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Listening To: In the Air

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This mix is doing good things for a productive day.

Written by Anna Brones

October 26, 2011 at 13:45

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Foodie Music…

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Loving the new EcoSalon 8tracks cooking mix: 13 songs to dance in the kitchen to. Playlist:

  1. Portland, Oregon – Loretta Lynn
  2. 1901 – Phoenix
  3. Electric Feel – MGMT
  4. In The Round – The Cardigans
  5. Shine a Light – The Rolling Stones
  6. Get Up Off That Thang – James Brown
  7. Rocket – Goldfrapp
  8. Ta Douleur – Camille
  9. Tell Em – Sleigh Bells
  10. Let The Good Times Roll – Ray Charles
  11. L’amoureuse – Carla Bruni
  12. Thank U Mum (4 Everything You Did) – St. Germain
  13. Una Musica Brutal – Gotan Project


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September 29, 2011 at 22:23

Listening To: Shake it Out

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New Florence + The Machine song… can’t get enough.

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September 14, 2011 at 09:13

Listening To: Ta Douleur

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Keeping the French flavor going this week, with my fave song from Camille. J’adore.

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September 6, 2011 at 10:25

Killer Summer Music

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8tracks: my new favorite internet music channel. So hot right now. Check Hype Machine’s latest immediately.

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August 24, 2011 at 16:36

Swedish Music: JJ

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Opened up my latest issue of Paste Magazine and happened upon a review of Swedish group jj. Love new Swedish music discoveries. This song is from the group’s recently released jj nº 3. Listen and enjoy.

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May 12, 2010 at 08:12

Good Music for a Good Cause: French Caribbean

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I never enjoyed the trendy music of Guadeloupe; reggaeton will probably never be my style. But the authentic rhythms that mix traditional Creole and French sounds are one of a kind. French Caribbean is an excellent collection of just that, and Putumayo just re-released it in order to give 100% of proceeds to Haiti Relief efforts. Good music for a good cause.


Article cross-posted from Planet Green.

When a crisis like the recent earthquake in Haiti hits, it’s hard to focus on the positive. Since January 12, 2010 most of us have been consumed with images of devastation. We’ve heard stories of families and communities ripped apart and we’ve discussed how a country that was in a situation of such poverty even before the earthquake struck will ever be able to rebuild itself. But an essential part of having that discussion entails focusing on the positive, moving away from the heart wrenching images of the effects of a natural catastrophe and instead highlighting the creativity and warmth of a people.

That’s what Putumayo World Music believes. In response to the earthquake in Haiti, the label is re-releasing two albums with sounds and rhythms straight from the affected region: French Caribbean and the children’s CD, Caribbean Playground. 100% of the proceeds from each album will be donated to the Red Cross for Haitian relief throughout 2010.

“In 1976, I had the extraordinary experience of visiting this unique country and became a fan of its music, art and people. As a resident of New Orleans, I’ve witnessed how a city can come back from virtual ruin. Haiti will rise again!” – Dan Storper, Founder/CEO

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Written by Anna Brones

February 23, 2010 at 10:18