ISSUE NO. 123
 
September/October - 2013
EMBARK: Events around the Caribbean in September and October • Discover a new crop of Jamaican artists, experience J’Ouvert Brooklyn style, and jam to Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival • Cayman-based Admas Mahdere brings Ethiopian textures to the Caribbean • The West Indies women’s cricket team is on the rise • Travel tips from Vincentian artist and ARC magazine editor Holly Bynoe • This month’s reading picks • Recent tunes to get your feet tapping • Franka Philip remembers the late Mott Green and his vision for Grenadian chocolate • IMMERSE: Chutney soca’s rise to mainstream popularity in Trinidad began in the 1990s, and today’s artistes are hits of the Carnival season and the year-round concert curcuit. Photographer Mark Lyndersay’s portraits capture two generations of chutney soca stars, while writer Essiba Small explains how the sound has evolved over the decades • Little known outside Barbados, Landship is a unique performance tradition — drawing on naval lore — with deep community roots.
 
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