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Podcast: Radio Mukambo #491 – Tribal Futurism

Podcast: Radio Mukambo #491 – Tribal Futurism

Guedra Guedra‘s debut LP Vexillology is kicking down borders, offering listeners an experience made from hypnotic and rhythmic arrangements rooted in ancient cultures. From his Casablanca studio, the Moroccan genre-defying producer serves an elevation of tribal consciousness and underground futurism. Vexillology is album of the week on Radio Mukambo, out on On...
Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #82

Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #82

Our show for March ’21 for Radio Campus Bxl & Rhythm Passport with 3,5 hours of new global sounds. 4 songs of the day, new Alsarah song that goes with a book, new single by German jazz band Muito Kaballa Power Ensemble and 2 fiery live songs by Angel Bat...
Playlist: Bandcamp You Friday (March 2021)

Playlist: Bandcamp You Friday (March 2021)

Are you ready for a new Bandcamp Friday?  A new appointment with the monthly initiative has just begun and just like every first Friday of the month, also today Bandcamp is lifting its fees giving the opportunity to music creators and labels to earn all the profits from sales.  So,...
Podcast: Radio Mukambo #485 – Legacies & Legends

Podcast: Radio Mukambo #485 – Legacies & Legends

This week Radio Mukambo celebrates legacies and honours legends. “Legacy +” is our double LP of the week, by Femi Kuti and Made Kuti, son and grandson of the great Fela Kuti. Both bring their own peculiar blend of afrobeat. We also pay tribute to two legends who left us:...
Your Ticket to… 2019 (in 50 songs)

Your Ticket to… 2019 (in 50 songs)

To start the new year right, we’ve decided to tidy up our 2019 music listenings and recall the songs that have made us sing, dance, think, happy and love music even more…   Enjoy the tunes that our stereos played in heavy rotation and a big thanks to 2019 for...
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