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Each month we present to you the top world music album releases, as seen through the eyes of the World Music Charts Europe and Transglobal World Music Chart. At the end of each year, both monthly listings add up to the winner of the WOMEX Label Award and its runner-ups.

For the World Music Charts Europe (WMCE), the world's first association of its kind, Radio DJs and programmers from 24 European countries collect their top albums of the month - usually presented in the DJs' programmes and the channels that present them. EURORADIO offers the opportunity to syndicate these programms to members of the exchange system.

Transglobal World Music Chart (TWMC) was conceived in 2015 as an open network of music activists spreading world, roots and traditional music. It is open to makers and...

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Each month we present to you the top world music album releases, as seen through the eyes of the World Music Charts Europe and Transglobal World Music Chart. At the end of each year, both monthly listings add up to the winner of the WOMEX Label Award and its runner-ups.

For the World Music Charts Europe (WMCE), the world's first association of its kind, Radio DJs and programmers from 24 European countries collect their top albums of the month - usually presented in the DJs' programmes and the channels that present them. EURORADIO offers the opportunity to syndicate these programms to members of the exchange system.

Transglobal World Music Chart (TWMC) was conceived in 2015 as an open network of music activists spreading world, roots and traditional music. It is open to makers and...

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It is with great sadness that we heard the news about Gash Ayele Mamo. He has been a great musician and a gentle person that we had the honor to have worked with on our Afropentatonism album.

Here, we would like to share a personal note from Alhousseini Anivolla on their common musical memories:

"When we started the Afropentatonism project in 2018, Girum invited Ayele to take part. I remember well the evening at the Italian cultural center in Addis Ababa when we all gathered for the first concert together. Ayele came quietly to the other musicians and took his place on the stage, from the small instrument case he took his mahogany-colored mandolin. He didn't speak much, the more overwhelming was his music, his solo, with which he enriched the song "Tamadrite Nakal"...

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