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OUT NOW! Music + Travel Worldwide: 12 Cities / 12 Scenes

Music+Travel Worldwide

In Music+Travel Worldwide our expert guides take a musical tour around the globe. Check out our sound sampler before you buy the book…   Jazz Land: Chicago by Peter Margasak Jazz Hometown Hero: Ken Vandermark and the Ken Vandermark 5     Click to hear 11 more… Read More »

It’s Good to be King

Dick el Demasiado by Patwasi Pat Taylor

Musician. Filmmaker. Producer. Writer. Artist. Dick el Demasiado, known to his legion of fans as the Cumbia king, has done it all. Breaking musical boundaries and relishing in the success of a career that follows its own path, by bucking tradition he has embraced a freedom that enables him to expand horizons most artists only dream of. We wanted to ... Read More »

Discovering: Cumbia

Zizek Club, Buenos Aires, Argentina

In Music+Travel Worldwide from Musyeon Guides, Eve Hyman takes you on a tour of Buenos Aires in search of the city’s cumbia scene. But what is cumbia, anyway? From folk music to the street to the club, check out our three-step cumbia crash course, after the jump…   Read More »

Introducing…

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Listen up and look out … Music+Travel Worldwide is coming! The latest from Museyon Guides, Music+Travel tours the globe searching for the freshest sounds coolest scenes, and it hits bookstores this October. Visit 12 cities from Beijing to Buenos Aires, from Addis Ababa to Australia. There you’ll discover the sounds of experimental music, new cumbia, Ethiopop, art rock and much, ... Read More »

Museyon Live

On Stage

Woah, it’s not every day that we offer you (not one, but) two chances to get to know our crew. We haven’t even released the details of our next title, Music + Travel, but you can get a sneak peak if you happen to be in New York this Thurs. Out multi-talented writers will be performing two shows. Alina Simone, ... Read More »

The Digital Domain: Argentina

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Buenos Aires is synonymous with tango, but cumbia is what more Argentines dance to. Also known as tropicál, it’s the sound of small towns and working-class neighborhoods, and it serves to connect Euro-intoxicated Buenos Aires to the rest of Latin America. Museyon Guide Eve Hyman takes you on a tour that extends beyond the city’s limits — head to the outskirts of town to dance ... Read More »

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