Bringing the latest in global underground sounds with 'A Worldwide Thing' on London-based station Radar Radio every month covering soul, jazz, hiphop, house and anything in-between - catch the latest show below.

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Worldwide Sounds ✨ The guest mix I recently did for Thris Tian's show 'Global Roots' is up for playback on Worldwide FM. Listen back above - one hour in!

It’s session twenty-four and I've got heaps of newness for you. Releases from Black Acre, Brainfeeder, Awesome Tapes from Africa, Brownswood and much more.



Proc Fiskal - Dish Washing (Hyperdub)

Clap! Clap! - Ode to the Pleiades - Photay remix (Black Acre)

Bicep - Opal - Four Tet remix (Ninja Tune)

Neue Grafik - Why you (Rhythm Section)

Dusty - Don't you worry (Jazz and Milk)

Ross from friends - John Cage (Brainfeeder)

Rhi - Night Driving - Ivy lab remix (Tru thoughts)

Lacuna - Deep impact (BoxOut)

Grandmily & Shozae - Graffiti (Stones Throw)

Young Fathers - Toy (Ninja Tune)

DJ Nigga Fox - Karma (Warp Records)

DJ Katapila - African Techno (Awesome Tapes From Africa)

Chrome Sparks - Whats it gonna take - Machinedrum (Counter Records)

Prophet - Insanity (Stones Throw)

Tuxedo - Shy (Stones Throw)

Stimulator Jones - Give my all (Stones Throw)

Ancient Deep - Hard to fall ft Cry No Mas (Soul Clap Records)

Joe Armon-Jones - Starting Today ft Asheber (Brownswood)

Bart and the Bedazzled - Your sorrow (Love Monk)

Space Captain - Sycamore - Ian Chang remix (Tru Thoughts)

Sean Khan - Palmares Fantasy (Far Out)

Mo' Horizons - Ai mi morena - club des belugas remix (Agogo records)

Toshio Matsuura Group - L.M II (Brownswood)

Victor Assis Brasil - Esperanto (Far Out)

It's all about Peru 🇵🇪Joined by Tiger's Milk Records on chats around Chinca, Andean food and Lima's new electro scene - plus a special mix!

Let’s head to East Africa...recorded live in Kampala  🇺🇬 with the Nyege Nyege crew. The show features live performances, mixes and chats on Singali sounds from Dar es Salaam, a darker side to Bugandan drumming, Congolese techno, Electro Acholi, a Ugandan fiddle player producing sounds with a bottle-cap keyboard and dope DJs.

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.