This is the running order for the show tonight on Slice Audio, 9 August 2019
There are some notes at the bottom of the page.
Listen live each Friday 19h00 to 21h00 UTC extended recording 03h00 to 05h00 Saturday Listen at Slice Audio or
|1||Kathryn Tickell & The Darkening||Aboot the Bush||Hollowbone|
|2||Tinariwen||Zawal (feat. Warren Ellis & Noura Mint Seymali & Jeiche Ould Chighaly)||Amadjar|
|3||Salsa Celtica||Descarga Gaélica||The Tall Islands|
|4||La Mano Ajena||Aves Errantes||La Mano Ajena|
|5||Ten Second Songs||Enter Starman||Single|
|6||Mashrou’ Leila||Cavalry||The Beirut School|
|7||Javiera Mena||Hasta la Verdad||Mena|
|8||Dave Edmunds||Girls Talk||The Best of Dave Edmunds|
|9||Roma Ransom||Salsa Lindo||Vardo – EP|
|11||Emma Langford||Goodbye Hawaii||Goodbye Hawaii – Single|
|12||Santana||Los Invisibles (feat. Buika)||Africa Speaks|
|13||Jackson Browne||The Load Out (Live)||Running On Empty|
|14||Jackson Browne||Stay (Live)||Running On Empty|
|15||Larkin Poe||Blue ridge mountains|
|1||Flor de Toloache||Besos de Mezcal||Indestructible|
|2||Romano Drom||Hajdi Phrala||Give Me Wine|
|3||Steve Winwood||While You See a Chance||Arc of a Diver (Deluxe Edition)|
|4||Kongero||Klar e luft (with Massivet)||Vaerla Vaken (with Massivet)|
|7||Amy Thatcher||April’s Child||Solo|
|8||Hafdís Huld||You’re the First the Last My Everything||Variations|
|9||Suistamon Sähkö||Hummani Hei||Etkot, Pectopah ja Etnoteknoa|
|11||The The||Uncertain Smile||Soul Mining|
|12||Maciel Melo – Forró Miúdo||Brazil|
Kathryn Tickell & The Darkening Aboot the Bush from Hollowbone
Musicians from Northumberland, Scotland, Ireland and England
(feat. Warren Ellis who works with Nick Cave, and Noura Mint Seymali & Jeiche Ould Chighaly both from Mauritania) Abum Amadjar release There’s a single out at the moment Taqkal Tarha” featuring Micah Nelson. Extensive north America tour in September to late October then Europe Ireland and the UK in October November.
Salsa Celtica Descarga Gaélica The Tall Islands
Their 5th studio album for 2014 Salsa Celtica with influences from Tommy Makem to Celia Cruz
Mashrou’ Leila Cavalry The Beirut School
Been in the news recently and banned from playing in their home country
The Lebanese quartet [The Guardian] were due to play Byblos international festival on 9 August, but the set has been cancelled “to prevent bloodshed and preserve security” according to the organisers, after critics of the band on social media threatened to attack the concert.
[AP via Bloomberg reported] The band has been a champion of LGBT rights in the Arab world and regularly sings about controversial subjects such as sectarianism, corruption and other social and political problems.
CNN Said Mashrou’ Leila was cleared of wrongdoing last week after an investigation by authorities, But threats against the band persisted, sparking outrage from civil society groups and international rights organization.
According to The Guardian The office of the town’s archbishop had published a statement that said the group “undermine religious and human values [and] attack sacred symbols of Christianity”, while the country’s Catholic Information Centre called them a “danger to society”.
Javiera Mena Hasta la Verdad Mena
Some more from Chile – and more in coming weeks
Roma Ransom Salsa Lindo Vardo – EP
I go out searching for music all week and sometimes I get to this point and wonder, Where did I find this? Why did I decide to play it? It’s a good tune.Grace Anne Easley and Gordon Ralph Dean Lewis both from Minnesota – began busking on the streets of Springfield, Missouri and now are in Colorado Springs. So far only one EP from 2015.
Flor de Toloache Besos de Mezcal Indestructible
A traditional all woman mariachi band with one foot in Mexico and one foot in New York. Fusion of tex/mex and pop – more mainstream than their last album
Romano Drom Hajdi Phrala Give Me Wine
Give Me Wine marks the twentieth anniversary of the legendary guardians of Olah gipsy music, Romano Drom. A national treasure in their Hungarian homeland
Kongero Klar e luft (with Massivet) Vaerla Vaken (with Massivet)
Another all woman band Swedish Folk’appella Kongero traditional Swedish music in their own style.
Maija Kauhanen Sinisilmä Raivopyörä
Specialising in the Finish kantele an instrument with 15 strings or 40 for the concert kantele Looks a bit like a harp with one side closed in.
Amy Thatcher April’s Child Solo
Amy Thatcher plays solo accordion and also with Kathryn Tickell and The Monster Ceilidh band. New album. totally solo