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The New Arts Desk Radio Show 8 | reviews, news & interviews

The New Arts Desk Radio Show 8

The New Arts Desk Radio Show 8

Bamako, Mali, Fukushima, Rio, Jerusalem, and into outer space with Peter and Joe

Soulful grime artist Mr Mitch

Peter and Joe are back on MeatTransmission, and as ever their selection goes "Beyond Global" with quite a few voyages out of the world into territories cosmic, ambient and generally out there - stopping in Bamako, Mali, Fukushima, Rio, Jerusalem, Bucharest, Moscow, Lewisham and Avalon along the way for good measure. Expect surprises and brand new sounds at every step.


The Arts Desk 02/10/14 by Meattransmission on Mixcloud



Gong – I See You
Caribou – Back Home
Hassell – Delta Rain Dream
Rodion GA – Contrast
Bonobo – Dinosaur
Numa crew – Aroma
Schneider TM – Be Ki Don (Cockpit Dub)
Mr Mitch – Be Somebody
Graveola – Canna Intuição
Moreno Veloso – Lá e Cá
Int – Dreamchasers
Jacob 2-2 – Central and Mountain
Aurelio – Irawini
Nightjar – All Ships
Gong – This Revolution
Moscow Composers Orchestra – Portrait of an Idealist
Peter Zummo – Song VI
Yasmin Levy – Volver
Loom – Fukushima
Tom Russell – Stealing Electricity
Micah P Hinson – Lost Sight of Me
Sebastian Mulleart – unknown
Hot 8 brass band – Steamin'
Mark Ernestus meets Ben Zabo – Wari vo Dubwise



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