DJ Wynn serves up double shots of Chico Trujillo, La Chiva Gantiva, Shugo Tokumaru, and Rokkurro.
In this episode we look to the different research that opens our minds to the true balance we strike within our biological selves, even down to the DNA sequence itself.
Journey around the world with DJ Wynn and hear from Petite Noir (Cape Town), Gypsophilia (Halifax), and The Very Best (London/Malawi).
00:00 DJ Wynn 00:47 Are I here - Helado Negro 04:17 Ojos Que No Ven - Helado Negro 06:37 Akwaaba - Oy 09:48 Market Place - Oy 13:29 Devil - Soley 17:43 Aevintyr - Soley 20:59 Fyrirbo Yi - Obo 23:21 Rett eya Rangt - Obo 26:12 DJ Wynn 27:03 He Who Makes Bush Fires For Others - Kasai Allstars 38:29 The Dead Don't Dance - Kasai Allstars 51:02 Es Verdad - Max Capote 53:59 Sin Mentirte - Max Capote 56:20 Estrenando - La Chiva Gantiva 60:00 Me Voy de Mi Cabeza - La Chiva Gantiva 63:49 DJ Wynn 64:39 IMF - Seun Kuti feat. M1 of Dead Prez 69:37 Finish Helado Negro Obo Kasai Allstars
DJRePete’s serving up a dose of music discovery today with ballads from the likes of Flo Morrissey, music before you can buy it by Starlight Girls, and new beats from Little Boots. Plus, info on a trio of festivals including one this weekend at the (you-must-see-before-you-die) Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark where the Offspring Festival is going down. Also hit up a jazzy international set led by La Chiva Gantiva. And for fun, look for the Finding Nemo Easter egg in today’s show. Your BTR Wednesday awaits!
This week’s guests are the curator’s behind one of this year’s buzziest fashion exhibits, The Museum at FIT’s “Global Fashion Capitals.” Ariele Elia and Elizabeth Way organized the exhibit around the history of the four best established fashion cities - Paris, New York, Milan and London - and the emergence of sixteen up-and-coming hubs, including Johannesburg, Shanghai, Mumbai, Lagos, Berlin, Mexico City, and Copenhagen. Join us today to hear Ariele and Liz discuss the organization of the exhibit, some of the challenges facing these cities as their fashion industries grow, how technology has and will continue to facilitate the globalization of fashion as industry, art, and commerce, and more. Plus, a playlist featuring some of my favorite recent tracks from international indie artists, including Iceland’s Lay Low, New Zealand singer-songwriter Liam Finn, and Puerto Rican garage rocker AJ Davila. So come and discover a world of new fashion, here on BTR!
Get your midweek fix of music discovery with DJRePete, kicking off your Wednesday with new alt from Sonny & The Sunsets, funk electro beats with 11 Acorn Lane, and choice throwbacks from Gogol Bordello and My Brightest Diamond. Tune in for album news from the Caravan of Thieves and see which BTR band is playing Carnegie Hall (!!!) this weekend. And hit up the meeting of American blues and international talent with a unique set from across the globe. Get listenin’ to BTR!
Escape the cold with the Worldwide Hour and music from Baloji, Helado Negro, La Chiva Gantiva, and Ceu.