Tag: Sarah Ludwig

This is Samba!

Music Reviews

Those unfamiliar with Brazilian music often lump it with its Latin and Afro-C…

Survivor

Music Reviews

Damn. This looks good – 19 tracks of pseudo-Polynesian pap that I could play…

Woman on Top

Music Reviews

There seems to be an awful lot of fuss about this film, and specifically abou…

Festa Brasil

Music Reviews

Like most Putumayo compilations, Festa Brasil is a fairly good startin…

Zuco 103

Music Reviews

Outro Lado (Ziriguiboom / Six Degrees). Review by Sarah Ludwig

Brasil 2mil

Music Reviews

The Soul of Bass-O-Nova (Six Degrees). Review by Sarah Ludwig

Atman

Adjective City

Tradition (Drunken Fish). Review by Sarah Ludwig

Badawi

Music Reviews

The Heretic of Ether (Asphodel). Review by Sarah Ludwig

Agricantus

Music Reviews

Best Of (World Class/Hearts of Space). Review by Sarah Ludwig

Ondar

Music Reviews

Back Tuva Future (Warner). Review by Sarah Ludwig

Pachora

Music Reviews

Unn (Knitting Factory). Review by Sarah Ludwig

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Screen Reviews

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Features

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