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The New Arts Desk Radio Show 6

The New Arts Desk Radio Show 6

Peter and Joe bring you indie, electronica and sonnets from around the world and beyond

The utterly extraordinary Dakhabrakha

Due to summer festival mayhem and a technical glitch or two, June's show is here slightly belatedly - but it's more than worth waiting for as it's an absolute beast of a two-hour spectacular.

Peter and Joe are culturally globetrotting as ever, and bring you everything from Philadelphia space-travellers to Shakespeare-repurposing Ukrainian revolutionary cabaret troupes; dreams of Fife to dinner with one of the USA's most important composers; Finnish supermarket-themed indie-rock to ambient Mexican grime. Tune in, turn on and bug out... 

 

The Arts Desk 05/06/14 by Meattransmission on Mixcloud

 

Tracklist:

Part 1:

Freaks – Are you a Freak?
Apanhador Só – Mordido
Trwbador – Pictures
Caio Castelo – unknown
Friends from Rio – Casino Bangu (Lembrancas Do Ed Lincoln) (feat Banda Utopia)
David Batteau – Spaceship Earth
Wildest Dreams – Gypsy Eyes
Ibrahime Maalouf – Nomade Slang
Gumnaam – Untitled
Hamilton Leithauser – The Silent Orchestra
Pictish Trail – Into the Smoke
The Darcys – Hunting

Part 2:

Pshwnsky – Wrist
Dakh Daughters – The Rose of Donbass
Dakhabrakha & Port Mone – Kpyny
Delay Trees – Sister
Siinai – Smiling Cashier
Donato Dozzy – K6
St Louis Symphony Orchestra – John Adams's Saxophone Concerto: I. Animato
Fhloston Paradigm – Tension Remains
Totó La Momposina – Pacantó

Philadelphia space-travellers to Shakespeare-repurposing Ukrainian revolutionary cabaret troupes

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