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  • 20.04.21 The Garden is Open: Hodan Styrene with He Valencia

    The Garden is Open is a downtempo, eclectic, jazz show presented by DJ and radio producer Hodan Styrene. Traversing through spirituality and meditating the human experiences at the core of music, culture and society. Lifting vibrations one song at a time. On today’s show, Hodan is joined by He Valencia, aka Aloiso Wilmoth, Midwest techno artist and cultural theorist that explores the long legacy of black dance music alongside political and diasporic questions that has been active in the North American techno scene since 2008. Hodan will be interviewing Aloiso in the second half of the show exploring the social-political possibilities that can emerge from dance music & ‘techno internationalism’ followed by a guest mix by He Valencia.

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  • 20.04.21 Southern Tips: Aaron P with Ex Olympic

    Cape Town based Aaron.P who co-runs The Other, (The Other Radio, The Other Records, Search Festival & SWIM) presents WW Cape Town. The special guest on this show is Ex Olympic (Nicolaas Van Reenen), a Cape Town based musician, producer and composer. Tune in for a celebration of his newly released full length album XO as well as a dive into his musical output as a member of the prog/jazz band Bateleur and his various other solo monikors. Also featured on the show is new music by 0_0_0_0 , Pops Mohamed, Derek Gripper & Alex Van Heerden & Hartleyvale. All music from South Africa.

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  • 20.04.21 Straight No Chaser: Paul Bradshaw

    Paul Bradshaw is founder of Straight No Chaser, with a record collection that matches the depth and variety of his iconic magazine. Tune in for his two hour show on Worldwide FM, which will this month be dedicated to the great Bunny Wailer.

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  • 20.04.21 QC Radio: King Hippo with Jaytoo, Afroqbano, DJ Sound Culture

    QC Radio is a weekly look at the creativity flowing through the City of Chicago. We’ll hear from Chicago-based musicians, DJs, record stores, journalists, labels and parties. This season is curated by broadcaster, event producer and member of the International Anthem family, King Hippo. QC Radio returns monthly beginning Tuesday, May 25th. Before that, we offer you ‘QC Radio Season One: Bonus Beats’ featuring some of King Hippo’s recently released and recently re-issued favorites as well as tall stacks of vinyl from JayToo, AfroQbano and DJ Sound Culture.

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  • 19.04.21 WW New Orleans: Joe Lyle

    Worldwide FM New Orleans brings you the melody and rhythms of the crescent city. A place where enslaved Africans joined with the Indigineous first people to resist and to create music and culture that continues to resonate throughout the world. Every show is anchored by an hour each from Brice Nice and Soul Sister followed by special guest selectors each month. Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Joe Lyle is a freelance drummer and the record store owner at Man Ray Records in New Orleans. He attended Berklee College of Music where he honed his drum skills and ear for music. He has played with critically acclaimed artists such as GIVERS and Solange Knowles. He recently released a solo project and is currently working on creating free art studio space for artists of color in New Orleans.

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  • 19.04.21 WW New Orleans: Idalia

    Worldwide FM New Orleans brings you the melody and rhythms of the crescent city. A place where enslaved Africans joined with the Indigineous first people to resist and to create music and culture that continues to resonate throughout the world. Every show is anchored by an hour each from Brice Nice and Soul Sister followed by special guest selectors each month. Born and raised in New Orleans, Idalia was exposed to various forms of music from a very young age thanks to her Mexican background and multi-cultural surroundings. Constantly exposed to different soundscapes, and too young at the time to attend the iconic State Palace Theatre raves, Idalia dived deep into digging for different genres of music, including techno which is her first love. Regularly a techno DJ, every now and then Idalia loves digging deep into her record bag for international house, italo, disco, funk and weird sounds from beyond. At any given night before covid, you could catch Idalia at a nearby dance floor or drinking a PBR at the local dive bar. This mix is an ode to those Nola nights. Dancing the night away with Dj Soul Sister back when she was at Hi-Ho or catching the Trax Only parties at the cool warehouse for Halloween or crawling out of Techno Club at sunrise after a night of endless dancing. Cheers to those nights that we will never forget pre-covid with the optimism that those nights will return.

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  • 19.04.21 Morning Mari*

    Good Morning World! Tune in as Mari* looks to the day ahead with upcoming shows and tunes in a 15 minute mini breakfast show. Plus the show contains different reflective features throughout the week. On Mondays, psychotherapist Joshua Fletcher offers his positive mindfulness advice. Poet and musician Joshua Idehen joins Morning Mari* on Tuesdays – “Tuesday Recital” where he recites modern poetry. Charlie Inman enlightens us with phrases from around the world with ‘Words on Wednesdays’. On Thursdays, Mari* and Sareeta Domingo discuss the ‘Book of the Week’ and Friday brings the extended shipping forecast with melodies from Rob-san AKA General Rubbish AKA Earl Zinger.

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  • 19.04.21 Global Oats Breakfast Show

    Global Roots Radio, presents a special series of morning shows. Tune in to Global Oats Breakfast show to hear experimental, underground music from across all corners of the globe; with independent music and culture at the core.

  • 19.04.21 UMOJA: Nicola Conte

    Spiritual jazz master, musician, DJ and producer Nicola Conte presents a selection of music from a wide horizon of sounds, from deep jazz to uplifting soul.

  • 19.04.21 WW Tokyo: Toshio Matsuura

    Our weekly Japanese rotation takes us to Tokyo with presenter Toshio Matsuura, DJ and creative, original founding member of United Future Organization, at the controls for the next two hours.

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  • 19.04.21 Match&Fuse: Debra Richards with Ziad Nawfal

    Representing the alternative in European music and attitude, Match&Fuse takes up Worldwide FM’s purpose of uncovering artists hell-bent on staying true to themselves. There is a focus on vibrant Lebanese experimental artists, with Ziad Nawfal of Ruptured Records and the Irtijal Festival being welcomed to the show. He talks of the layers of crisis Beirut has faced, and the positive new commissions project led by Irtijal and Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. Entitled Istimrar (Continuity) Ziad discusses new waves of artists such as Elyse Tabet that will be featured, as well as key figures in the scene, like Fadi Tabbal.

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  • 19.04.21 Strut Records: QUINTON SCOTT & DUNCAN BROOKER - AFRICA CASSETTE CULTURE

    Strut Records return with their monthly show, celebrating African music through an exclusive cassette-only selection courtesy of DJ and compiler Duncan Brooker. A wide-ranging musical journey featuring rare music from across the continent from Guinea, Senegal and Mali to Algeria, Ethiopia, Somalia and South Africa.

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  • 19.04.21 WW New Orleans: Brice Nice

    Worldwide FM New Orleans brings you the melody and rhythms of the crescent city. A place where enslaved Africans joined with the Indigineous first people to resist and to create music and culture that continues to resonate throughout the world. Every show is anchored by an hour each from Brice Nice and Soul Sister followed by special guest selectors each month. Through radio, clubs, block parties, and via two vinyl centric labels, Sinking City and Raw Sugar Records, Brice Nice loves to share music with New Orleans and the world.

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  • 19.04.21 WW New Orleans: DJ Soul Sister

    Worldwide FM New Orleans brings you the melody and rhythms of the crescent city. A place where enslaved Africans joined with the Indigineous first people to resist and to create music and culture that continues to resonate throughout the world. Every show is anchored by an hour each from Brice Nice and Soul Sister followed by special guest selectors each month. Tune in for DJ Soul Sister. The veteran DJ, broadcaster, record collector, and New Orleans native shares soulful movers and groovers spanning styles, themes, and stories., with a focus on 1970s and 1980s choice cuts and rarities.

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  • 18.04.21 Mono Jazz: Rocco Pandiani, Vittorio Barabino, Max Jazzcat Conti and Painé Cuadrelli

    From Milano, Genova and Pescara, Italy, this show an eclectic exploration of the many faces of jazz music by Rocco Pandiani (founder of Right Tempo Records) , Vittorio Barabino, Max “Jazzcat” Conti and Painé Cuadrelli. Their selections span from the 40s through to today, touching on both classic and contemporary jazz along with an electronic beats selection. Produced by Rocco Pandiani and Painé Cuadrelli for Worldwide FM.

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  • 18.04.21 Rob Da Bank: The KLF Chill Out

    Get horizontal and float downstream every Sunday evening with Rob da Bank. Taking us on a musical trip from ambient soundscapes to leftfield rarities, global oddities and vintage cuts from Rob’s dusty library plus a dip into Wellness Worldwide with different themes each week along with guest mixes, albums in their entirety and label focusses. Increase the peace! On this week’s show, Rob da Bank is celebrating the KLF’s legendary Chill Out album.

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  • 18.04.21 Think Outside The Kiosk: Lefto

    Think Outside The Kiosk is Lefto’s weekly show on Kiosk Radio, an online community radio streaming 24/7 from a wooden shack in the heart of Brussels’ historic Parc Royal. Broadcasted simultaneously on Kiosk Radio and Worldwide FM, Lefto shares his latest discoveries, exclusives and rarities for audiences onsite in the park and worldwide online.

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  • 18.04.21 Global Roots: Record Room

    Global Roots Radio, a weekly dose of experimental, underground music from across all corners of the globe; with independent music and culture at the core. Tune in for a two hour show coming to you live from the Global Roots Record Room.

  • 18.04.21 Head Sounds with Tostoni: EXPLORATIONS IN AFRO VENEZUELAN MUSIC

    In his now bi-monthly Head Sounds session, Tostoni explores the rich tropical sounds of Venezuela during the 60’s and 70’s, a country thriving with big orchestras and bands experimenting new forms and arrangements inspired in the latin sounds coming from New York, Puerto Rico and Cuba but spiced up with the “Caraqueño” slang and madness. On this month’s show, Tostoni presents an exploration of Afro Venezuelan rhythms, with examples taken from early field recordings by Juan Liscano (for Alan Lomax’s World Library Of Folk And Primitive Music series), Luis Laffer and Oswaldo Lares, among other commercially produced gems. Get ready to hear the popular group Un Solo Pueblo and the great new sensation Betsayda Machado, followed by various field recordings from 1942 to 1980, like the awesome vocal track from Ana Uribe, San Benito’s gaitas by Francisca Garcia and the heavy drums trance of Tambores De La Sabana. Halfway through the selection, he presents tracks produced during the late 70s to mid 80s, when the genre enjoyed a peak in production and national TV and FM radio exposure before wrapping up the mix with some weird funk fusion from the 70s, specially the work of Grupo Bota, Un Dos Tres Y Fuera and the amazing experimental afro-jazz Yaguazo from Grupo La Piel.

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  • 18.04.21 The Fifth Sun: Papaoul

    Wake up with Papaoul on Sunday mornings, bringing you new music you need to hear from across the international underground, this week with a monthly dive into some new sounds from and inspired by Latin America.

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  • 18.04.21 Love From Rome: Khalab

    Italian afro-futurist producer and DJ Khalab cruises on a round trip journey between ancestral rituals and psyche, deserts and spaceships, jungle and skyscrapers. ’Love From Rome’ is his monthly show directly from Studio 33 in Rome. In relation to the upcoming release of his new album “M’berra”, this month Khalab celebs the desert music: from Sahara to the Gobi, through Mojave and Nabib to the iced Saturno’s moon Enceladus.

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  • 17.04.21 The FullJoy Experience with Laani

    Join Laani each Saturday morning 10-12 for the FullJoy Experience. Start your weekend the right way. New music this week TYSON (LMP Recordings), a gorgeous live COLORS Encore performance from Demae. Also Damon Locks Black Monument Ensemble’s latest album (International Anthem), a dope reissue from the guys at Heels & Souls, Tony Allen is still bringing the fire with his new single featuring Sampa The Great. Plus an amazing jungle remix by Soul II Soul. Also electro-psychedelia with A.C Band (Periodica Records) and Bruxas (Dekmantel), Jamaica-inspired Bruk by Marc Mac and Shall I Bruk It; producers VHOOR, Àbáse x Zeitgeist (Jazz & Milk) & Emeka Ogboh bless us with otherworldly sounds + MORE. Lock in!

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  • 17.04.21 The Evidence of Things Not Seen: Jamire Williams

    Jamire Williams is a Los Angeles based musician, artist and innovator who has worked with a plethora of significant figures in art and music from Herbie Hancock, Solange Knowles to Jeff Parker.

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  • 17.04.21 Universal Sanctuary: Tina Edwards with Women in Jazz & Kitty Amor

    Tina Edwards hosts Universal Sanctuary. Dance can be triggered by improvised jazz, classic four to the floor or whatever it is that moves our souls; Universal Sanctuary is the junction between live jazz, electronic music and DJ culture, a place that warmly invites you to lose your inhibitions and open your ears even wider.  On this show, Tina is joined by two special guests: Women In Jazz, who spotlight and mentor female artists, lead a 30 minute feel-good takeover and to close the show. DJ, producer and head of Motherland events, Kitty Amor, takes us through a killer guest mix. Tina also has an exclusive play of her favourite track from the forthcoming Penya album. Show co-produced by Charles Vaughan.

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  • 17.04.21 A Voz Do Brasil: Millos Kaiser

    Tune in for an hour long show from Brazilian selector Millos Kaiser. He takes you to Brazilian street soul right through to obscure Bahian oddities and eighties synth workouts, often weaving in his own edits along the way.

  • 17.04.21 Colin Curtis

    Tune in for a three hour show from the legendary Colin Curtis as we start off this week in Chicago with a quick jump to Egypt back to Cuba and the UK as the jazz vibes traverse the globe. Great new music from the UK coupled with classic fusion from Japan, Portugal, Leeds, Pennsylvania and back to Europe and beyond. Buckle Up!! For three horse of Jazz Dance & Fusion.

  • 17.04.21 Soul Revivers: Nick Manasseh

    Tune in for a two hour special with Manasseh, who has occupied a vibrant space in the worldwide reggae music community for 25 years, presenting this month’s Soul Revivers show.

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  • 16.04.21 We Out Here: Papaoul with Rainy Miller, Gavsborg, Los Bitchos

    We Out Here: On Air and Online returns for the April edition of the digital festival. Papaoul takes over hosting duties welcoming Manchester’s Rainy Miller and London-based Los Bitchos live in session on the WORLDWIDE® stage, with Equiknoxx affiliate Gavsborg in the mix. Jennie Wilson, founder of this month’s chosen charity, Abram Wilson Foundation, is in conversation about their amazing work.

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  • 16.04.21 Artform Radio: Mekala Session and Jesse Justice

    We continue our weekly shows from the heart of Los Angeles. Artform Radio is a storefront radio excursion, a diverse journey into forward thinking music, culture and ideas and a series of live broadcasts that will take place every Thursday from 12 PM to 8 PM (PST) / 8 PM to 4 AM (GMT), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. For the next hour, we are joined by Leimert Park native, drummer, event-planner and curator, MC and all around art-enthusiast, Mekala Session. He is joined by Jesse Justice for a chat and a mix.

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  • 16.04.21 Artform Radio: Christine Mai Nguyen

    We continue our weekly shows from the heart of Los Angeles. Artform Radio is a storefront radio excursion, a diverse journey into forward thinking music, culture and ideas and a series of live broadcasts that will take place every Thursday from 12 PM to 8 PM (PST) / 8 PM to 4 AM (GMT), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. Christine Mai Nguyen presents the next hour with a selection including jazz, to psych, to rap, to country.

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