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· September, 2010

Stories about Music from September, 2010

Nigeria: This Bitch of a Life Tour

Jamaica: Back to Court for Banton

Jamaican bloggers - nay, regional bloggers - have been following dancehall music icon Buju Banton's drug possession court case with great interest. Yesterday, news broke that the jury was evenly...

UK: Interview With Donald Newholm On ‘History of USSR’ Tetris Song

Hungary: “Roma Reports”

Music: CD Brings together banned and censored musicians

Listen to the Banned is a music CD bringing together musicians who have been banned, censored or imprisoned due to their music. It features artists from Afghanistan, Cote D’Ivoire, Iran,...

Trinidad & Tobago: Parang Time

Uruguay: A Weekend Celebrating the Country's Heritage

Russia: Shnurov's “Khimki Forest” Song

China: Tibetan writer awaiting trial

Tanzania: Music in Tanzanian Politics

Venezuela: Web Videos Encouraging Citizens to Vote

Venezuelans will be voting on September 26th to renew the whole body of the National Assembly, the unicameral legislative body which substituted the Congress, and online, dozens of people are...

Macedonia, Greece: Porcupine Tree Concert in Thessaloniki

USA and Ghana: The most powerful black men on twitter

Jamaica: Banton Preps For Trial

Caribbean: Farewell, Arrow

Caribbean bloggers are mourning the loss of one of the region's soca music pioneers - Alphonsus Cassell, better known as “Arrow” - whose mega-hit, Hot, Hot, Hot is largely credited...

Guyana: Gold Rush?

South Africa: Listen to Benguela's Meridian

South Africa: Listen to the Black Southeaster

Martinique: Grande Dame Passes On

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