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  • 20.01.20 Future Bubblers

    Amy and Selassie offer an insight into Future Bubblers, their talent discovery and development programme, powered by Brownswood Recordings. Strictly new, UK music.

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  • 20.01.20 Worldwide Awards 2020: Track of the Year, Sampa The Great

    On the 20th -24th Jan 2020, from 3-6pm GMT, Gilles Peterson presents the Worldwide Awards with a special series of broadcasts live from the Brownswood Basement and surprise locations. For one year only, while our usual venue KOKO enjoys a new lick of paint, Worldwide FM brings you the winners, live sessions, and special guests from around the world every day. Before we broadcast the awards, it’s your chance to vote for some of the most important categories up for grabs in this edition of the awards. On today’s show, Gilles Peterson will present the ‘Track of the Year’ award. Tune in for special guests and Alex Patchwork’s ultimate warm up set.

  • 20.01.20 La Mezcla: Ady Harley with Michel Vega & Daniel Ganjaman

    La Mezcla is a monthly show hosted by Ady Harley, broadcasting from Miami on the third Monday of every month. Expect to hear the freshest music from all over Latin America, including Brazil and the Caribbean. This edition Ady Harley sits in the studio in Miami digging through crates of old Cuban LPs with Magnus CEO and Founder, Michel Vega. He then interviews Latin Grammy winning producer Daniel Ganjaman in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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  • 20.01.20 WW Tokyo: Toshio Matsuura with Shun Ishiwaka live from WIRED HOTEL Asakusa

    Our weekly Japanese rotation takes us to Tokyo’s Asakusa district with presenter Toshio Matsuura , DJ/creative, original founding member of United Future Oranization, at the controls. WW Tokyo is live from WIRED HOTEL ASAKUSA. On this week’s show, Shun Ishiwaka, one of the prominent drummers in the Japanese Jazz scene whom released a new album “Songbook III,” joins Toshio for a chat. This show is open to public, broadcasting 8PM-10PM Japanese local time. Feel free to come join us.

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  • 18.01.20 Haseeb Iqbal with Anthony Anaxagorou

    Broadcaster Haseeb Iqbal is back for his monthly show. He is joined by poet and writer Anthony Anaxagorou for a chat and a performance.

  • 17.01.20 Celebrating Cedar Walton

    Worldwide FM hosts and family celebrate the legendary American jazz pianist Cedar Walton‘s birthday with beautiful words and his music for the next two hours. Tune in to hear selections by Paul Bradshaw, Tina Edwards, Elliot Galvin, Toshio Matsuura, Rebecca Vasmant and Gilles Peterson. “Happy birthday Cedar Walton… One of my absolute favourites who appears on so many classic Blue Notes from Freddie Hubbard to Joe Henderson —— he also wrote some classics like Bolivia and Mosaic ——- and his career was constant either as leader or accompanist that passed through a brilliant disco fusion phase that included his Mobius albums… I can never get enough of ‘the girl with discotheque eyes’ from his album…” – Gilles Peterson “I first got onto Cedar Walton via his 1986 recording with Jack DeJohnette and Roy Carter, which is a great release. However, I’d pick Mode For Joe – it’s one of his compositions which became a standard, and is a good example of Walton enabling space in the track by not always being at the forefront; his main focus is on creating colour and texture, rather than soloing intensely. It’s a wicked track. I look forward to hearing it on Worldwide!” – Tina Edwards “When I think about Cedar Walton I think about blues and feel. As well as being an amazing composer/arranger/band leader I think he really changed the game for me in the way he comps. He always made every band he played with feel great, a master acompaniest, a skill which sometimes gets overlooked for flashy soloist playing, but to make a band really groove is a rare skill. This album was the first time I heard him, I used to go to this old record fare behind a church in Greenwich when I was a teenager and this guy there took me under his wing recommending things for me to listen to, I told him I wanted to be a jazz pianist and he gave me this Blue Mitchell album amongst a couple of others to check out. The band is Horace Silver’s of the time with Cedar instead of Horace Silver and the fact that Cedar walton can easily hold his own amongst these guys is testament to how great he was. Having said all that about accompanying he does a burning solo on this blues at the end!” – Elliot Galvin “Cedar Walton is one of my all time favourite musicians, the amount of amazing records he made is insane, and when I first got into listening through the stuff he made, it felt like each record I discovered kind of taught me something new about my taste in jazz, and I learned something from them which I’m super grateful for. Before, I wouldn’t have seeked out records from certain time periods, usually my favourite time for jazz is late 60s to mid 70s, but lots of his more modern records, even up to the latest record I listened to his from around 2010, were as amazing to listen to as his records from my favourite time further back. So much I could say, but yeah what a hero!” – Rebecca Vasmant “To tell truth I’m not massively familiar with Cedar Walton’s discography. I was hip to his playing on Donald Byrd’s ‘Slow Drag’ – a tune Gilles and myself included on the Japanese Blue Note comp ‘Make It Deep N Phunky’ – and ‘Blackjack’. There were other cuts like ‘Ugetsu’ which he wrote and played alongside Freddie Hubbard and Wayne Shorter in Art Blakey’s Messengers. In the 90’s Cedar played with young players like Terrence Blanchard , Joshua Redman, Vincent Herring as well as Rahsaan Roland Kirk sideman/trombonist Steve Turre but overall I’d have to be a bit predictable and go to his Eastern Rebellion (No. 1) LP and ‘Naima’ where he shares the honours with George Coleman, Sam Jones and Billy Higgins. ‘Bolivia’ is pretty cool as well…” – Paul Bradshaw “Cedar Walton is piano artisan since he was member of Jazz Messengers early 60s. His piano sound is always his sound play soft and slow, fast. Recorded live with Sam Jones(Bas) & Billy Higgins(Drums) December 23, 1974 at “Pit Inn”, Tokyo. Enjoy!” – Toshio Matsuura

  • 17.01.20 Artform Radio: Franky Vasquez

    This Thursday sees the very first in our new 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. As Lead Engineer and A&R for Snoop Dogg’s Record label, Frank Vasquez has worked with the likes of Dr. Dre, Dj Premier, Wu Tang Clan, Mobb Deep and many more.

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  • 17.01.20 Artform Radio: Josh Kun

    This Thursday sees the very first in our new 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. Next up, we have author, curator, and cultural historian Josh Kun. He is the Director of the USC Annenberg School of Communication, where is a Professor and holds the Chair in Cross-Cultural Communication.

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  • 17.01.20 Artform Radio: Michael Barnes

    This Thursday sees the very first in our new 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. Originally from Atlanta, GA, Michael Barnes has worked as a DJ since 1993 at non-commercial/community radio stations around the U.S., including WRAS-Atlanta, WORT-Madison, KALX-Berkeley, KCRW-Santa Monica and KPFK-Los Angeles. Since 2009, Barnes is also the curator of the Melting Pot audio blog (meltingpotblog.com). Additionally, Barnes holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley and is presently a lecturer in Sociology at CSU-Long Beach. He currently resides in the Los Angeles area.

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  • 17.01.20 Artform Radio: Adrienne Williams

    This Thursday sees the very first in our new 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. Adrienne Williams is a cultural force raised in Detroit and based in Los Angeles. She has been documenting the music scene for two decades while pushing the culture forward with her unique perspective on pop culture and style. She can also name any song faster than Da Baby starts rapping on a song.

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  • 17.01.20 Pete on the Corner with David Walters

    On The Corner Records boss Pete Buckenham with two hours of spiritual sounds and cosmic vibes. He is joined by David Walters, Creole singer-songwriter who is releasing his debut album ‘Soleil Kreyol’ from Heavenly Sweetness, for a live performance and chat at Brownswood Basement.  

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  • 17.01.20 WW Daily: MARINA with M.T. Hadley

    Our Daily show, hosted by Papaoul (Gabriel Francis) on Mondays and Fridays and Erica McKoy on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. In one hour, catch up with the latest sessions, music, news and guests in our flagship WW Daily show. Tune in today as Marina takes over WW Daily covering for Papaoul. She is joined by experimental pop producer and song-writer M.T. Hadley in the studio.

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  • 17.01.20 CoOp presents: Selectors Assemble with IG Culture, Wonky Logic, EVM 128 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. In selection this month is IG Culture, Alex Phountzi, EVM 128, and Wonky Logic.  

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  • 17.01.20 Kate Hutchinson with Baloji

    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. For her first show of 2020, Kate welcomes Congolese musician and groundbreaking visual artist Baloji into the studio as he prepares to show his film-making work at this month’s London Short Film Festival (10-19 January). They’ll be discussing his music, their striking videos and his afternoon of films at the ICA, London, on Saturday 18 January, which, he says, “uses Moustapha Alassane’s newly restored ‘Samba le Grande’, the first African animation entirely in colour, as a springboard to curate a programme of short film exploring experimentation in contemporary African cinema.”

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  • 17.01.20 Global Roots Radio

    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.

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  • 16.01.20 Artform Radio: Oliver Wang

    This Thursday sees the very first in our new 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, 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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  • 16.01.20 Artform Radio: Nelson George

    This Thursday sees the very first in our new 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, author and filmmaker Nelson George is live. His books include Where Did Our Love Go: The Rise and Fall of the Motown Sound, The Death of Rhythm and Blues, Hip Hop America and the recently released The Nelson George Mixtape.

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  • 16.01.20 Le Mellotron: Anders

    Selector Anders Sicre broadcasts direct from Parisian cafe and radio institution Le Mellotron for their latest weekly transmission.

  • 16.01.20 Universal Sanctuary: Tina Edwards with Poly-Ritmo

    Tina Edwards hosts Universal Sanctuary. Dance can be triggered by improvised Jazz, classic four to the floor or whatever it is that moves our souls; Universal Sanctuary is the junction between live Jazz, electronic music and DJ culture; a place that warmly invites you to lose your inhibitions and open your ears even wider. Together we visit cities around the world to discover something new that moves us, whilst we create a new intersection between mixes, interpretive live sessions and global DIY scenes. For this month’s show, Tina is joined by DJ and radio host Poly Ritmo.

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  • 16.01.20 Realistic Behaviour: Alabaster DePlume

    Tune in for Realistic Behaviour with Alabaster DePlume on Worldwide FM. Alabaster introduces musicians from different backgrounds to play together for the first time, and develop material live on-air. Charles Prest (Flamingods) on Electric Guitar Bridget Dara (10:32) on voice Connie Dalrymple (Mandrea Festival Italy) on voice/acoustic Mahmoud on Oud, (from Syria) Marwa in conversation and supporting Mahmoud

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  • 16.01.20 WW Daily: Erica McKoy and MIMS with Glowzi live from Montreal, Canada

    Our Daily show, hosted by Papaoul (Gabriel Francis) on Mondays and Fridays and Erica McKoy on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. In one hour, catch up with the latest sessions, music, news and guests in our flagship WW Daily show. For this week, Erica is broadcasting live from Montreal, Canada with co-host Alexis from MIMS, scanning the MTL scene with Music Is My Sanctuary. For today’s show they are joined by artist and DJ Glowzi to talk about visual arts connection with music and how it all started for her.  

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  • 16.01.20 Artform Radio: Adrian Younge and Endo

    This Thursday sees the very first in our new 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 first of many shows to come, DJ and unconventional hip-hop producer Adrian Younge goes live with DJ and legendary private record dealer Endo (WaxAddictLA) for a chat and a selection for the next two hours.  

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  • 15.01.20 Earlybird: Lefto

    Our weekly Earlybird show direct from Brussels returns with Lefto at the controls, spanning upfront music from hip hop to jazz to club sounds. Tune in as he comes with brand new and exclusives fro Makaya Mc Craven, Dominic J Marshall, Anunaku as well as music from Belgium from Liesa Van Der Aa and Corrupted.

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  • 15.01.20 On The Corner with Tamar Collocutor and Penya

    Collocutor’s Tamar and Penya of On The Corner Records take over Pete Buckenham’s two hour show for this month. Expect to hear spiritual sounds and cosmic vibes. Penya are a genre defying quartet that embody the energised sound of a cosmopolitan UK with a hint of traditional folkloric rhythms, club culture motifs and DIY electronics mark the band’s distinct sound.

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  • 15.01.20 Cape Town: Simbad with The Other DJs, Deep Aztec and Cajoux

    Monthly show from Simbad, long-standing Brownswood curator and producer. Simbad is coming to you live from Cape Town. He is joined by DJs and promoters, The Other DJs, South African born and based electronic music producer and record label owner, Deep Aztec for a live session and Cajoux for a chat and a guest mix.

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  • 15.01.20 WW Daily: Erica McKoy and MIMS with Priori live from Montreal, Canada

    Our Daily show, hosted by Papaoul (Gabriel Francis) on Mondays and Fridays and Erica McKoy on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. In one hour, catch up with the latest sessions, music, news and guests in our flagship WW Daily show. For this week, Erica is broadcasting live from Montreal, Canada with co-host Alexis from MIMS, scanning the MTL scene with Music Is My Sanctuary. On today’s show, they’re joined by DJ, producer Priori to talk about clubbing in the city.

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  • 15.01.20 International Tribe: Bufiman

    International Tribe is a weekly mix series hosted by Thris Tian. This week’s International Tribe mix comes from Bufiman. Jan Schülte, AKA Bufiman is a producer and DJ from Dusseldorf. Having released countless records under various aliases, Jan Schülte continues to push the envelope as an artist. He has released on many labels, such as Dekmantel, Music For Dreams, Verein Freier Menschen und Musik and many more. His back catalogue also contains recordings under his alias Wolf Müller, and spans genres and tempos. His sound can be described as Psychedelic, dubby grooves with mind-bending samples and rhythms. His latest release on Dekmantel, titled ‘Albumsi’, is his debut LP as Bufiman. It is his first record since leaving his day job of 11 years, freeing up time to focus on his music without external pressure. Tune into his International Tribe mix for an hour of psychedelic, chugging electronics.

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  • 14.01.20 WW Melbourne: Prequel

    Our WW Melbourne rotation continues with Prequel for a two hour show. He returns with his first show of 2020. 2 hours of music dedicated to the current Bushfire crisis happening all over Australia. Please click here for many ways you can donate, every little bit counts!

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  • 14.01.20 WW Daily: Erica McKoy and MIMS with Pascale Project live from Montreal, Canada

    Our Daily show, hosted by Papaoul (Gabriel Francis) on Mondays and Fridays and Erica McKoy on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. In one hour, catch up with the latest sessions, music, news and guests in our flagship WW Daily show. For this week, Erica is broadcasting live from Montreal, Canada with co-host Alexis from MIMS, scanning the MTL scene with Music Is My Sanctuary. For today’s show, they are joined by Pascale Project.

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