The hidden music of Africa is a whole ‘nother reissue

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Mad about music: Sudanese musician Jantra, whose name translates as “craziness”, with his trusty blue Yamaha keyboard, playing at a party in DarGoog in Sudan recently. His album Synthesized Sudan was released by Ostinato Records earlier this year. Photo: Janto Koité/Ostinato Records

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