World Music

The Lady Will Have Her Say: Oum Kalthoum

Our friends from Secret Stash Records join us in the studio to chat about the new reissue of Afro Funk – Body Music. In the meantime, we sample a ton of releases from the label including Los Destellos, Grupo Oz, Enrique Lynch, K Frimpong, George Danquah & more…

This program is an early celebration of International Women’s Day: Latin American, Spaniard and Portuguese women are in charge of the music. Rosario Castellanos, from Mexico, is in charge of the poetry.

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Eclectic sounds from all over the continent and beyond on today’s African Rhythms: music from The Funk Ark, Tony Allen, Boubacar Traoré, Oumou Sangare and Marijata were among the highlights.


Revisit cantes de ida y vuelta in a rebroadcast that includes a snippet of an interview with Ms. Ida y Vuleta herself, singer/dancer La Conja who talks about her first gigs in Madrid.

On this episode of Radio Pocho, our special guest is Rudy Avina, veteran DJ of the latin music scene in the Twin Cities, singer of the local group Tejano 2000, and of course, an avid listener of RP. Should be a great time of swapping tunes and war stories.

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Hugh Masekela tunes old & new with other African voices moving toward a Latin flavored ending…. Sabor !

Quite a crazy, funky, dubby mix of stuff tonight… Starting out with the sublime new Night Bus Dub album from David Powell Experience, followed by new Dub Rifles and Dubagroova releases on Ape Choons, and more great sounds from Anthony B & Subatomic Sound, Junior Toots, Nneka, Novalima, Little Axe meets Suns of Arqa, Quantic & Alice Russell, Keera Rootz, Dubology, and more…

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