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some modern psy latin vibes:

 

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Chilean street music, playing a home made PVC pipe drum thing, fucking sick

 

 

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this is already in the africa thread but it deserves to be everywhere, from The Gambia:

 

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forgot if this was posted

belarusian

 

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azerbaijan

 

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A website dedicated to 78rpm recordings of folkloric and vernacular music from around the world.

https://excavatedshellac.com/

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When I minored in music history I took a course on popular music from around the world, and one of the first lectures broke down the long, complicated and messy history of the term "world history" that emerged in the 1980s, when the term as it was used by experimental / avant-garde western musicians incorporating non-Western styles and instruments was quickly co-opted as a music industry "genre" and aesthetic, commodified the way 'new age' was. A lot of it is hit on in this video.

 

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moldovian jazz funk from 1977

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late 60s polish poly-pop

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Thailand

Madagascar

 

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On 10/17/2019 at 7:16 PM, joshuatxuk said:

When I minored in music history I took a course on popular music from around the world, and one of the first lectures broke down the long, complicated and messy history of the term "world history" that emerged in the 1980s, when the term as it was used by experimental / avant-garde western musicians incorporating non-Western styles and instruments was quickly co-opted as a music industry "genre" and aesthetic, commodified the way 'new age' was. A lot of it is hit on in this video.

 

I was kind of thinking about this and I guess this thread is not about the "world music"- i.e. music made by people who are not from the culture their music is stealing drawing inspiration from but instead authentic music from various locales which I guess is better. So, I posted a couple of tracks that are authentic local music for local people and not primarily sold as exotic music to other cultures.

But coming from a "non-english speaking place" I started to think what I would post here from my country and the idea started to feel stupid. What is my native music? Finnish black metal or IDM or any of the thousand different genres made in here? The thread started to feel like it implicates that the music can be divided into two distinct sets: "our" music and the world music which somehow is not in the same continuum as the music from the anglosphere but is always experienced as the exotic other.

Finally I got too deep into the analysis of world music, cultural influence, sampling, post-colonialism, etc and now I'm questioning my own tastes in music and even possibly how I've made some of my own tracks.

So, I guess I'll fuck off and here's a song from my native land

 

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music from peru has been mentioned but I don't think it was the good ol traditional stuff? is v pretty

 

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