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London-based African genre blenders and benders Ibibio Sound Machine have released their rich and infectious new album, Doko Mien, with frontwoman Eno Williams singing in both English and Ibibio–the Nigerian language the band takes its name from–along to danceworthy grooves at the crossroads of tradition and technology.

**Best reason to put on your dancin’ shoes: Ibibio Sound Machine: Doko Mien
**Best reason bathrooms and garages still make great recording studios: Charlie Christmas: Weird Old Man


AG Weinberger/Reborn/Bigfoot Records/Blues
Blind Raccoon and Nola Blue/Collection Volume 1 /Blind Raccoon/Nola Blue/Blues
Bone Acre/Oll Korrect/s/r/Rock
Brandon Santini/The Longshot/American Showplace/Blues
Buddahfly/Ancient Fire/Roots Musician Records/Reggae
Charlie Christmas/Weird Old Man/s/r/Rock
Dexter Story/Bahir/Soundway Records/World/**digital**
Dirt Buyer/Dirt Buyer/Danger Collective/Rock**digital**
Gary Clark Jr.`/This Land/Warner Bros/Rock
Ibibio Sound Machine/Doko Mien/Merge Records/World Dance
Kenny Parker/Hellfire/Rock-A-While Records/Blues
Kiwi Jr./Football Money/Mint Records/Rock/**digital**
Pat Byrne/Rituals/s/r/Roots Rock
Robin Trower/Coming Closer To The Day/Mascot Music/Provogue/Blues
Stephen Malkmus/Groove Denied/Matador/Synth Rock/**digital**
Tarah Who?/64 Women/Kurukulla Records/Garage Punk
The Fire Ants/The Up Side of Down/s/r/Rock
The Scaners/II/Dirty Water Records/Punk/**digital**

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