African Vibration

Premiere DateNov 30, 2017
00:00 Mic Break
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02:27 Eta Corvi (USA) The Macrotones ft. Rob Carmichael
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05:43 Latitude 33° North, Longitude 40° West (UK) Lowered
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10:06 Sahara (Mali/USA) Songhoy Blues ft. Iggy Pop
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13:05 Belma Belma (Belgium/Morocco) Boddhi Satva ft. Maalem Hammam
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15:03 Malembe Na Soukouss (Main Mix) (Angola) DJ Satelite
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17:25 Mic Break
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18:20 Umthakathi (South Africa) Dominowe
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23:13 Sabelani Bo (Afrobeat Mix) (South Africa) Star X ft. Futhi Mahlasela
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30:09 M’onguele M’am (Cameroon) Eko Roosevelt
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34:05 Moyo Wangu (Germany) Renegades Of Jazz ft. Hugo Kant
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39:09 Mic Break
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39:43 Silent Scream (Sweden) Music Is The Weapon
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44:52 Epilogue (Ghana) Blitz The Ambassador
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47:31 Shine (Ghana) Blitz The Ambassador
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51:57 Yinde (South Africa) Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness
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72:22 Mic Break
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73:12 Hinde (Kenya) African Vibration
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77:12 Somebody (Part 3) (Germany) Onom Agemo & The Disco Jumpers
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82:00 Afrosí (UK) Smoke Clap
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85:34 The Talking Fish (Asem Usem Iyak) (Nigeria/UK) Ibibio Sound Machine
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90:11 Akwa Idim (Nigeria) The Sea Lions
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95:12 Mi Kpede Dunye (Togo) Dk Pilo
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98:51 At The Jubilee Gardens (Germany) Dem Juju Poets
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102:27 Lemon Grove Swagger (USA) Sure Fire Soul Ensemble
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105:59 Mic Break
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107:34 Ubuntu (Canada) Five And Tens
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112:05 Finish
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DJ Meredith is taking you on a sonic adventure around the world on a journey through sound, introducing a fresh, new lineup of bands & artists!  Let’s open the show with ‘Eta Corvi’ from Boston based band, The Macrotones ft. Rob Carmichael! Enjoy new & rare grooves as we check out Boddhi Satva, Dominowe, Blitz The Ambassador and so much more!

Lowered / Lost Seas

Dominowe / Siyathakatha

Eko Roosevelt / 1975-1982

Meredith is a DJ/producer born and raised in Staten Island, NY. She was always a collector of vast amounts of music and grew up listening to all styles, from Afrobeat to hip-hop to reggae. Growing up in the big…

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