Around the World – 26 & 28 June 2022

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SliceAudio and FerryFM, and Armagh City Radio play-out Around the World on Sundays from 10.00 pm – midnight local time. The show is also available Tuesdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Lisburn’s 98 FMBangor FM and Down Community Radio

This is around the world – the antidote to airport queues, security checks, cancelled flights and badly behaved passengers. Kick off your shoes, put up your feet, put on the sleep mask and drift off on the magic carpet that is Around the World.

Listen to last week’s show and see the running order on DavySims.com and find out more about the show. You can also listen to Part 1 and Part 2 on Mixcloud.

 

Artist Track Album
Congadar Lamento Chora N’Goma
Congadar Aê Angola Chora N’Goma
KeTeKalles & Pascuala Ilabaca y Fauna Pa’mi Pa’mi – Single
Ibrahima Cissokho & Mandingue Foly Birimbita Liberté Mom Sa Bop
Arooj Aftab Inayaat Vulture Prince
Bareto Perdido (feat. Chongo) El Amor No Es Para Los Débiles
Şatellites Olurmu Dersin (feat. Vicki Ashkenazi) Şatellites
Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita Jula Kuta Echo
Congadar É Devagar Chora N’Goma
Pelkkä Poutanen Mitä tuolta kaukaa näkyy? Pyhä veri vuotaa
Ouiness Zina Habibi Funk – An Electric Selection Of Music From The Arab World, Part 2
Fergus MacKenzie & Simon Thoumire Totally Tropical Exhibit A
Céu May This be Love Um Gosto de Sol
     
     
Part 2    
Quetzal Luz y Miel (Light and Honey) Imaginaries
Riley Family Band Perrodin 2-Step La Vie de Riley
Manuel Maio A Casa Fechada (Então Talvez) Sem Olhar ao Tempo
Pilani Bubu Boom Che Boom Che – Single
Talisk Surya Dawn
Congadar Ê Povo Bão Chora N’Goma
Cimbaliband & Czeremszyna I’ve Got Nothing Else (Nincs Egyebem) World = Music
Ana Alcaide Ecstasi Ritual
Black Mango Mad Girl Lament (feat. Mariam Koné & Samba Touré) Quicksand
Les Amazones d’Afrique Doona (Live) Live – EP
Congadar Grande Anganga Muquixe Chora N’Goma
Anandi Bhattacharya Aurora (feat. Debashish Bhattacharya, Subhasis Bhattacharjee, Carola Ortiz & Charu Hariharan) Joys Abound
Brian Eno  Another Green World  

This Week’s Featured Album

CONGADAR – Chora N’goma I Clipe Oficial

From Brazil, Congadar explore the relationships between the people and music of South America and Africa. In their second album Chora N’Goma the seven piece bring together deep harmonics, African and Brazilian rhythms, and edgy rock guitar. You can see and hear from the clip above how they mix their music derived from the inherited culture of the enslaved people taken from west Africa and transported to America and the indigenous music of Brazil.

This is how they describe themselves on Bandcamp: https://congadar.bandcamp.com/

“Congadar performs a new language of music based by fusion of Congado (a traditional folkloric from Brazil) with the rock. The band search the roots of Brazilian culture with strong link with cultural identity of afroculture.

“The sounds of the band explores values the Africa’s black culture, in three voices mixed with the cross beat of the “caixa”, drums, bass and guitar.”

There are 5 tracks on the show starting with the two songs that open the album.


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Other music on the show this week

KeTeKalles & Pascuala Ilabaca y Fauna    Pa’mi

Pascuala Ilabaca [Facebook] is an accordion playing singer from Valparaiso, in Chile and her band is called Fauna. KeTeKalles is a four piece all woman band from – Santiago in Chile – and together they have produced a single Pa’mi. KeTeKalles are no strangers to the show but I hadn’t heard of Pascuala Ilabaca. They played Greenbelt in 2015.

Şatellites & Riff Cohen – Olurmu Dersin

They play Anatolian rock and Turkish psychedelic            and like another band who feature on the show – Altan Gun, they are not from Turkey – they don’t live in Istanbul. Şatellites are from Tel Aviv – Altun Gun are based in Amsterdam.

“The group comprises talented vocalist Yuli Shafriri on the synth; Itamar Klüger on the baglama & bouzouki; Ariel Harrosh on the bass, and Azriel ‘Raz’ Man on the drums.

“The band plays anything from Anatolian rock to vintage psych and spacey grooves. They describe their sound as retro-fresh psych à la Turk, a musical “laboratory” lost somewhere between the mysterious alleys of 70’s Istanbul and the scorching sun and crystal blue sea of Jaffa-Tel Aviv, 2020.” Batov Records

 

Pyhä veri vuotaa is a particularly eccentric album from Pelkkä Poutanen. Often when I say “eccentric” what I really mean is “inaccessible” or “difficult” music. This album isn’t. Petra Poutanen is a Finish artist who plays with the band UTU, but as a solo performer she goes by Pelkkä Poutanen – Just Poutanen –

Her album  is also on Bandcamp.

 


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