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· March, 2007

Stories about Music from March, 2007

Bahrain: When ‘moderate’ means ‘acquiescent’

This week some Bahraini bloggers took part in an evening regarding the role of blogging in cultural development, and the literary aspect of online writing in particular. Hisham Khalifa has...

Jamaica: African/Brazilian Connection

Arabisc: Job Hunting in Bahrain?

Bahraini blogger Silverooo, who has just graduated from university, may have hit the jackpot and will soon be making more money than any other graduate her age. Her idea? The...

Zimbabwe: taking gospel too far!

Morocco: El Bicho and Darga Perform April 1st

Kyrgyzstan: Svetlana Nazarenko

Latvia: Ukrainian and Russian Folk Music

Chile: Censorship, Victor Jara and Los Tres

German “Open Music” Band Dedicates a Concert for Peru

[Editors Note: The following post originally appeared on the weblog of Creative Commons Peru and was translated into english by Juliana Rincón Parra. We've already seen a rural Ecuadorean “techno-folklorist”...

Trinidad & Tobago: Farewell to Icons

Kazakhstan: Nauryz Soundtrack

Palestine: Hip Hip Concert

Trinidad & Tobago: A podcast returns

Jordanian Blogs: A Snow Day & Other Mid-March Tales

The biggest story to take the Jordanian blogosphere by storm seems to be the strange weather lately. A snow storm swept the country for 24 hours and many bloggers had...

Senegal: meet Gokh-Bi System

Electronic arts scene mingles with marginalized communities in Colombia

Take electronic media, a community with a violent history and music, and you have the necessary ingredients to make a Pixelazo. “Pixelazo is the new Colombian node in the Pixelache...

Bahrain: A better literary life for civil servants?

We begin this week's review of Bahrain's blogs with Lulu's review of Bahrain's second annual Spring of Culture. Regarding the music/poetry/dance performance headlined by Marcel Khalife, and which caused controversy...

Brazil: Hip Hop and Education

Palestine: It's All in the Kuffiyeh

Guinea-Conakry: standing up to a power-hungry President

The technological revolution that enables ordinary citizens to capture and upload video footage on the web has been slow to take root in West Africa. Up to now we haven’t...

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