Hunee (17/10/17) [Beats in Space]

  1. Eblen Macari – Planetarium Suite – Dakta 2. – Pascal – 3. DJeminay – Sun Plash – Cactus 4. Koko Ateba – Si T’es Mal Dans Ta Peau – West African Music (WAM) 5. – – 6. 松任谷由実 (Yumi Matsutōya) – 影になって (We’re All Free) – Express 7. Masumi Hara – Kimino Yume – Yupiteru Records 8. African Vibration – Hinde – Polydor 9. Jean Delin – Ce La Vi – Self-Released 10. –…

Gilles Peterson with DJ Harvey (29-09-17) [Worldwide FM]

Gilles Peterson welcomes the legend that is DJ Harvey for a rare interview. Harvey plays music from his latest compilation and discusses his life in music – divulging in wild anecdotes, his best advice for aspiring DJs and his fondest memories as one of the best DJs in the world. Tracklist Midori Takada & Masahiko Satoh -Nahm [WRWTFWW…

Brownswood Basement – Gilles Peterson with Dan Snaith, Midori Takada, Jordan Rakei & Alfa Mist (Live) & Addison Groove [Worldwide FM]

Gilles Peterson presents his brand new weekly show live from the Brownswood Basement. For this debut show Gilles presents a packed lineup, including Rodney P speaking about Pirate Radio, Dan Snaith presenting new Daphni material, a live session from Jordan Rakei and Alfa Mist and an interview with Japanese ambient pioneer Midori Takada. Tracklists: Dobie – In A Strange…

Laurent Garnier – It Is What It Is (11-09-17) [Worldwide FM]

It Is What It Is is the iconic radio show from Laurent Garnier, broadcast in English on Worldwide FM for the first time. Season 8 sees Laurent cast his impeccable knowledge across the broad spectrum of music, from jazz to afrobeat to techno, to bring you rare finds and groundbreaking new discoveries. Laurent says: IT IS WHAT IT IS…

Dr. Rob – Let’s Go Swimming (Arthur Russell) [Ban Ban Ton Ton]

The “Digging” of Arthur Russell plots a course through my life “Post-Techno”. Post 1994. Post gear. Days spent in Reckless Records. Both on Islington`s Upper Street and Soho`s Berwick Street. Where I traded in thousands of sides of vinyl for credit. Binning all my Italian Scream-Ups, Progressive House and Trance… Full article here