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Acoustic vibes in the studio this month...I’m joined by Turkish soulstress Eda who combines vintage soul, London swag and her eastern roots within her music. Also featured this month, new sounds from jazz don Kamasi Washington, Urdu love songs remixed from Coldcut, South African bass-lines, Helena Hauff’s new EP out on Ninja Tune and more!


Coldcut ft. Hamsika Iyer - Kajra Mohabbat Wala (Ahead of our Time)
The Soul Session two ft. Omar - Wish the beat to never stop (Agogo Records)
Anchorsong - Slider (Tru Thoughts)
Werkha ft Berry Blacc - Foolin Self (Tru Thoughts)
Sudan Archives - Paid (Stones Throw)
XOA - Diaspora - Laolu Remix (Soundway Records)
Helena Hauff - Gift (Ninja Tune)
Kxngs - Hasoodi (Tru Thoughts)
Brotha Onaci - Dreams of Flying (Independent)
Alex Rocks ft Sleep Sinatra - Ultimatum (Lovemonk)
Moonchild - The List (Tru Thoughts)


Acoustic session with Eda and Mike


Camilla Luna - Buggin Out (Cymasonic)
Sampa The Great - Rhymes To The East (Big Dada)
WITCH - Janet (Now Again Records)
Zara McFarlane - All Africa (Brownswood)
Mop Mop ft Wayne Snow Azaxx remix - Lunar Love Supreme (Agogo Records)
Kamasi Washington - Truth (Young Turks)


It’s session eighteen people and I’ve heaps of global soul and jazz-infused goodness for you. We’re crossing Mali with Trio da Kali, Colombian jungle techno, shades of 90s R&B thanks to Kelela and more. New label releases from Brownswood, Black Acre, Stones Throw, Warp, Soundway and more.

We're deep-diving into the latest global underground sounds from India. I'm joined by Mumbai-based Aneesha who runs the music platform WAVLNGTH where we discuss artists to watch out for, festivals, socio-cultural initiatives and more.

Sonar 2017 was immense. In it's 24th year and the music festival still remains the most respected worldwide for electronic and advanced music. I represented Radar Radio and had 1-2-1 chats with Benji B, Soulection and Fat Freddy's Drop.

And I took over Gilles Peterson's Worldwide FM airwaves for an hour. The session features Sarathy Korwar, NX worries, Yussef Kamaal and more. Catch the session above!


To listen to previous shows including recordings from Indian-based station Radio 79, click here.