EDIT. Actually, the Soundcloud its from has a ton: https://soundcloud.com/ostinatorecords
It's a small blog full of awesome Somali music from the 1970s and 1980s.
If I may?
Somalia is a beautiful country. I've been twice, the second time was when I was able to spend six months.
While I didn't go to an music venues, there was still a great deal of music. Yes, people sing and dance - even when they are oppressed. I was last there to hand out aid and it was beautiful to see how people with so little, to the point of requiring aid, were still so generous.
What irks me is the people who try to claim that Somalia is a land without government. No, they have lots of government. People just don't recognize this and they are illegitimate. You may know them by another name, warlords.
These fiefdoms have everything from taxation to laws, to paperwork and permits, and more. They are very much a governed people. In some areas, we even needed permission from multiple groups in order to travel.
Anyhow, if you get the chance, go. Before I went, I got a phone call from some guy who worked for the State Department. They used some choice words to tell me that my government would be unable to help should something go wrong. Yeah, it's a dangerous place but it was worth the risks. It really is a beautiful place that is full of (mostly) wonderful people.