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theartsdesk Radio Show 22 - the autumn's newest global sounds | reviews, news & interviews

theartsdesk Radio Show 22 - the autumn's newest global sounds

theartsdesk Radio Show 22 - the autumn's newest global sounds

The latest globalist sound sensations including Indian gamelan, Somalian funk and Spanish trip-hop

Anchorsong: Japan goes to Bollywood

The latest in Peter Culshaw’s occasional updates in the best of new global music features unreleased tracks from forthcoming autumn releases and re-releases dug up by eccentric crate-diggers. Even more lunatically eclectic than usual we have some Somalian funk, Bollywood-meets-Sakamoto (Anchorsong - main picture), French Tango and Turkish psychedelia. New music unleashed includes fabulous tracks of new albums by Susheela Raman’s gamelan fusion Ghost Gamelan (appearing at the South Bank September 21), Anglo-Brazilian star Nina Miranda’s trip-hop update with Daxuva, and new Brazilian groove masters Bixiga 70. Hats off to adventurous record companies like Glitterbeat, Mr Bongo, Naïve, Analog Africa,TruThoughts, Six Degrees, Rough Guides and others whose sheer enthusiasm remains an inspiration. Next show: Brexit music for people who really hate foreign cultures…..

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PLAYLIST 

 

ANCHOR SONG - Foreign River

 

BIXIGA 70 - Qubra-Cabeça

 

DUR-DUR BAND - Yaboo

 

GYEDU-BLAY AMBOLLEY - Akoko Ba

 

PLAZA FRANCIA ORCHESTRA - Te Prohibo

 

GAYA SU AKYOL - Laziko

 

SUSHEELA RAMAN AND SAM MILLS - Annabel

 

ANCHORSONG - Correlate

 

DAXUVA and NNA MIRANDA - Exist

 

GARA SU AKYOL - Istikrarli Hayal Hakikattir

 

MUSIC FROM THE TEMPLE OF LIGHT - Shiva In The Rain

 

ALI AKBAR KHAN - Ahir Bhaira

 

SUSHEELA RAMAN AND SAM MILLS - Going Down

 

ALBA GRIOT ENSEMBLE - Melt My Blues Away

 

OUT OF NATIONS - Khafif (Feat. Hazem Shaheen)

 

FARA - Port Polka, Rognvald Ritch, The Little / The Shore

 

HATER - From The Bottom Of Your Heart

 

ANCHOR SONG - Majesty

 

BOKANTÈ AND METROPOLE ORKEST- Fanm

 

MOIRA - Time

 

DUR DUR BAND - Dinleeya

 

BIXIGA - 4 Cantos

 

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