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They usually say, nothing better than seeing the whole world. Well, how about hearing the whole world too? Yeah, that’s what you get tunned into on Bazarro’s World Hip Hop show. New music, new artists, different flows and a ton of different type of beats. See for yourself, just press the fun button. LOL. Lets’ go!
Tune in today for creative jazz by Sarah Jerrom, Matías Formica/Jonatan Schenone, Satoko Fujii, Andrés Elstein
Sarah Osborne is a Canadian folk artist, currently in the middle of the Seasonal Album Project. For this performance, the band includes Travis Charuk on bass, Chris Lloyd on guitar, and Michael Wilford on drums. Seasons Volume One: The Heat will be released Summer 2021. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
On today’s episodes of BTR Live Studio at Home, Canadian folk artist Sarah Osborne stops by to discuss their writing process, the release of the Seasonal Album Project,  fondest tour memories, and what it’s like living in a tiny house.
It's hard to let go sometimes, but LOLAA gives you a sweet pop song to help you gather the strength to do so.
Sometimes we can be talking right to somebodies face and see they're not listening at all. Directly in the eye, yet their mind is already thinking about something else. In this fast pace world, listening to someone or not paying attention leads to all sorts of miscommunication. We don’t take the time to breathe, concentrate and just listen. Today, focus on listening to this dope podcast brought to you by no other than BTRtoday and Crazy Dj Bazarro. Let’s go and listen!
This week I chat with Canadian artist Kelly McMichael and spin her newest album Waves. 
I wonder; Was there music on Mars? Was there a civilized presence on Mars, and they came to earth? Mars seem to be a planet that’s older than earth. What happened to the planet’s magnetic field? Anyway, we're going to dedicate this show to Mars! We will keep wondering about Mars and Music while i throw this World Hip Hop mix at you, LOL. Let’s go!
Can’t stop, won’t stop. That’s what I do until the wheels fall off. I guess that would be my feet? Or maybe my ankles? LOL, anyway we got some nice jams for you to rock to. New music by Tona, new album out called “Good Energy”. He’s a dope artist from Toronto, Canada, jump on that, you won’t be disappointed. Let’s go!!!
A more modern/experimental episode of The Jazz Hole today with L’abîme, Camila Nebbia & Axel Filip, Berlin Mallet Group, Natalio Sued & more
Yeah um, stop the hate, the ignorance and the nonsense. You know where it gets you? Nowhere! Think about the consequences when you're about to do something crazy. Find empathy for other people. On that note, cool off to these great sounds of World Hip Hop music. Lyrics and sounds for your ears not to fear. Let’s go!! Hope you had a great weekend.
This week I chat with Montreal, Canada-based artist Magella!
Jazz happy hour with Storione/Rossy/Schürmann, Cait and the Critters, Gabe Terracciano, Michael Feinberg, Miguel de Armas, Sharel Cassity.
An other international episode of The Jazz Hole with music by Luciana Morelli, Miguel de Armas, L’abîme, Yoonseung Cho & Sungwon Kim.
Tune in to The Jazz Hole Live to hear a set by Jesse Ryan & Bridges, recorded live at Toronto’s Poetry Jazz Café in 2018
Canadian musician Sarah Jerrom shares stories about her new album Dream Logic, plus music from François Bourassa’s new solo piano album
Check out music by Cyrus Nabipoor, Storione/Rossy/Schürmann, Mike Freedman, the Yoko Miwa Trio and Sabertooth Swing on today’s The Jazz Hole
There is always a new fan somewhere! That’s why every show has to be good. You never know who is listening, so we bring it 7 days a week 24 hours a day. Not a lot of reruns going on around here! So come with me, as we journey around the world, always exploring for more. Let’s go!!
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole features the Dan Pitt Quintet, Restroy (Christopher Dammann), Amanda Tosoff, Roni Ben-Hur, Doves Peak
Pull up! Pull up! Yes it’s time for another episode of World Hip Hop. During the madness & pandemic, we do nothing but try to ease the nerves with some good music from around the world. Let’s rock!!
Drummer & composer Philippe Lemm talks about his new album First Steps and about the loss of his trio’s long-time pianist Angelo Di Loreto.
Another episode! Spring is here and it’s hump day. It don’t get no better than that! New music by Napoleon Da Legend and Nejma Neffertiti. They stay busy, so get to know them. Spread the word around the world! Let’s go. Lemonade time!
This week we chat with Canadian indie rock artist Jeen O-Brien aka JEEN.
The Canadian musician is excited to get back in the music scene groove, but is also wary.
Enjoy a set from Vancouver by the Canadian bassist and composer William Chernoff feat. Francis Henson on guitar and Carson Tworow on drums.
This might be one of your favorite days of the week. Wednesday! After the hump, you only have the rest of the week. Plus, you get to hear me rock the spot every Wednesday. We're traveling around the world, bringing you dope artists to bless your eardrums. It’s hump day, so let’s go!!!!
The Jazz Hole presents jazz from all over the world today: Nacho Szulga, Mike Freedman, Gabriel Bolaños and Frank Carlberg, Benoît Delbecq.
Just sit back, relax and ride out to some of these great tunes we got in store for you….from NY to the entire rest of the world. Stay focused, stay clean and be well. Let's gooooo!
Eclectic music on The Jazz Hole with Rodrigo Faina and Change Ensemble, Griffith Hiltz Trio, Dan McCarthy, Camila Nebbia, Ikue Mori and more
Albums by Amanda Tosoff, Cyrus Nabipoor, Michael Feinberg, Leo Genovese, William Chernoff, Frank Colón on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole.
Yep you read the title. I'm down in Tampa, Florida. I landed early this morning and I still have time to bring you a great show. We're doing it big. Yeah we're doing the show via-satellite to the rest of the world. I'll be down here until next week (Feb 9th) so Friday I will also be doing my Latin Hip-Hop show via-satellite as well. Tune in. Have a great day. Let's rock!
The Jazz Hole with Linus spins jazz by Glenn Zaleski, Chelsea McBride, Modasaurus, Tian Long Li/Marco Schudel/Dominik Schürmann
Yeah! Whenever you get rid of negative in your life, just yell "It's Overrrrrrr!" LOL. How you doing out there on the battle front? Yes, the madness continues, but we have to fight everyday. That's why music is a great cure for this virus thing called Covid. It helps the day fly by and calm your nerves, and hopefully one day, this whole mess will be over with. In the mean time, let's rock to some good ole World Hip Hop sounds.
Let's get down for the crown. Another dope episode of worldly music for you and the universe. We got some Kosha Dillz, new Mood Doctors. Come on, you know what it is. Let's get it.
On this show: Miki Yamanaka, Dan McCarthy, Quinsin Nachoff + Nathalie Bonin, Juliet Kurtzman & Pete Malinverni, Jesse Ryan + Joanna Majoko
Yeah, couldn't wait to drop another episode. You know how we travel around the world, despite all this madness. Oh yeah madness. There's a lot of that going on right now, but we're not here for that, we're here to have a good time. To ease the mind, body and soul. You ready for that? Or maybe you love the drama in your life? Well, if so, you're in the wrong place. This mix is drama free! Let's go!!!
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features a few projects that are more on the experimental, avant-garde and free jazz side. You will get to hear music from 3 brand new releases that came out on the Argentinian ears&eyes records label, all three of them are lead by fantastic Argentinean musicians: Sin Tiempo by pianist Leo Genovese with his local trio featuring Mariano Otero and Sergio Verdinelli, the EP “In another night, in another world” by saxophonist and composer Camila Nebbia (joined by Maya Keren and Akiva Jacobs), and No Comunica by the quintet Formica / Edward / Carracedo Lauretti / Alarcón / Ledesma. The other tracks on today’s episode come from Mary Halvorson’s Code Girl, a group lead by Brooklyn-based guitarist and composer Mary Halvorson and from Trinidad-born, Toronto-based saxophonist and composer Jesse Ryan’s self-released debut album Bridges.
Somewhere on this planet, there is a man sitting and rocking out to this podcasts. He's the man, but he's a very busy guy. You know why he's busy? Because I keep dropping these dope jewels on the people. Be like him! Let's go.