is championing new music for people to hear and enjoy. The music essay Pop and rock. Shining a spotlight on global talent Photograph: Laurent Seroussi. Ammar Kalia. Wed 24 Jul



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