Daara J (Pronounced Daa-raa Jee, which means "The School" in the Wolof language) are a Senegalese rap trio, consisting of N’Dango D, Aladji Man and Faada Freddy. Their music blends western hiphop with traditional African rhythms to create a great infectionsly dancy style. In their last album, Boomrang, they were joined by guests including Rokia Traore, who is one of the leading women in Malian music.
Los Ladrones was a rock band from Argentina. One of their greatest hits is the single "La Rubia del Avion". The album "Los Ladrones Sueltos" was sold a lot in Brazil in the 90s.
There are five bands using this name: 1) A thrash metal/symphonic black metal one man band from Malta. Sauron composes all of the music for Apotheosis. Although the band was formed in autumn of 1993, it wasn't until 2002 that Sauron released a full length, the four track epic Farthest From The Sun. 2) A two piece doom band from Toledo, Ohio. Their first album, 'Husk', was self-released in 2011 and they are currently (9/12) completing their second release, 'Bane'.
Abida Parveen (Urdu: عابدہ پروین), a Pakistani singer, is one of the foremost exponents of Sufi music. Her forte is the kafi and the ghazal, though she has also ventured into traditional male territory and sung qawwalis. She is known for her particularly stunning voice, as well as her vivid musical imagination. She has attained legendary status in the Indian Sub-Continent, especially within her home province of Sindh, Pakistan.
Malik is a Rai artist from Oran, Algeria.
There are some other obscure artists which also use this name.
Alan Steward is a Producer, Song Writer and Recording Artist who produced hits for Grammy winning artists like the Baha Men (Who let the Dogs out), Dennis Edwards (Don't look any further) and Eddie Kendricks (Keep on Trucking) both original members of the Temptations. Their single "Get it while its hot" (co-written by Jermaine Jackson) became a club hit and went on to spawn four remixes. He is credited by many as the ‘father’ or originator of house music...
Secret Archives of the Vatican have been making their own distinctive brand of what they call ‘transglobal breakbeat dub science’ for a few years now, more recently introducing dubstep and glitchy electronica influences to the mix. They are a small collective, based across the UK but with main recording facilities in Croydon, South London. They’ve played live at various festivals in the UK and in Morocco and have contributed tracks to several compilations worldwide.
Tanghetto is a Buenos Aires-based band that focuses its material in the combination of Argentine tango with electronic music, jazz and other musical genres. The “Tanghetto sound” is rather unique; it's a fusion of diverse sources of inspiration, both contemporary and traditional, that converge in Buenos Aires with the bandoneon (the nostalgic and characteristic instrument of the tango). Bandoneon takes the singer's role and is surrounded by diverse acoustic instruments and a sonic wall of synths and samplers.
Bill Frisell was born in Baltimore, but was raised in Denver, CO. Once a classical clarinetist, he established a firm base in his traditional harmonic knowledge early on in life. Throughout high school and college he also played guitar in various rock and R&B groups in the Denver area. During high school, however, he became profoundly interested in jazz guitar. In 1971 Frisell attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, and also began studying with Jim Hall, one of the prominent jazz guitarists of the 1960s.
Bedouin Ascent is a unique artist best known for his work with Rising High Records, Ninja Tune and his own No-Immortal label. having influenced a generation of producers such as Luke Vibert, Aphex Twin, Talvin Singh and more besides and continues to produce and remix. he was the asian underground before asian underground became the cliche to avoid. oops.