Ned Sublette — composer, musician, musicologist, and one of the stars of Vidas Perfectas (which will make its way to Marfa next year) — just released Hip Deep Angola Part Two: 21st Century Urban Angola: Kizomba, Kudiro, Afro-House, and Beyond. The second in his series about Angola, this show focuses entirely on African electronic music. Sublette explains, “Peace came to Angola in 2002 after forty-two years of war, and now everything is different, with construction under way everywhere. The postwar generation of the last ten years communicates via text-messaging and electronic music. The biggest of which is the techno-meets-rap-meets-African-dance style known as kuduro (literally, “hard-ass”).” Check it out. –NI
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James said: “He’s paid his dues.
I mean when Tiger had his first win he was just three years of age.
The Nasib crossing is the only functioning crossing between Jordan and Syria and is considered a crucial gateway for Syria’s government and for Syrian, Lebanese and Jordanian traders and merchants.
Joseph’s Basilica and members of the Fire Department acted as guards at the church steps.
The gym is good for two things:
1) Getting sexy
2) Preparing for more intense adventures and extreme tasks.
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Schmid and Senator Donald Cameron in 1980, and to the Lethbridge Symphony and Dorothy and William Beckel in 1981.
Thank you, Brett Hundley, although expectations have increased so dramatically that after the Bruins lost to Stanford last month, Mazzone told Los Angeles reporters “I want to give a shout out to my mom and my dog, because they’re the only two people that like me right now.