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· November, 2010

Stories about Music from November, 2010

Puerto Rico: Bloggers Criticize Censorship Call of Calle 13 Song

The president of the Puerto Rico Telecommunications Regulatory Board described Calle 13's latest song as "obscene" and "lewd" and has invited the general public to send their complaints so she...

Turkmenistan: Musical culture heritage online

Puerto Rico: New album by Calle 13

Jamaica: Funeral of the “Cool Ruler”

Colombia: Two More Colombian Traditions Named Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO

Angola: Is Yuri Da Cunha the future of Angolan music?

Latin America: Music Blog “Club Fonograma” Reviews Latin American Music in English

Angola: The Unique Sound of Luanda 1965 – 1976

Puerto Rico: The Caribbean Aesthetic in “El Juidero”

Serbia: Time of the Gypsies, a “Punk Opera”

Poland: Henryk Gorecki Dies

Chile: Three Chilean Pop Bands Reviewed

Puerto Rico: Indie Rockers Inspired by Internet Culture

Since entering Puerto Rico's buoyant independent music scene in late 2008, Los Niños Estelares have been known for their unique brand of socially-conscious, self-referential folk-pop sing-a-longs both online and off....

Côte d'Ivoire: New song for presidential election

South Korea: An Indie Band's Death and the ‘Acorn’ Controversy

Following the death of indie band member Lee Jin-won, Korean bloggers and Twitterers are boiling mad over the music industry's unfair distribution system. Lee is reported to have lived near...

Uganda: President's Rap Song

Jamaica: Dancehall and the Law

Haiti: Renown Orchestra Tabou Combo on Tour

Puerto Rico: New EP from Superaquello

Zambia: A Culture Denied

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