If you can't wait to get your ears around the fantastic new album we have a special download offer for you. If you pre-order the new album on CD by Justin Adams and Juldeh Camara from our online shop before the official release date of May 11th you can automatically download a digital version of the music now!
On Tuesday April 22nd CBC Radio in Canada will be broadcasting a concert to mark this year's International Earth Day. CBC have invited performers from 6 different continents for this occasion. All of the performers sing about their land. Mamer is one of the artists who is playing and you will be able to hear the performance on Canada Live.
Follow the link below on 22nd April to listen.
Justin Adams and Juldeh Camara will be playing an exclusive concert at this year's WOMAD Abu Dhabi on Saturday 25th April. They will be joined on this occasion with special guest Robert Plant for what promises to be a memorable night.
For more information on this concert please follow the link to the WOMAD Abu Dhabi site below.
The new album by Justin Adams and Juldeh Camara "Tell No Lies" will be released by Real World Records on May 11.
"Tell No Lies" is the place where the deep roots of African music nourish the raw electric groove of rock and roll, where Gnawa spirit rhythms come up against Chicago distortion, West London howl and a Sahel Wail. Following the critically-acclaimed 'Soul Science' (for which they won a BBC World Music Award) this second album takes them deeper into their own special world - no academic experiment but a genuine fusion of musical souls.
To launch this exciting new release, Justin Adams and Juldeh Camara will be playing at London Jazz Cafe on Wednesday 13th May.
They will both be touring extensively over the coming months so check our tour dates page for the latest updates.
This week's Rob Da Bank show on BBC Radio One features Bethan Elfyn with a global musical feast as she uncovers the best tunes on the planet in Around The World In 60 Records.
From Ethiopia she chose Dub Colossus "Entoto Dub" and from Cambodia, Dengue Fever "Tiger Phone Card".
Comedian, broadcaster and GP Dr Phil Hammond hosts the show, The Book Group, where he asks each of three guests to play the track of their choice for the delight or disdain of the others.
This week's guests included musician and composer Nitin Sawhney, whose choice was The Massive Attack remix of Mustt Mustt by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. This track features on the Qawwali master's Real World album, 'Mustt Mustt'. It was also Real World Records' first single release (complete with home made artwork by 3D of Massive!)
Having popularised this beautiful and inspirational music to a worldwide audience, with this album Nusrat explored various Western styles and rhythms, to which he brought his own Asian approach. Produced by Michael Brook, who also plays guitar, "Mustt Mustt" is a unique meeting of international talent.
The Book Group, BBC Radio 4, broadcast Tuesday 14th April
The closing date for the Daby Touré remix competition is almost upon us. Friday April 3rd is the deadline so now is the time to get your remixes finished! Also visit the Real World Remixed website to find instructions on how to vote for your favourite ones.
Remix Daby Touré's track Setal and be in with a chance to win an ipod Nano and jam with Daby over the winning remix at his show in Amsterdam on April 11th.
It's short notice, but if you or someone you know is floating around Hollywood tonight, this screening of 'Sleepwalking Through The Mekong' at Amoeba's Monday Movies sounds like the place to be. There will be a Q&A after the screening with members of the band who will sign copies of the CD/DVD.
Sleepwalking Through the Mekong follows Los Angeles based band Dengue Fever on their recent journey to Cambodia to perform 60s and 70s Cambodian rock n' roll in the country where it was created and very nearly destroyed. The odyssey is a homecoming for singer Chhom Nimol and a transformation for the rest of the band as they perform with master musicians and record new songs along the way.