Bedouine, a gallicized riff on bedouin, the nomad, the wanderer. Anyone can assume such a name, but Azniv Korkejian has an experience of what it means, the type of ground it covers. Born in Aleppo, Syria to Armenian parents, Korkejian spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia, then moved to Boston, then Houston, then split for L.A. as soon as she could. She moved around again, but eventually found her way back to L.A. Her sound is sixties folk meets seventies country-funk with a glimmer of bossa nova cool, lithe guitar picking and precise lyrical excursions. With her debut, self-titled album landing on multiple best of year lists including Paste and Time Out New York, it seems Bedouine the wanderer has found a home as a celebrated musician.