In the late s, in the capital of Ethiopia, record store owner-turned-music producer Amha Eshete noticed something strange: there was no Ethiopian music being produced and sold in his country. Herein began the birth of recorded Ethiopian music, imbued with the flavours of funk, soul and jazz. Slave To The Grind is the first documentary on Grindcore to capture the genre's 35 year life span. Bulgarian-born Miroslav Morski is an immigrant in London who has dedicated his life to music.
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After years of searching for direction, at 43 he gets a chance to start a family and finally make it as a musician. Beyond the Notes explores the vision behind an iconic American jazz record label. Since , Blue Note artists have been encouraged to push creative boundaries in search of uncompromising expressions. After four well-received albums and 10 years of touring, conflicting perspectives on success have pushed the two apart.
Could this be the end of the Sheffield-based indie band? Her raw raps are autobiographical and strongly focused on sexual identity, politics and her immigrant background — her father is from Syria, her mother from Lithuania. Loud, fearless and un typical girls: Gina Birch The Raincoats and Helen Reddington The Chefs , musicians and punk icons turned directors, serve up a fascinating documentary built on new interviews with the women who played instruments in punk bands in the s.
Pop music…but in Welsh.