This show was 23rd in the global folk chart, 60th in the global world chart, 72nd in the global electronic chart and 97th in the global jazz chart.
Nightshop show #98 September via Radio Campus Bxl with 3 hours of new global sounds. Our songs of the day are by Jaimie Branch and her social jazz (rest in peace) and the band Kutu (France/Ethiopia) and their azmari sound. Our albums of the month begin with Djibouti folklore by Yanna Momina, Gnawa freejazz by Montreal/Moroccan group Kadef Abgi, Bamako folk funk by BKO from Mali and freejazz & ambient vibes by Carlos Niño & Friends. Continuing with albums by Belgian group Compro Oro in contemporary exotica psyche, Colombian groups Meridian Brothers & Grupo Renacimiento with experimental social salsa, A Guide to the Birdsong of Western Africa, showcasing endangered birds with compositions by contemporary African artists. Ending the show in percussive and electronic vibes with ritual temple songs by Amaliya Group from Malawi, heavy percussive Torozebu project by Clap Clap and deep downtempo sounds from South America on compilation ZZK Sound Vol.4. Download here: https://bit.ly/3CsNK4G