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The New Arts Desk Radio Show 7

The New Arts Desk Radio Show 7

The return of our dynamic duo, as ever going beyond global

Xylouris White: modernising the lute

After something of a schedule disruption due to the summer festival season (although watch out for some specials recorded over that period), Peter and Joe are back refreshed, renewed and ready to take you around the world and beyond again with their regular shows in partnership with MeatTransMission in Shoreditch.

This time round there's Greek-Australian lute-and-drums improv, Bollywood electro-disco, doomy Nordic torch songs, southern Gothic trap beats, Afrobeat, acid house, desert dub and a whole lot more. Dive in!


The Arts Desk 19/09/14 by Meattransmission on Mixcloud



Herbie Hancock – Wiggle Waggle
Cacique – Cacique
Chancho via Circuito – Sueño en Paraguay
D-Pulse – Astronomers
Tamikrest / Dennis Bovell – Itou Dubwise
Preservation Hall Jazz Band – That's It!
Suicide Year – I Don't Care About Death Because I Smoke
Nazia Hassan – Boom Boom
Bobby Konders – Nervous Acid
Tony Allen – Movin' On
Aurelio – Milaguru
Xylouris White – Suburb
Cooly G – Want
Torn Hawk – Under Wolf Rule
Niagara – Currybox
Lail Arad – 1934 (A Song for Leonard Cohen)
Vakia Stavrou – Bellaroussa
Laura Moody – Call This Time Love
Jenny Hval & Susanna – I Have Walked This Body
R.U.T.A. – Batracka dola
Yusef Lateef – The Plum Blossom
Ernesto Ferreyra – Underwater Lies
Jabula – Sorrows / Let us be Free

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