Somali songs reveal why musical crate digging is cultural archaeology

Crate diggers are cultural archaeologists who dedicate their time, money and energy to collecting musical artefacts that provide alternative histories from the fringes of society. They frequent record stores, flea markets, garage sales, charity shops and other places of 'disposal' to find rare vinyl records or cassettes. by Michael Bhatch

http://theconversation.com/somali-songs-reveal-why-musical-crate-digging-is-a-form-of-cultural-archaeology-100285

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