Celebrating the music of four departed musicians who left us in May: Macedonian sax player Ferus Mustafov, the female member of Brazilian psychedelicists Os Mutantes, Rita Lee, Skatalites saxophonist Lester Sterling, and founder member of popular Moroccan band Jil Jilala, Moulay Tahar Asbahani.
Vieux Farka Touré plays two gigs in Dublin this weekend - the date postponed from February in the Button Factory, and a second one in the Sugar Club.
Tinariwen bring in country influences on the new album with production from Daniel Lanois.
Eblis Álvarez casts his spell over a collaboration with Swiss duo Cyril Cyril, and Chupame El Dedo, his partnership with Pedro Ojeda.
Eliades Ochoa is the veteran Buena Vista troubadour.
Faizal Mostrixx is a Ugandan afro-futurist producer.
Talking Spirits were formerly the James Lascelles Quartet, based in London.
Bokani Dyer is a South African singer and pianist.
The Total Refreshment Centre is a hub of forward-thinking music and culture in London.
Malian singer, Rokia Koné, is working with Irish producer Jacknife Lee.
Iranian-Kurdish kamancheh virtuoso, Kayhan Kalhor, duets with kora supremo Toumani Diabaté.
Another kora master, Seckou Keita, has recorded with the BBC Concert Orchestra and cellist Abel Selaocoe.
Scotland meets Scandinavia in the form of Sarah-Jane Summers, Juhani Silvola and Norway’s Sølvstrøk.
Check the latest Transglobal World Music Chart here