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  • 01.12.20 Balearic Breakfast: Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy

    Tune in as Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy brings us her flagship morning show, settling you in to the day of programming here on Worldwide FM. Colleen is the founder of Classic Album Sundays, a programme telling the stories of classic albums that have influenced the progression of music, and culture more broadly. She was also the co-founder of the David Mancuso-indebted Lucky Cloud Loft Party in London. As a producer, Colleen has remixed the likes of Roisin Murphy, The Rapture and Chaka Khan. From a woman at the forefront of the vinyl resurgence, encouraging new appreciation for venues and quality listening spaces, Colleen’s Cosmodelica show is a space for unbridled enjoyment of the music that has shaped dancefloors new and old.

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  • 01.12.20 WW Melbourne: Alex Intas

    Our Melbourne and Brisbane rotation continues with Alex Intas. Tune in as he brings us the best of Melbourne. Alex Intas has been moving and shaking in Australia’s soulful underground scene for over ten years. He is a founder of the Brisbane party-turned-record-store A Love Supreme and works with the Red Bull Music Academy, amongst much more! Alex’s sets are known for their eclecticism, from underground club sounds right through to soul, from global influences to sounds from his sunny homeland. With his first musical loves being jazz and soul, Alex not only explores the links between these genres and club culture, he also touches on the avant-garde on his endless quest for tunes with a “funky bottom and a sweet top.”

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  • 01.12.20 The Kronicles: 2020 Wrap Up with DJ Amir

    Tune in as DJ Amir presents the first episode of his new show “The Kronicles”. This month’s show is dedicated to DJ Amir’s mother for her birthday and his friend Chris Sullivan aka DJ Spinbad (RIP). Lock in to hear the tunes he couldn’t play outside of his room!

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  • 01.12.20 State Of Rhythm: Danilo Plessow with Bosq

    Danilo Plessow AKA Motor City Drum Ensemble is on a constant mission to discover new sounds. This one-man-band(ensemble), hailed for his unique combinations of retro and futuristic German house, draws from an impressive and multi-faceted record collection. The celebrated DJ and producer shares some of the music that inspires him every month here on Worldwide FM. On this month’s show, Danilo is joined by Benjamin Woods aka Bosq who is a producer and a DJ focusing on disco and funk blended with heavy Afro Latin influences for a guest mix.

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  • 01.12.20 QC Radio: King Hippo with Joshua Abrams, Supreme Court, Jeff Parker, Ashina

    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. Today, many Chicagoans are mourning the loss of a place many considered sacred. A small candlelit bar tucked away on a residential block in the city’s Bucktown neighbourhood, a bar that stood for 34 years and whose walls were saturated with magic. Joshua Abrams, Supreme Court and Jeff Parker pay tribute to Danny’s Tavern. Sovereign State Recordings label boss Ashina shares a mix and King Hippo closes out the show with an unreleased project which was recorded live at Danny’s featuring Isaiah Spencer on drums, Isaiah Collier on saxophone, Anton Hatwich on stand up double bass, Brent Griffin Jr. on saxophone and Jumaane Taylor tap dance.

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  • 01.12.20 First Thought Best Thought: Tom Skinner with Batida

    Tune in for First Thought Best Thought with Tom Skinner, DJ, producer and percussionist in Sons of Kemet, Kano, Wildflower and OHS Trio. On this episode, Tom is joined by Pedro Coquenão aka Batida for some words and a guest mix.

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  • 30.11.20 DJ Ryan (Cub) - Guampara Groove

    DJ Jigüe presents a mix by DJ Ryan (Cub) to mark the release of a compilation of new electronic music from Cuba. DJ Ryan (Cub) is the curator of the compilation and director of the only radio program dedicated to electronic music in Cuba called La Cura de la Semana. Following on from our recent series from the island, this is another chance to hear the music of Cuba as it is now in 2020, taking inspiration from its musical roots while looking outward, breaking down the isolation that has characterised so much of the country’s recent history.

  • 30.11.20 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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  • 30.11.20 lamaisonmusiq: Fred & Thomas

    Tune in as Lamaisonmusiq mix live meditation and music with partners DJ Pegasvs and yoga teacher Fred Butler. Broadcasting in response to the pandemic, their wish is to generate a positive wave of energy to resonate over the airwaves for reconnection in this fractured time. Each episode is a chance for listeners to settle into Sundays, combining a short guided meditation with soothing and uplifting tunes. Expect psychedelic sounds, cosmic jazz, soul classics and ambient melodies cradling a healing message of mindfulness accessible for all.  

  • 30.11.20 Lockdown Sessions with Louie Vega - Sacred Tones: Leroy Burgess

    In addition to his monthly show, Open Air Sessions, Louie Vega presents his Lockdown Sessions on Worldwide FM. On today’s Sacred Tones special edition, he focuses on Leroy Burgess.

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  • 30.11.20 Jazzy Sport's Urban Shakedown: Samon Kawamura & Choku

    Jazzy Sport, one of the best Japanese independent music labels and collectives of beatsmiths, presents the finest urban sounds from their homeland. On this edition, DJ and producer Samon Kawamura is in the the mix for the first hour with mellow and soulfulness, and Choku from Jazzy Sport Morioka takes over the second hour with plenty of beats to finish off the journey of the incredible JS journey.

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  • 30.11.20 WW Éireann: Peter Curtin

    The Irish independent music scene is bubbling right now, and DJ Peter Curtin has the freshest new sounds from the underground. Tune in for WW Éireann. In what has been a stellar year for releases broadcaster and DJ Peter Curtin selects his top 40 tracks of 2020 from the independent Irish music scene.

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  • 30.11.20 Gerry Read

    London based producer Gerry Read returns to Worldwide FM for a 2 hour special entitled ‘Shit Can’t Make a Promo Mix’.

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  • 29.11.20 The Silhouettes Project

    Tune in for an hour long show from The Silhouettes Project on Worldwide FM. The Silhouettes Project is a new platform for up and coming hip-hop, soul and jazz artists from the UK. It is not a record label or management team, it is a community project. The Silhouettes Project provides an open space – a recording studio and live venue located within the Total Refreshment Centre in Hackney, London – where MCs, singers, musicians and producers can connect and create.

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  • 29.11.20 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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  • 29.11.20 Global Roots Radio: 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. On Sundays, Thristian dives into his record collection and takes you through his choices.

  • 29.11.20 Papaoul with Hemai

    Wake up with Papaoul on Sunday mornings, bringing you new music you need to hear from across the international underground, guest mixes and deep dive interviews. This week Papaoul goes window shopping with Hemai, with some good news from Village Cuts.

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  • 29.11.20 No Bass Like Home: Erica McKoy

    A documentary on the history of reggae music in Brent, telling stories about significant milestones in the London borough’s cultural history and finding out why it’s considered the hub of UK reggae music. Presenter Erica McKoy talks to figures in the area to shed light on key moments for the area. Director of the Black Music Research Unit at the University of Westminster and founder member of UK legends Steel Pulse, Mykaell Riley takes us to an early reggae festival. We hear from Trojan Records’ Chips Richards and musicians Dave Barker (The Upsetters) and Locksley Gichie of the UK’s first reggae band, The Cimarons. Daddy Ernie also joins the discussion to recount tales of early pirate radio and give a sense of what the area was like growing up. Soundtracked by the sounds of the borough: local legends Trojan Records,The Cimarons, Aswad, Janet Kay, Matumbi, Caroll Thompson. As Daddy Ernie puts it ‘Brent for life… there’s so much talent that’s come out of Brent… it’s Incredible!’ Presenter/Producer: Erica McKoy Guests: Daddy Ernie, Mykael Riley, Dave Barker, Chips Richards, Locksley Gichie Editor: Will Horrocks

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  • 29.11.20 Classic Album Sundays: Depeche Mode - Violator

    Founded by radio host, music producer, label owner and journalist, Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy, Classic Album Sundays allows listeners to fully immerse themselves into an album by exploring its context, the making of and a full replay of the album on vinyl. This month’s album is Depeche Mode’s “Violator”. On this episode of Classic Album Sundays Worldwide, Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy is joined by authors Kevin May and David McElroy who are close to publishing a new book Halo: The Story Behind Depeche Mode’s Classic Album Violator. They were her special guests at The Album Club, a monthly online meet up in which Classic Album Sundays Patreon members get together to explore and experience the elected album. Over the next hour we will dig deep into the album that made Depeche Mode the biggest electronic act in the world.

  • 29.11.20 Music for Books: Mehmet Aslan - Earth

    Switzerland’s Mehmet Aslan presents his ongoing radio show, Music For Books.  Established as a talented producer and DJ, Aslan has forged a reputation for coming to music and culture from fresh and less-travelled paths, whether it’s crate-digging for rare Swiss new wave or sampling forgotten Turkish pop. Music For Books is a show that combines the pleasure of reading with the curation of personal soundtracks. The show is an evolving examination of our passion for art across different mediums. Aslan will encourage his audience to think about literature in different ways, exploring the relationship between sound and imagination. This month’s book is Terrestrial Tales by Marc Angélil and Cary Siress, published by Ruby Press. Terrestrial Tales: 100+ Takes on Earth is a collection of representations of the globe over the last 2000 years. Exhibited at ETH Zürich.

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  • 29.11.20 Kiko Dinucci

    São Paulo-based musician Kiko Dinucci shares his musical influences for his critically acclaimed album Rastilho. Released by Mais Um earlier this year, Rastilho is an album of apocalyptic samba inspired by 1960s Brazilian recordings, some of which feature in this mix. Whether as a solo artist, member of explosive Afro-punk-jazz outfit Metá Metá, or via collaborations with Brazilian greats such as Elza Soares (for whom he co-produced her career-defining A Mulher Do Fim Do Mundo), Kiko is a singular figure in Brazilian contemporary music, pushing samba in new directions.

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  • 28.11.20 Colin Curtis

    Tune in for a three hour show from the legendary Colin Curtis as he blends in jazz, soul and funk. With a career spanning decades, Colin Curtis is one of the key figures in the development of Northern soul and jazz dance scenes in the North of England. He was one of the first British DJs to introduce Chicago house and other African American genres like jazz funk and disco to club sets this side of the pond.

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  • 28.11.20 Willesden Heights Meditation

    A mysterious group of international selectors have dug deep to go back to back in these special sessions, recorded to cassette and now released to the world on the radio. You’re listening to Willesden Heights Meditation.

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  • 28.11.20 The FullJoy Experience: Laani

    Join Laani each Saturday morning 10-12 for the FullJoy Experience. Start your weekend the right way. This week’s show features music by Thundercat, Yazmin Lacey, Nick Hakim, Cleo Sol. Fresh new music by a super talented combo Mom Tudie and Sahra Gure, An Alien Called Harmony taken from the Future Bubblers 4.0 compilation (Brownswood). Plus Future Jazz Ensemble, Bella Boo, Buddy Love, Dossel, Dur-Dur Band and much more! Lock in!

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  • 28.11.20 Club Coco: New York Latino

    Coco Maria is a digger and selectora, specialising in Brazilian, South and Central American, Caribbean wax and irresistible slices of samba, jazz, charanga, cumbia, alongside all sorts of rarities from sunnier, far-off places. Mixed with her unconditioned energy, Coco will keep your feet busy while making your mind embark on a trip to the warmer side of the musical world. This month Coco focuses on New York, as it was the last city she visited just days before lockdown started. She had a chance to quickly explore areas, venues and people who are part of the Latin music community. She witnessed how parties, labels and gigs keep Latin music alive, growing, and evolving. She invited Nickodemus, Mickey Perez, Julissa, DJ Tres Dos, Names You Can Trust and Modrums to talk about a collective representation of the sounds of NYC nowadays.

  • 28.11.20 Easter Hay #7: Wilma Archer with M. T. Hadley

    Tune in for record producer, collaborator and multi-instrumentalist Wilma Archer‘s monthly show. Every month will be a journey unconcerned by genre, and a celebration of silent musical gratification. On this month’s Easter Hay, Wilma is joined by producer, vocalist and songwriter M.T. Hadley for a chat and a guest mix.

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  • 28.11.20 Stamp The Wax: Aaron L with Surprise Chef

    Monthly show from London music platform Stamp the Wax, headed up by Editor-in-Chief Aaron L. He’s joined by Surprise Chef who are Melbourne’s cinematic soul journeymen, pushing moody shades of instrumental jazz-funk with a DIY mentality.

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  • 28.11.20 DJ Paulette presents ACCALIBERATION

    DJ Paulette presents Accaliberation. It’s a love letter to ‘the first instrument’, that sets out to honour Paulette’s number one passion: the human voice. It’s November, so the theme for this month is fireworks! Tune in as DJ Paulette digs in the crates and takes her pick of some choice slow burning and explosive arrangements. She plays around with titles to create a sparkling display of soul, funk, disco, neo soul and house. Expect sparklers, rockets, Roman candles, Catherine wheels and big, booming mines.

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  • 27.11.20 Artform Radio: Bardo Martinez

    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 have Bardo Martinez taking over.

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  • 27.11.20 Artform Radio: Michael Barnes

    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. Radio show host, broadcaster and DJ Michael Barnes presents you two hour show. Tune in!

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