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  • 18.09.20 Peace, Positivity and Blessings: Charlie Dark

    Tune in for DJ, poet and Run Dem Crew founder Charlie Dark as he sits in for Gilles Peterson’s show. Two hours of peace, positivity and blessings from the record collection of Charlie Dark to get you ready to embrace the day and the weekend ahead. Inspired by the tapes he used to make in his bedroom way back in the day. Get ready for another dive into his soul and disco vaults, some classics, some rarities and gems to make you smile. 

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  • 18.09.20 Kate Hutchinson with Moonchild Sanelly

    Monthly show from Kate Hutchinson, Guardian music and culture journalist, broadcaster and DJ from London. She is also the former Clubbing Editor at Time Out and is still waiting impatiently for the fidget-house revival. Kate is joined by Johannesburg gqom queen Moonchild Sanelly, who was selected by Beyoncé to appear on her Lion King soundtrack last year and who has been hailed by Damon Albarn as “a global superstar waiting to happen”. Sanelly’s new release, Nüdes EP, came out on 11 September on Transgressive.

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  • 18.09.20 Coop Presents Selectors Assemble with IG Culture, James Rudie, Szajna, Risa T and Alex Phountzi

    Monthly show with Selectors Assemble, a growing collective of DJs producers, artists, movers and shakers that assist projects connected with CoOp Presents and beyond. The CoOp Presents label focuses on the wealth of talent that exists within London’s bruk/broken beat movement. In selection this month are CoOp Presents label founders IG Culture and Alex Phountzi, along with James Rudie, Szajna and Risa T.

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  • 18.09.20 Ethiopian Records: WEL Records Fundraiser

    COVID-19 and political unrest in Ethiopia has put the budding projects of Endeguena Mulu aka Ethiopian Records and his WAG Entertainment Agency in jeopardy. Pre COVID, the group was forming their own independent/artist owned event and representation company alongside building the ‘GODJO’ music studio. Traditional structural support for African independent artists, specifically experimental and traditional artists is nonexistent. The campaign aims to raise 35,000 euros. Production on a 10-track double EP called ‘WEL’ will fuel the distribution of funds. Including two music videos, money will be split between 23 creatives. They will buy all the equipment to produce the EP and use their own space in order to create the foundations for future projects. Funds used on distributing of the EP will shine light on these contemporary Ethiopian musicians to a new global audience. Speaking about the EP, Ethiopian Records says, “Inspired by the recordings of Ethiopian poet Tsegaye Gebremedhin, ‘WEL’ means togetherness and calls for a loving joyful global revolution. The EP asks people to come forth and take charge of their destiny. Change only comes through action and revolution, by demanding for it, lovingly and intentionally.”

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  • 18.09.20 WW Cuba: Yissy Garcia

    This show, curated by Cuban drummer Yissy Garcia, is a tour of several essentials of the Cuban drum community. Artists who, in addition to being great instrumentalists, have also dedicated themselves to composing music and directing their individual musical projects.

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  • 18.09.20 Artform Radio: Chris Haycock

    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 (BST), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. Global citizen and resident of Los Angeles, Chris Haycock is well known as co-founder of the global event phenom, The Do-Over. Broadcasting live from his sunny home perch, expect a wide variety of jazz and tropical moods spanning a wide range of genres and influences.

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  • 18.09.20 International Tribe: Kareem Ali

    This week’s International Tribe mix comes from 26 year old musician, and DJ based in Phoenix, Arizona – Kareem Ali.  

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  • 18.09.20 Artform Radio: Endo

    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 (BST), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. Tune in for a set from Endo!

  • 18.09.20 Artform Radio: Mario Caldato Jr.

    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 (BST), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. Mario Caldato Jr. aka Mario C, is a Brazilian-American record producer and studio engineer best known for his work with Beastie Boys and Jack Johnson in the US, and with Marcelo D2 and Seu Jorge in Brazil. He will be taking over Artform Radio x Worldwide FM for the next hour.

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  • 18.09.20 WW Daily: DJ Gilla

    DJ Gilla steps in to the WW Daily hot seat with an hour of brand new music focussing on the new album from mysterious UK soul outfit SAULT.

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  • 18.09.20 Luke Una

    Tune in for a special show from Luke Una as he goes through his musical archive of blood, sweat and tears for the late night disenfranchised with slow motion techno, spiritual jazz, Brazilian cosmic to funk dancing in the outerspace to high-tech Detroit futurism. Beginning his career as a record collector in 1980s Manchester, his partnership with fellow Unabomber Justin Crawford saw the birth of Electric Chair, a cornerstone night in the UK club scene, followed by Electric Elephant, a Croatian festival paying homage to the hedonistic Manc scene and their Homoelectric night. Today Luke remains, as ever, at the forefront of a changing scene, pairing the momentous legacy of Manchester’s 80s and 90s scene with the delivery of what today’s club communities need to get down. A force to be reckoned with in the perpetuation of UK club culture and the owner of a singular Instagram account.

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  • 17.09.20 A Certain Ratio with Martin Moscrop

    Tune in for a two hour show from post-punk band A Certain Ratio‘s guitarist and producer Martin Moscrop on Worldwide FM. On the show, he focuses on their new album ACR Loco and their influences.

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  • 17.09.20 Artform Radio: Adrian Younge

    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 (BST), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. Tune in for an hour long show from DJ and unconventional hip-hop producer Adrian Younge.

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  • 17.09.20 Artform Radio: Christine Mai Nguyen

    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 (BST), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. Christine Mai Nguyen presents the next hour with a selection including jazz, to psych, to rap, to country.

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  • 17.09.20 Artform Radio: Moni Vargas

    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 (BST), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. For the next hour we have Moni Vargas, an Emmy-nominated filmmaker and co-founder of Friends We Love who has worked as a professional DJ for over two decades, performing throughout four continents, touring Japan and opening up for artists like Massive Attack, Paul McCartney, and Amy Winehouse. 

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  • 17.09.20 Artform Radio: Oliver Wang

    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 (BST), coming to you from The Artform Studio in Los Angeles via Worldwide FM. For the next hour, professor and writer Oliver Wang is live with his selections. He regularly contributes to NPR’s All Things Considered, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Los Angeles Times, KCET’s Artbound, and other outlets. He is the co-creator/host of the music/interview podcast, Heat Rocks and creator of the audioblog, Soul-Sides.com.

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  • 17.09.20 WW Seattle: Mr. Moon, J-Justice, Supreme and Pezzner

    Tune in for a two hour show as we kick off WW Seattle series on Worldwide FM. For the first show, J-Justice and Mr. Moon are collaborating on a one hour mix to showcase their different tastes as they host together. In the second hour, they are joined by, Supreme La Rock, a world-renowned crate digger who is responsible for the Wheedle’s Groove series on Light In The Attic and Pezzner who has recorded for Om, Freerange, Get Physical, and others.  

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  • 17.09.20 WW Paris: Anders

    Tune in for WW Paris with Anders as he presents his eclectic vision of music, focusing on roots classics and forward-thinking musicians from soul to beat music, from jazz to disco with everything in between.

  • 17.09.20 Realistic Behaviour: Dizraeli & Bellatrix’ Bristol Takeover

    Longtime friends and masters of heartfelt ridiculousness, Dizraeli (polymath musician and wordsmith) and Bellatrix (songwriter, bassist and Worldwide Female Beatbox Champ) invite five of their hometown’s finest audible artists to share their work, chat delicious fraff and improvise new music. A celebration of a city in full creative bloom. Recorded at Ben Capp Studios and featuring writer Vanessa Kisuule, kora & cello duo Sura Susso & Pete Yelding, poet / speaker Solomon O.B, and singer-DJ Ngaio.

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  • 16.09.20 Pete On The Corner with Lexy Morvaridi

    On The Corner Records boss Pete Buckenham with two hours of spiritual sounds and cosmic vibes. Pete is joined by with Lexy Morvaridi to talk all things ‘Untitled’, a compilation of seven collaborations inspired by the life and work of Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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  • 16.09.20 Simbad with The Twilite Tone

    Monthly show from Simbad, long-standing Brownswood curator and producer. On this show, he is joined by American record producer, recording artist, composer, DJ, and radio host The Twilite Tone.

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  • 16.09.20 Earlybird: Lefto

    Our weekly Earlybird show direct from Brussels with renowned European tastemaker Lefto at the controls. Firmly rooted in jazz, Lefto explores upfront music from genres spanning hip hop to club sounds. On this week’s show, he has new music from Demae, Action Bronson, Big Sean, Jaron Marshall, Bloto, Scan7, Uffe and many more.

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  • 16.09.20 Lockdown Sessions with Louie Vega - Expansions NYC

    In addition to his monthly show, Open Air Sessions, Louie Vega presents his Lockdown Sessions on Worldwide FM. On Wednesdays he focuses on his collaboration-focused club night, Expansions NYC – bring you the best music from the big apple! Lockdown, lock in and join the dance.

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  • 16.09.20 Anoushka Shankar

    Tune in for a two hour show from sitar innovator and Grammy-nominated musician Anoushka Shankar, bringing with her a selection of tracks by powerful women who have influenced her to date, spanning Indian classical, electronic-pop and spoken word.

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  • 16.09.20 Global Roots: Club Culture - Brainchild Festival

    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. For this week’s edition of Club Culture, we focus on Brainchild – an independent arts organisation who create festivals & projects to celebrate new artists, progressive ideas & underground culture. Thristian speaks to their programmers Jasper, Tilly and Marina, who also provide a mix showcasing Brainchild’s eclectic curation. We then hear a mix from Fauzia, a firm favourite at Brainchild Festival.

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  • 16.09.20 Dave Okumu: The River Knows

    Dave Okumu is a London-based singer, songwriter, producer and guitarist, best known for fronting the band The Invisible. On this two hour show, his theme is “The River Knows”. The concept originates from a live performance produced and conceived by Glenn Max for the closing/headline of 2019 Turning Tide Festival on Greenwich Peninsula. The live show featured Eska, Rosie Lowe, Beth Orton, Sam Amidon, Gruf Rhys, Andreya Triana, Kwabs, Nilufer Yanya, Olivia Chaney, The Roundhouse Choir, Jason Yarde and Lucinda Chua and more, with Dave Okumu in the musical director/guitar chair. This show looks back at that experience and many of the selections are songs which they performed, arranged by Dave Okumu along with some of his demos and some snippets of rehearsal recordings and Glenn Max has kindly contributed a message from NY, reflecting on some of the joys and challenges of putting a show like that together and where the idea originated for him.

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  • 16.09.20 WW Daily: Thristian

    Our flagship daily show, hosted by Papaoul on Mondays and Fridays and Erica McKoy on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. In one hour, catch up with the best new and yet to be released music, hear live sessions and deep-dive interviews. Our WW Daily presenters keep you up to date with musical happenings on Worldwide FM and beyond! Today, Thristian (Global Roots) takes over WW Daily!

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  • 15.09.20 Balearic Breakfast with Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy

    Tune in as Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy, founder of Classic Album Sundays and the David Mancuso-indebted Lucky Cloud Loft Party in London presents her two hour morning show, Balearic Breakfast!  

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  • 15.09.20 WW Brisbane: Sampology

    This week for our rotation of shows broadcasting every week from Melbourne and Brisbane, we have the founder of Middle Name Records, producer Sampology coming to you from Brisbane.

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  • 15.09.20 Darker Than Wax: Dean Chew

    Dean Chew AKA Funk Bast*rd heads up the Darker Than Wax collective and imprint on the island of Singapore, home to a flourishing DIY musical culture, showcasing diverse underground electronic sounds from Southeast Asia and beyond. His left-field approaches to genre-crossing and imaginative mixing add an extra something-something to his already eclectic selections.

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