Tallawit Timbouctou – Songs from their Album Hali Diallo

From the website: "This is the music that long ruled the North of Mali, performed at festivities, blasting out of dusty boomboxes, and beaming out from village radio stations. Its origin is shrouded in mystery, and though purportedly dating back to the Songhai Empire of the 15th century, takamba’s heyday was in the 1980s, with … Continue reading Tallawit Timbouctou – Songs from their Album Hali Diallo

Alan Dunn & University of Leeds students – It is a dangerous undertaking, you will be risking your life

Says Alan Dunn: Our title is taken from words we hear drifting through our art studio, words about danger and risk, perhaps from Edward A. Batory’s ‘Genevieve in the Hidden Kingdom’ but now repurposed by Shahmen. We hang out in the studio with our microphones for twenty minutes amongst the charcoal drawings, water coolers and … Continue reading Alan Dunn & University of Leeds students – It is a dangerous undertaking, you will be risking your life

The Tape Review Show – Snare Rush zine, Dregs of Zen, Hannya White, Grey Frequency

Stories told by Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek about potatoes or/and Boris Johnson, a description of a visit to a pub in a tiny village in Cornwall on a stormy evening, what to do at Kottbusser Tor in Berlin, an extended synopsis of a movie about Adrian's coming of age, with lots of details, … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Snare Rush zine, Dregs of Zen, Hannya White, Grey Frequency

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Where we go from here

No-one knows where this will go, never ending sunshine days. Under trees the afternoon waits for a visitor. Water, a stray dog, warm pavement. A book that smells of the year 1973. Backwards, while future sleeps. playlist 1. Jens Fischer Rodrian - Der Fisch 2. Jens Fischer Rodrian - Seelen schweben 3. Jens Fischer Rodrian … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Where we go from here