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Malian singer and guitarist Sidi Touré brings his finger-picking styles to the Crocodile Wednesday in support of Koïma , his second full-length for venerable

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Today Reverb Recommends Exploring the Malian Folk of Guitarist Sidi Touré Before He Plays Wednesday at the Croc

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Malian singer and guitarist Sidi Touré brings his finger-picking styles to the Crocodile Wednesday in support of Koïma, his second full-length for venerable Chicago indie Thrill Jockey. On Koïma, Touré stays in the Songhaï folk tradition from which he draws inspiration, but takes advantage of studio time and a backing quintet for a record of joyful dance music that's a departure from the spare duets of his first record, Sahel Folk. This marks only the second time Touré's toured the states, so if you're a fan of African music or just want to try something new, we recommend heading to the Croc on Wednesday.

Catch Sidi Touré at the Crocodile Wednesday, July 18th, at 8 p.m. and live on KEXP tomorrow, July 17th, at 6 p.m.

Watch a video for the song "Ni See Ay Ga Done" after the jump.

Sidi Touré - Ni See Ay Ga Done from Thrill Jockey Records on Vimeo.

 
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