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Pour son émission du mois d’avril, Christian Coiffure décortique l’avant-garde européenne entre jazz et post punk, via Fist Of Facts, Tuxedomoon, Populär Mechanik et bien d’autres.

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Diego Olivas from the FOND/Sound blog returns to our station with an episode entitled “Sueño Con Mexico”, giving the listeners a brief opening into summer with a springtime mix of sun-kissed, Balearic, guitar-centric instrumental ballads from unlikely sources found in New Age, jazz, fourth world and minimalist groups. It’s a love letter, of sorts, to the musical rhythms of Latin America and the tropics.

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Maïssa aka Théorème retrouve nos ondes et le studio pour une nouvelle édition de Dopazione, se baladant entre hip-hop, jazz, indie rock et synth-pop..

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L’émission d’aujourd’hui couvre la période qui s’étend entre le 17 juillet et le 11 septembre 1939. À l’exception de deux morceaux gravés à la Havane et de celui du Quintette du Hot Club de France, mis en boîte à Londres, tous les titres proposés ont été enregistrés à New York, décidément le centre discographique le plus important en ce qui concerne les musiques noires et créoles à cette époque. Parmi les merveilles qui attendent les personnes qui nous écoutent, signalons la première chanson, signée Cab Calloway et dédiée à nouveau à la marijuana. Pour les habitués des pistes de danse, Gin Mill Special et Tuxedo Junction sont des hits incontournables, ainsi que les extraits d’une séance particulièrement détendue et swingante de Fats Waller. Des chefs d’œuvre attendent l’amateur éclairé, telles les productions « live » du trompettiste Roy Eldridge, Opus 5 par le sextette du contrebassiste John Kirby, la version de The Man I Love par Django Reinhardt avec le soutien complice de Stéphane Grappelli, ici au piano, ainsi que les deux pièces de l’orchestre de Lionel Hampton, qui mettent en scène le grand saxophoniste Coleman Hawkins, tout juste rentré d’Europe, dans When Lights Are Low et le trompettiste Dizzy Gillespie dans Hot Mallets, dédiée aux mailloches du leader. Je signale enfin un grand classique de la musique cubaine, Al Vaivén De Mi Carreta, de Guillermo Portabales.

Alors que la France et l’Angleterre ne font aucun effort sérieux pour aboutir à la conclusion d’une convention militaire avec l’Union soviétique, celle-ci accepte la proposition allemande de pacte de non-agression. Signé à Moscou le 23 août 1939, le pacte, dans une clause secrète, règle le partage de l’Europe orientale entre les sphères d’influence respectives des deux États. Le 28, Hitler adresse un ultimatum à la Pologne que ses troupes envahissent le 1er septembre. Le 3, devant le refus allemand d’évacuer leur armée, la France et la Grande-Bretagne déclarent la guerre au Reich. L’Italie mussolinienne proclame sa « non-belligérance ».

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Max revient au studio pour une nouvelle édition d’A mon Score Défendant, pour jouer entre bandes-sonores cryptiques, jeux-video et autres constructions imagées…

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Cette compilation rassemble quelques chefs d’œuvre des musiques noires et créoles des mois de juin et juillet 1939, tant étatsuniennes que cubaines et africaines. On y évoque avec une certaine insistance les vapeurs de la marijuana dans le premier titre, The Jive Is Jumpin’, des Four Clefs, et dans le sixième, Killin’ Jive de Cats and the Fiddle. Si un doute devait subsister dans l’esprit du fidèle auditeur que vous êtes, je vous invite à visionner la vidéo suivante :

Les pièces maîtresses ne manquent par ailleurs pas. Difficile, par exemple, de ne pas succomber à l’atmosphère désolée émanant de Way Low, de Duke Ellington, qui de retour d’Europe, y annonce peut-être la guerre à venir, ou au climat délicieusement sensuel dans lequel baigne Ain’t Cha Comin’ Home, du vibraphoniste Lionel Hampton. Comment ne pas danser frénétiquement à l’écoute de Checkin’ Out Goodbye de Duke Ellington, à l’humour distancié, et des quatre morceaux proposés par l’orchestre du pianiste Earl Hines, aussi novateurs qu’au swing fougueux ? Si vous aimez la danse, vous apprécierez très certainement les rumbas et autres guarachas proposées par le Cuarteto Caney ainsi que, surtout, par l’orchestre afro-cubain Chepín-Chovén. Quelques échos de musique highlife du Ghana et deux chœurs sud-africains complètent avec bonheur ce panorama discographique afro-américain du début de l’été 1939.

L’Allemagne hitlérienne prépare activement la guerre en signant des pactes de non-agression avec le Danemark, le 31 mai 1939, avec la Lettonie et l’Estonie le 7 juin tout en mettant toujours davantage la pression sur la Pologne des colonels, tandis qu’en juillet, les négociations entre le Royaume-Uni, la France et l’Union soviétique s’enlisent

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James Stewart de Black Atlantic Club retrouve le studio pour une nouvelle édition de “Talkin’ That Talk”, oscillant entre jazz, soul, afrobeat et plus pendant une heure..

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Jean Toussaint est en charge de la gwo sound du mois de mars, une heure rêveuse entre modal, spiritual et cool jazz aux accents de bossanova et musiques latines, via Les Baxter, Horace Silver ou Beastie Boys.

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Saumure retrouve le studio pour une nouvelle édition du “Banger est dans le Pré”, oscillant entre jazz, folk, paysages sonores éthérés, doucement étranges, passant par Serge Bulot, Ben Bertrand, Obree Alie et plus.

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Shoeg contributes to an hour one-off selection, a few months after releasing his album, “Container”, via the label Orange Milk.

Here are his words about the mix:
“Mix started a bit around this 80s kind of colonial sonic idea about Africa.
Then ditched some fusion jazz things, and then I thought the vibe was interestingly weird.The outcome is a mix of some ideas and sounds that helped me build my sound with recent discoveries.
It revolves around FM synths, MIDI experimentation and nice ambiances, mostly 80s second half.”


Pensé comme une bande originale du livre “Junky” de William Burrough, ce nouvel épisode de Chrome Radical oscille entre avant-garde, gutter punk et improvisations jazz. Avec Suicide, Psychic TV ou encore The Velvet Underground.

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Love is the word for Black Zone Myth Chant’s February broadcast, binding together for this month’s Winged Sun show a one-hour selection of jazz, dub and experimental music from King Tubby, Ghedalia Tazartes, Huerco S. Yves Tumor and many more.

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James Stewart, de Palmwine Records et Black Atlantic Club, revient sur nos ondes pour une heure entre blues, jazz, soul et folk africaine, avec des tracks de Frimpong, Marlena Show et plus.

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Comme depuis plusieurs mois maintenant, les héros discographiques de ce deuxième semestre de 1938 restent les orchestres de Count Basie et de Duke Ellington, ainsi que les groupes formés par des musiciens de ce dernier. Jumpin’ At The Woodside et Panassie Stomp, dédié au critique français Hugues Panassié, comptent parmi les sommets discographiques de Count Basie, tandis qu’Old King Dooji de Duke Ellington est bien propre à enflammer le dancefloor. Peu de musique caribéenne cette fois-ci, si on excepte une version du calypso jamaïcain Sly Mongoose et deux morceaux gravés par l’Orchestre du Casino de la Plage de la Havane, avec une notable apparition du fabuleux tresero cubain Arsenio Rodríguez dans Se Va El Caramelero. On dansera également sur le solide Roll ‘Em Pete, qui fait dialoguer le chanteur de blues Joe Turner avec le pianiste Pete Johnson.

Réunis en juillet 1938 à Évian, les représentants des États démocratiques refusent de faciliter l’émigration des juifs allemands et autrichiens, tandis que la révolte arabe en Palestine atteint son pic durant l’été et que les attentats anti-arabes dus à l’organisation sioniste Irgoun font plus d’une centaine de morts. Hitler quant à lui multiplie les provocations à l’égard de la Tchécoslovaquie, exigeant l’annexion à l’Allemagne des territoires peuplés en majorité par des germanophones. Le 30 septembre la France et l’Angleterre s’inclinent à Munich devant le Troisième Reich. La Tchécoslovaquie perd le quart de sa superficie. En Allemagne, la persécution des juifs s’intensifie, atteignant un pic tragique durant la « Nuit de Cristal » (9 novembre). Les juifs sont éliminés de la vie économique du Reich par le décret du 12 novembre.
En Espagne, les républicains perdent la bataille de l’Èbre durant l’automne. Les nationalistes lancent l’offensive finale sur ls Catalogne le 23 décembre

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Écoutez la dernière émission du collectif Simple Music Experience, avec le trio Violent Quand On Aime, qui retrouve — après avoir investi la première édition — nos ondes pour une heure partagée entre musiques expérimentale, industrielle et jazz.

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The boss is back with an archival show featuring more than two hours of music for the mind, jazz of all modes and spiritual circulations.

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Waxist est de retour dans nos studio pour une émission mêlant deux heures durant, et comme à son habitude, funk, jazz, island reggae, boogie, et bien plus encore.

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Brussels-based Different Fountains Records gets back to business with a special episode focusing on Anime music, including the Japanese masters Nujabes, Yoko Kanno, Ryuichi Sakamoto and many more great soundtracks for such films and series as Akira, Cowboy Bepop, Samurai Champloo, Nausicaa, Ghost In The Shell…

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Le disquaire lyonnais Sofa Records retrouve notre studio pour une heure de reggae, spiritual jazz, grooves insulaires et world, avec des tracks des Parents du Campus, Yoruba Singers, Mad Professor, Versatile et plus..

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Le programme de cette émission, qui couvre la production phonographique des mois de mars à juin 1938, est d’une incroyable diversité. Au début du mois de mars, les ingénieurs du son de Decca terminent leur série d’enregistrements réalisés à Port-of-Spain. On retiendra l’étonnant Lil’ Lil’ Gal et surtout The Jabeless Woman, magnifiée par la voix passée au papier de verre de Lord Executor. Rendez-vous est d’ores et déjà pris pour février 1939, afin de capter les calypsos qui auront obtenu le plus de succès au prochain carnaval. Aux États-Unis, les orchestres de Duke Ellington, Jimmie Lunceford, Chick Webb sont probablement les meilleurs de cette époque. Comment ne pas danser sur la version proposée par Lunceford de Sweet Sue, ou sur A-Tisket A-Tasket de Chick Webb, une bluette proposée par la voix fraîche et jeune d’Ella Fitzgerald ? On rêvera longuement sur You Go To My Head, une chanson délicatement interprétée par Billie Holiday, sur Blue And Sentimental, un morceau instrumental dans lequel Lester Young à la clarinette répond au saxophone ténor chaleureux de Herschel Evans, et sur A Gipsy Without A Song, une ballade écrite par Duke Ellington et jouée par son orchestre. Un détour par la Cabane cubaine de Paris permettra de réentendre la voix sublime d’Antonio Machín dans Son Retozón ainsi que le Quintette du Hot Club de France dans Swing De Paris, et ce voyage s’achèvera à Johannesburg, où, le groupe EMI charge le label His Master’s Voice de graver quelques-uns des représentants les plus qualifiés de la musique noire sud-africaine. Dans sa série G. V. (pour Gramophone et Victor), cette compagnie répandra le meilleur de la musique cubaine et des Caraïbes hispanophones sur l’ensemble du continent africain, ce qui aura un impact décisif sur le développement de la musique de ce continent dans les décennies à venir.

Le 12 mars 1938, les troupes du Reich envahissent l’Autriche sous les acclamations de la majorité de sa population, une annexion qui prépare le démembrement à venir de la Tchécoslovaquie, où la minorité allemande des Sudètes provoque des émeutes le 1er mai. En Espagne, l’offensive nationaliste en direction de la Méditerranée à partir du sud de l’Aragon aboutit le 15 avril à la prise de Vinaroz, ville côtière. Désormais, l’Espagne républicaine est coupée en deux.
Les États-Unis orchestrent le boycott mondial de la société Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), issue de l’expropriation des compagnies étrangères le 18 mars ordonnée le 18 mars par le président Lázaro Cárdenas, une décision qui a entraîné la rupture des relations diplomatiques entre la Grande-Bretagne et le Mexique.

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Chez Emile Records revient au studio pour y dispenser ses Tips: nouveautés, rééditions et disques de seconde main, tous issus des bacs du disquaire, comprenant Lucas Croon Spike, ZULI, Mulatu Astatke et autres.

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Le fondateur du Black Atlantic Club, dj et producer James Stewart retrouve notre studio pour une nouvelle session, circulant entre jazz, folk africaine et boogie, avec des tracks de Mulatu Atsatke, Urban de Castro, Metano Juma et plus..

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Max Duplan retrouve nos ondes chaleureuses pour une nouvelle heure de musique paisibles, entre library italienne, jazz, dub et autre via Piero Umiliani, Muslimgauze, Haruomi Hosono et plus.

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Trois semaines de musique noire enregistrée en février 1938 pour cette émission, dont une petite moitié de jazz et du calypso pour le reste. Cela peut paraître mince comme programme. En réalité, il n’en est rien puisque le début nous permet d’entendre un Sidney Bechet flamboyant dans quatre titres ; tout d’abord son évocation vocale du fumeur de marijuana (Viper Mad) puis l’ode qu’il dédie à son instrument, la clarinette (Blackstick), et peut-être aussi au sexe masculin. Viennent ensuite trois morceaux de l’orchestre de Count Basie, notamment I Sent For You Yesterday, un blues dans lequel chante Jimmy Rushing et qui cartonne sur la piste de danse grâce au tempo élastique qui l’anime et une progression parfaitement maîtrisée de la tension. Duke Ellington et sa chanteuse Ivie Anderson essaient de leur côté de lancer une nouvelle danse, le Skrontch, avec le soutien efficace du saxophoniste Johnny Hodges, tandis que le guitariste et chanteur Slim Gaillard manie avec bonheur l’humour déjanté dans Flat Foot Floogie, un tube à l’époque.

C’est en février 1938 que la compagnie Decca envoie pour la première fois ses techniciens capter sur l’île même de Trinidad le son des meilleurs calypsoniens du moment, à l’occasion du carnaval dans la capitale, Port of Spain, au cours de séances marathons, dans lesquelles ces chanteurs, The Lion, Lord Executor ou The Caresser, commentent l’actualité, brillamment soutenus par les orchestres locaux de John Buddy Williams et des Codallo’s Top Hatters, ou par celui des Harmony Kings, d’excellents musiciens venus de l’île de Grenade. Ceux-ci préfigurent le ska dans Don’t Touch Me et livrent une version convaincante de l’étonnant Jack Broth, très populaire sur un dancefloor encore de nos jours. The Lion dresse le portrait du boxeur afro-américain Joe Louis, dont il loue la persévérance, celui-ci ayant déclaré au soir de sa victoire contre James Braddock, le 22 juin 1937, qu’il se considérerait comme champion du monde seulement après avoir pris sa revanche sur l’Allemand Max Schmelling, qui l’avait battu une première fois le 6 juin 1936. Mais sa défaite lors du match revanche contre Louis le 22 juin 1938, son refus constant d’adhérer au parti nazi et de se séparer de son coach juif et américain lui vaudra l’hostilité du régime.

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Brussels-based label Different Fountains opens 2019 with a selection of jazz, soft funk and easy-listening to settle your nerves…

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Stefan Schwander aka Harmonious Thelonious celebrates his new album “Petrolia” on Marmo Music with an eclectic mix of synth-pop, jazzy world, synth-pop and more, exploring the complex architecture of his own productions…


Django Reinhardt et Stéphane Grappelli sont au sommet de leur carrière au moment où ils gravent Minor Swing. Alors que l’antisémitisme sévit en Allemagne et dans une bonne partie de l’Europe, il n’est pas indifférent qu’Ella Fitzgerald et Chick Webb soient parmi les premiers à enregistrer Bei Mir Bist Du Schön, une chanson yiddish, dont les paroles ont été transcrites en anglais. On appréciera comme il se doit les somptueux échanges entre Billie Holiday et Lester Young que recèlent les trois chansons parues sous le nom de la chanteuse ou du pianiste Teddy Wilson. Pièce maîtresse du répertoire de l’orchestre de Duke Ellington, The Gal From Joe’s, met au premier plan le saxophoniste alto Johnny Hodges, héros également de la prodigieuse version de Ring Dem Bells proposée par Lionel Hampton, avec le concours du batteur Cozy Cole. Enfin, si on en croit Lil Armstrong, le swing serait en train de conquérir le monde oriental, de l’Europe de l’Est au Japon, une vogue que s’apprête à recouvrir la déferlante des nationalismes triomphants.

Prenant prétexte de l’existence d’un complot communiste pour prendre le pouvoir avant les élections présidentielles prévues en janvier, complot fabriqué de toutes pièces par le capitaine Olímpio Mourão Filho, alors une figure du mouvement intégraliste brésilien, le président Geútlio Vargas instaure le 10 novembre 1937 l’Estado Nouvo, une dictature corporatiste inspirée par le régime du même nom mis en place au Portugal par Salazar.
En Chine, les Japonais s’emparent le 12 novembre de Shanghai puis de Nankin en décembre, où ils se livrent au massacre de 150’000 à 300’000 personnes, accompagné de viols et d’exactions multiples, qui ne prendra fin qu’en mars 1938.

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For the 15th edition of SVVENIR, Minou Oram shares one hour of psychedelic ambient, new age music & other trippy paraphernalia with Romanian DJ, visual artist and member of Corp. – Chlorys.

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Christian Coiffure et son invitée Elise Kravets nous présentent une heure de sélections axées sur les productions personnelles de grands arrangeurs de musique française, naviguant autour de l’ambient, de la libray et du jazz avec des morceaux de Jean-Claude Petit, Alain Goraguer, Hervé Roy et plus.

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Un seul témoignage de musique africaine, mais Okafu Nyi du Kamkam Band ne laissera personne indifférent. Il y a beaucoup de morceaux de l’orchestre de Count Basie dans cette émission, ce qui ne surprendra pas, car celui-ci possède la meilleure section rythmique de l’époque. On l’entend notamment en live, capturé par la radio en direct d’un club le 3 novembre 1937. Son grand rival, l’ensemble de Duke Ellington ne figure que pour deux morceaux, mais tant Jubilesta que Harmony In Harlem sont des chefs d’œuvre. On entend également plusieurs chansons interprétées par Billie Holiday, dont le fameux My Man, en fait Mon Homme, popularisée en France en 1920 par Mistinguett dans l’opérette Paris qui jazz. On appréciera le duo que Billie entretient avec Lester Young dans Travelin’ All Alone. Enfin, l’auditeur ne manquera pas d’être agréablement surpris par l’aspect moderniste de Frisco Fog, dans la version qu’en donne le big band de Jimmie Lunceford.

Tandis que la guerre fait rage en Chine, où les Japonais se heurtent à une forte résistance de la part tant des nationalistes que des communistes, unis pour la circonstance, et que les troupes du général Franco occupent les Asturies durant la fin de l’été et l’automne 1937, Mussolini rend visite à Hitler à Berlin le 25 septembre. Il donne à celui-ci son feu vert pour l’annexion de l’Autriche, un pas décisif dans le rapprochement des deux dictatures.
Aux États-Unis, après un lobbying intense de près de dix années le Bureau fédéral des narcotiques réussit à faire adopter le 2 août le Marihuana Tax Act, qui taxe lourdement tous les acteurs de la filière du chanvre sans toutefois en interdire l’usage expressément et entraîne une diminution importance de la consommation, au vu des risques encourus. Par ailleurs, en août , un nouveau ralentissement de l’activité économique oblige l’administration Roosevelt à couper sévèrement dans le programme des grands travaux publics.

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Le fondateur des soirées Black Atlantic Club, collectionneur et DJ James Stewart revient au studio pour une nouvelle heure partagée entre blues africain, boogie, jazz et soul.

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Réécoutez Enfance Music pour une heure entre folk, jazz et pop music.

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Réécoutez Manu Archeo pour son émission Musica Per Sognare, entre ambient, balearic et soft jass jouant Bernard Lavilliers, Dizzy Gillespie, Jun Fukamachi et bien d’autres.

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Braindance founder and Clique Records honcho DJ 6TS takes care of this month’s “Good Vibes Coming Your Way” with a selection of jazz, soft synth-pop and various warming soundwaves…

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Listen back to Max Duplan playing playful, joyful music, from obscure Library to synth experimentations, jazz and easy-listening via Walter Rizzati, Raymonde, The Dead Mauriacs and many more.

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Holywax affiliate and unquenchable digger Nuts One is back on our station for one hour of the finest jazz, spiritual and soul gems… Hop aboard this mind, cosmic trip again!


Réécoutez la dernière “Depeche Motte” avec Nico Motte et une sélection propice à la divagation des pensées et des humeurs via Tracey Thorn, Max 404, Anna Domino, Michael Brook…

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En mai 1937, l’orchestre de Duke Ellington grave la version définitive du célèbre Caravan, tandis que trois jours plus tard, un jeune trompettiste encore inconnu lire un solo novateur dans le King Porter Stomp plutôt décoiffant proposé par l’orchestre de Teddy Hill. On appréciera les débuts discographiques de la chanteuse de gospel Mahalia Jackson et on réécoutera bien sûr fréquemment la chanson I’ll Never Be The Same, un chef d’œuvre dans lequel la chanteuse Billie Holiday côtoie le pianiste Teddy Wilson et le saxophoniste ténor Lester Young. De grands morceaux de l’orchestre de Count Basie, parmi lesquels One O’Clock Jump, prennent place après le salace Traveling Riverside Blues de Robert Johnson, ainsi que deux joyaux de celui de Jimmie Lunceford.
La musique cubaine est d’une extraordinaire vitalité en ce début d’été 1937, comme le prouve le très dynamique son No Me perturbes du Septeto Cauto et l’extraordinaire Bruca Manigua de l’orchestre du Casino de la Plage de la Havane, où brille lle chanteur métis Miguelito Valdés.

En mai 1937, les communistes espagnols avec la complicité des républicains modérés répriment violemment l’extrême gauche anarcho-syndicaliste et en juillet mettent fin à la collectivisation des terres en Aragon, tandis que les forces nationalistes écrasent la République basque en juin. En Union soviétique, une opération de masse contre les éléments considérés comme hostiles au régime est décidée au plus haut niveau en juillet 1937 : elle conduira à l’exécution de près de 400’000 personnes et l’envoi d’un nombre équivalent de gens au goulag. La situation internationale se tend davantage encore avec l’agression japonaise contre la Chine en juillet 1937, considérée par nombre d’historiens comme le véritable début de la Deuxième Guerre mondiale.

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Julien Minaro aka Waxist revient au studio pour une nouvelle session de Love Penalty, entre soul, jazz, boogie et disco de tous horizons pour deux heures suaves et tranquilles.

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Le lyonnais Sayan G-Funk revient au studio pour un nouveau one-off d’une heure, entre jazz, soul, boogie et disco.


Les deux premiers morceaux présentés dans cette émission nous permettent d’entendre l’orchestre de Count Basie en live lors de sa première saison à New York, et c’est une expérience qu’on n’est pas près d’oublier. On admirera le tempo souple de Wednesday Night Hop par l’orchestre d’Andy Kirk, d’une redoutable efficacité, ainsi que le jeu torride et précis du batteur Chick Webb dans Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie et on se laissera emporter par la fougue des musiciens de l’orchestre de Lionel Hampton dans Whoa Babe. On ne manquera pas d’être interloqué par le texte particulièrement salace de Wet It de Frankie Jaxon, le fameux chanteur de Chicago qui se distinguait dans ses shows où il incarnait un personnage féminin. Enfin on saluera la deuxième rencontre entre le saxophoniste Coleman Hawkins, qui vivait alors en Hollande, et le guitariste manouche Django Reinhardt à Paris en mars 1937.
Les îles caraïbes sont également à l’honneur, en particulier avec la fameuse chanson du Caresser Edward The VIII, qui évoque l’abdication par amour du souverain britannique, le 11 décembre 1936, et l’extraordinaire Man Man Biscoe par Atilla The Hun.

Alors que la guerre se poursuit en Espagne où l’armée italienne compte jusqu’à 70’000 hommes, la légion Condor hitlérienne bombarde Guernica le 26 avril 1937, petite ville basqu En Éthiopie, l’armée d’occupation italienne, sous les ordres du général Graziani, se distingue par sa férocité dans la répression de la résistance, en exécutant notamment plus de 3’000 civils à la suite d’un attentat qui a blessé grièvement Graziani le 19 février 1937. Enfin, pour compléter le tableau hélas non exhaustif des crimes commis au nom du suprématisme blanc, le 21 mars 1937, les forces de police des États-Unis abattent une vingtaine de manifestants pacifiques à Ponce, sur l’île de Porto Rico qui protestaient contre l’incarcération d’un dirigeant indépendantiste.

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Le co-fondateur de Palmwine Records James Stewart revient au studio pour une heure de tendresses Caribbéennes, maloya, jazz, blues et autres, avec Ti Paris, Alain Peters, Colette Magny et plus.

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Listen back to Musica Per Sognare with Manu Archeo playing balearic jazz & fusion via Roy Ayers, Chet Baker, Pharoah Sanders, Jean-Claude Naimro, Spyro Gyra and more.

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New York’s King Vision Ultra on this month’s Dommage Teknique playing a fine selection of rare awakening jazz and soul.

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Listen back to Barcelona Urpa I Musell Records – and Discos Paradiso owners; honchos choosing their favorite records for a smooth session of jazz, new-age and all-around softness entitled “Refil”.


On retrouve Nico Motte, affilié au label Antinote, pour son second opus de Depeche Motte, via une sélection délicate de jazz contemporain, ambient, et leftfield.

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Parmi les joyaux présentés aujourd’hui, les premières gravures où intervient le saxophoniste Lester Young, qui ouvrent cette émission, sont remarquables, par la nouveauté du langage développé par ce musicien, d’une étonnante modernité et d’un
swing idéal pour la danse. On aimera également la manière dont Ella Fitzgerald interprète la chanson Organ Grinder’s Swing, une version très appréciée sur le dancefloor. Trois parmi les fameux enregistrements de novembre 1936 du chanteur et
guitariste du Mississippi Robert Johnson ont été retenus : I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom, un authentique rock’n’roll, qui marquera des générations de musiciens, le salace Terraplane Blues, le disque le plus populaire de ce bluesman à l’époque, ainsi que sa lecture extatique de Rollin’ And Tumblin’ sous le titre If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day.
Les auditeurs ne manqueront pas de saluer l’humour distancié qui caractérise la vision donnée par l’orchestre de Jimmie Lunceford d’Ill See You In My
Dreams, ni d’apprécier les premiers témoignages discographiques de l’orchestre de Count Basie avec Lester Young. Ils découvriront également avec plaisir la prestation de Joséphine Baker avec les Lecuona Cuban Boys, de passage à Paris en cet
hiver 1936-1937. L’émission se conclut sur un chef d’œuvre qui a enflammé les pistes de danse de l’époque, Wabash Stomp, un instrumental incandescent du trompettiste Roy Eldridge qui n’a pas pris une ride.

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Dariev retrouve notre studio lyonnais pour une nouvelle édition d’Ubik’s Cube, présentant cette fois une sélection entre new-age, rock psychédélique tranquille et rock classique, avec Ramuntcho Matta, Venetian Snares, Brian Eno et plus.

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Sainte Rita sélectionne une heure de musique saveur cuica, ce tambour à friction brésilien au son caractéristique. Au programme : bossa nova, jazz, acid-house avec Dominique Dumont, Jacqueline Taieb, Ramuntcho Matta…

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James Stewart, de Palmwine Records, revient au studio pour une heure de dérives tranquilles entre afrobeat, jazz éthiopien, soul et autres douceurs.

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Les bruxellois de Different Fountains retrouvent nos ondes avec un premier épisode consacré à la contre-basse, déclinée à travers le jazz, la musique expérimentale, par des maîtres et artistes méconnus.

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“I am not yet here, but also no longer there.” This is SVVENIR 13.
Warm cosmic and psychedelic soundscapes to calm down when one already thinks of winter in early autumn.

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Jean Granon d’Enfance Music revient dans notre studio lyonnais pour une heure entre chanson, jazz, électronique légère et autres douceurs.

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The Nummer are back with a two-hours session featuring smooth black music, jazz classics, soul and easy listening tracks..

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Folk, Psych-Rock et Jazz contemporain pour la prochaine heure avec la première édition de Bienvenue Chez Christian Coiffure, avec Popol Vuh, Julie Félix, Steinwolke entre autres.

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Cette émission nous transporte dans le monde des musiques créoles d’Amérique du Nord, des Caraïbes, de France et d’Afrique subsaharienne entre avril et juin 1936. Plusieurs événements importants ont lieu durant cette période. Des élections législatives ont lieu en France le 26 avril et le 3 mai, qui voient le triomphe du Front populaire, une coalition regroupant les républicains, les radicaux, les radicaux-socialistes, les socialistes et les communistes. Cette victoire ouvre la voie à la formation d’un gouvernement de gauche sans la participation du parti communiste sous la direction du socialiste Léon Blum le 4 juin. Plusieurs semaines de grèves avec occupations d’usines amènent les syndicats ouvriers et patronaux à signer les accords de Matignon le 7 juin. La semaine de 40 heures et des congés payés de 15 jours sont institués. Le 5 mai, les troupes italiennes font leur entrée à Addis Abeba. L’Éthiopie est incorporée dans l’Empire italien d’Afrique, avec l’Érythrée et la Somalie, mais la résistance s’organise et durera jusqu’en 1941, année qui verra l’effondrement de cet empire. Le 12 mai, l’Italie fasciste quitte la Société des Nations, en protestation contre les sanctions timides prises par cette organisation contre le gouvernement dirigé par Benito Mussolini à la suite de l’agression italienne contre l’Éthiopie. En mai débute la révolte des Arabes de Palestine, alors sous mandat britannique, qui exigent l’arrêt de la colonisation sioniste et la création d’un État arabe sur l’ensemble du territoire.

Deux grandes chansons sur la marijuana dans cette émission : When I Get Low I Get High, écrite conjointement par le batteur et chef d’orchestre Chick Webb et la toute jeune chanteuse de l’orchestre, Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996), alors âgée d’à peine dix-neuf ans ; et I’se A Muggin’, composée par Stuff Smith, dans la version qu’en donne à Paris le chanteur et danseur Freddy Taylor avec Django Reinhardt et Stéphane Grappelli. Autre chef d’œuvre de Django : Oriental Shuffle, Quant à Blues In C Sharp Minor, par l’orchestre de Teddy Wilson avec Roy Eldridge à la trompette, il s’agit probablement d’un des instrumentaux les plus groovy de l’année 1936. Autre artiste à l’humour corrosif : le pianiste et chanteur Fats Waller (1904-1943) dans Passwonky. Les amateurs de musique tropicale apprécieront le chanteur de calypso The Lion dans Bam Si Lam Bay ainsi que King Radio dans Texilia, chanté en créole français, alors encore largement en usage sur l’île de Trinidad.

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Le disquaire lyonnais Sofa revient pour une session entre jazz, soul, variations caribéennes et africaines, avec The Gondwana Orchestra, Al Doum & The Faryds…

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James Stewart ouvre sa résidence de “Talkin’ That Talk” avec une émission emplie de reggae, afrobeat, jazz-funk et vibes chaleureuses, avec Sugar Minott, Ray Lema, Janka Nabay et plus…

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Michel Caillat aka DJ Mitch wraps up this season with a mix of Rumba, from Congo to Latin America, meandering through history via Sonora Matancera, Raymond Samé, Tino Mab and more.

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Listen back to Max Duplan’s season finale, featuring one hour of music produced for the cinema, television and theatre, from Robert Wyatt to Sun Araw and many more.

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Listen back to Lyon Sofa Record Shop’s selection of African jazz, West Indies zouk and Western avant-garde, featuring François de Roubaix, Les Maxel’s, Les Vickings de la Martinique and more.

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La Chinerie honcho Pnom Pem takes care of this month’s Bac à Srabs with a selection of Arabic traditional music and contemporary artists such as Khaled Kurbeh or Nadah El Shazly.

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Join Loïs from Superposition in this hour dedicated to the artist Phoebé Guillemot aka RAMZi.
Through talks about the history of Exotica and the context that has framed her productions, Erevan DJ will send you in the RAMZi zone, a mesmerizing and confusing music area.


Listen back to Michel Caillat aka DJ Mitch’s early latin jazz mix, featuring caribbean, swinging gems from Cachao, Los Compadres, Chapottin and more.

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Écoutez la suite des aventures du Michel Caillat dans le jazz et le croisement des musiques américaine et caribéennes, ici autour de l’année 1938, entre calypso et jazz obscène.

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Poulet Bicyclette triumvirat Dave from Bigwax Records, Vincent Privat and David Chouferbad meeting for another smooth mix between slow emotional “jazz”, soundtracks, pop and all around beautiful music.

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Akuphone’s Cheb Gero sharing his wide knowledge of 20th century music, this month with a show focusing on post-1968 disillusionment through chanson française, spoken word and jazz.

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Listen back to Lyon local Max Duplan selecting records from movies, TV and theatre, from obscure Library to contemporary pop via underground experimental experiences.

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Michel Caillat continue sa série d’émissions consacrées au croisement des cultures afro-américaine et latine à travers la formation de mouvement musicaux créoles.

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The man behind Annecy’s finest record shop Vinyl & Coffee is back on our airwaves with a selection of disco, boogie and all-around musical goodness. Play back Keeto’s two-hours of madness here!

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Listen back to Lyon’s Sofa Record Shop selecting music from its stocks and personal collection, through African boogie, French library, jazz and more.

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DJ Mitch aka Michel Caillat est de retour dans nos studios pour continuer son anthologie du jazz, aujourd’hui concentré sur l’année 1966, et toujours à la croisée des cultures nord-américaine, caribéenne et africaine.

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Listen back to Max Duplan selecting records produced for the screen, cinema, TV and imaginary movies, from Library to Experimental and Hip-Hop…

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Listen back to Kiblind Magazine’s Maxime Gueugneau selecting news and all-time favorites of his, mixing smooth house, trap music and more.

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Listen back to Lyon’s Sofa Records Shop selection of news and second hand gems from its shop, featuring afrobeat, caribbean and jazz mostly, from Altain Gun, Os Mulheres Negras, Pedrinho and more.

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Sweet exploration of Clémentine’s collection of soul, funk, boogie and jazz records. This month cruising through jazzy delights with friend Psycut from Easter Sounds Festival.

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Listen back to our Diva Maïssa cruising through post-punk, rocksteady and hip-hop genres, playing tracks from Horace Andy, Coltrane, Red Krayola and more.

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Listen back to Lyon’s Sofa Record Shop monthly selection of their new and second hands records.

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Digger and writer Dariev selects one hour of jazz, psychedelic and ambient records expressing a tribal atmosphere.

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Listen back to Superfriends’ Clémentine and guest Jim Irie playing jazz, funk, soul and all-around boogie gems.

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A Christmas celebration with the whole Gwo Sound System, enjoy their ride through jazz, caribbean, african and boogie genres.

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Michel Caillat aka DJ Mitch continues his history of jazz.

CUARTETO MACHÍN – Vacilando
WILMOTH HOUDINI AND HIS HUMMING BIRDS – African Love Call
PEDRO VIA Y SU ORQUESTA – Ninfa De Ojos Brujos
JIMMIE LUNCEFORD AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Rhythm Is Our Business
DJANGO REINHARDT ET LE QUINTETTE DU HOT CLUB DE FRANCE AVEC STEPHANE GRAPPELLI – Dinah
DJANGO REINHARDT ET LE QUINTETTE DU HOT CLUB DE FRANCE AVEC STEPHANE GRAPPELLI – I Saw Stars
FATS WALLER AND HIS RHYTHM – Baby Brown
FATS WALLER AND HIS RHYTHM – Night Wind
FATS WALLER AND HIS RHYTHM – Because Of Once Upon A Time
COLEMAN HAWKINS AND THE RAMBLERS JAZZ ORCHESTRA – Some Of These Days
COLEMAN HAWKINS AVEC MICHEL WARLOP ET SON ORCHESTRE – Avalon
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Porto Rican Chaos (Moonlight Fiesta)
DUKE ELLINGTON – Indigo Echoes
CHARLES LAVERE AND HIS CHICAGOANS – Ubangi Man
CLEO BROWN – Boogie Woogie
KESKIDEE TRIO WITH GERALD CLARK AND HIS CARIBBEAN SERENADERS – Congo Bara

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Pablo Valentino, LB aka Labat & Da Vince drives you through what takes their fancy: jazz, hip-hop, soul, boogie, house & more.

SONS & DAUGHTERS OF LITE – Juju’s Door
YESTERDAY’S NEW QUINTET – One For The Monica’s Lingas Band
RAS G – Duppy Conquer
MADVILLAIN – Fire In The Hole
RAS G – Nah Test
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LITTLE GEORGE N’ THE MIXED GENERATION – Listen
?
POPSICLES – These Are Good Times
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MNDSGN – Cosmic Perspective
BUTTERING TRIO – Unexperienced
ROTARY CONNECTION – I am the Black Gold of The Sun
SYSTEMWIDE – People Of The Book
TRIFILE – New Religion
REDD HOLT UNLIMITED – I Shot The Sheriff
JOAO DONATO & DONATINHO – Surreal
PHO TOGLO – Steal Away
RH FACTOR – Bullshit
SPACEK – Eve
JAMBI – Time: The Donut Of The Earth
FADUMA KASSIN – Majogo
COBAN YLDIZI – Lodestar
TRU’SME – Bail Me Out
KAIDI TATHAM – Not A Thinkage Of Links
MAYAFRA – Mayafra Blues Waltz
PABLO VALENTINO – My Son’s Smile
PABLO VALENTINO – My Son is smilin 6

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More of afro-american & caribbean’s dance music history with historian and passionate Michel Caillat.

FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Shangai Shuffle
ALLEN SHAW – I Couldn’t Help It
TINY BRADSHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Shout Sister Shout
FATS WALLER AND HIS RHYTHM – Serenade For A Wealthy Widow
ALABAMA JUG BAND – Jazz It Blues
ANTONIO MACHÍN WITH JULIO ROQUÉ AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Bendito
JIMMIE LUNCEFORD AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Dream Of You
JIMMIE LUNCEFORD AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Stomp It Off
MEMPHIS JUG BAND – Jazzbo Stomp
FATS WALLER AND HIS RHYTHM – Dream Man
MEMPHIS JUG BAND – Take Your Fingers Off It
MEMPHIS JUG BAND – Rukus Juice And Chittlin’
LECUONA CUBAN BOYS – Fuiste Tú
FATS WALLER – Alligator Crawl
FATS WALLER – Viper’s Drag
CHICK WEBB AND HIS ORCHESTRA – What A Shuffle

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Lyon-local dj Sayan G-Funk returns to our studio for one hour of jazz, sweet funk and warm soul..


Blacky Joe taking care of that episode, with a laid-back selection of his jazz records.

CHET BAKER – September Son
SAM RIVERS – Beatrice
STAN GETZ & JOAO GILBERTO – O Grande Amor
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DOROTHY ASHBY – Come Live With Me
RAMSEY LEWIS JR. – Julia
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HORACE SILVER QUINTET – Sayonara Blues
?

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Max Duplan’s monthly show on soundtracks and original scores produced for cinema or television, from golden classics to contemporary experimental to giallo, sound effects, weird library exploration and more…

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Jean from Enfance Music going through japanese musics and tracks from french musician Thierry Caens, soon to be released again on his imprint!

LE VAISSEAU BLANC – Pénombre
THIERRY CAENS – Jericho
RICTUS – Ouverture
JAPAN – Wish You Were Black
HAPPY END – Haikara Hakuchi
SALTY SUGAR – 走れコウタロー
THE VILLAGE SINGERS – Barairono Kumo
YUZO KAYAMA – Up To You And When
HARUOMI HOSONO – Boku Wa Chotto
ICHIRO ARAKI – Sorani Hoshiga Aruyouni
MAYUMI ITSUWA – Little Girl
SHIROI SANGOSHŌ – 白いサンゴ礁
TAKURO YOSHIDA – 結婚しようよ
HIROSHI YOSHIMURA – Blink
OKINAWA ZENTOU ODORIUTA KETTEIBAN – Yunanmudakikanisuzagama
CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG – Ring-a-Ring O’ Roses
THIERRY CAENS – Mélopée

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A jazzy, synthy smooth session from Wiener Brut label founder and Neubau honcho Heap..

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One hour with Guy Evans aka DJ Guy, from classic hip-hop to personal, unreleased electro productions via jazz and more, ample, ample oscillations.


Pierrot and Jean-Phi from Sofa Record Shop (7 rue d’Algérie, Lyon 1) sharing their personal collections and the shop’s stock as well, going through caribbean, african psych, highlife, french pop, jazz and pretty much everything that’s left too…

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The record store’s Posse — DJ VII, Wildbush, Emeline XIII, DJ Sentiments… — alternatively present the boutique’s latest acquisitions and the crew’s singular productions.

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Theme-based trips through Lyon-based digger and writer Dariev’s piles of records.

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Pablo Valentino & Lotfi return to the studio for two hours mixing jazz, boogie and house.

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More about afro-american and caribbean dance music history through its phonographic recordings with Michel Caillat.

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A sweet exploration of young Clémentine’s collection of soul, funk, and boogie records.

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Get familiar with the Brussels-based Different Fountains platform through this monthly hour of music.

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Michel Caillat goes deeper into his Afro-american & caribbean dance music history.

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Dariev’s special “5th season” selection ; one-hour drift from the moors of eastern europe to Brazil’s Recôncavo

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Chez Emile Records co-founder DJ Gaet303 for his monthly update from the shop & distro.

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Michel Caillat going deeper into Afro-American & Caribbean dance musics history.

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Vinyl and Coffee Records founder and eternal digger Keeto’s sense of disco, funk, zouk and boogie, along guest Jean-Louis Delon for the second hour, delivering a special french set.

ARIES – Braziliana
RESCH – Connexe
PIERRE ELIANE – Isadora Duncan
ALVEOL – Tihich Capon
MARC ASHY – Bye Cocotiers
PREFACE – Palace Hotel
GORDON – Disquaire
JM BLACK – Lipstick
NEIL OLIVER – I Have a Good Job
GERARD LOUSSINE – Dancin Rap
MEGATOM 1988 – Doudou Vini Pou
DOGWOOD – Them Can’t Blow Breath
JACKIE MITTOO – Wall Street

JEAN LOUIS DELON MIX

GUY MATTEONI – Space View
MARIY TAKEUCHI – Plastic Love
TATSURO YAMASHITA – Love Talkin
ISABELLE ADJANI – Je T’aime Idiot
LIO – Sage Comme une Image
JAY ALANSKI – Amoureux d’Elle
JANE BIRKIN – Haine Pour Aime
CHAGRIN D AMOUR – Au Paradis
DAVID SIMON – C’est Toujours Facile
ANGE LORIS – Pin-Up
JUPITER BAND – Sarah Love
FELDMAN – Obsession
PRESIDENT SHU SHAN – Boum d’un Coup d’Matraque
HENRIETTE COULOUVRAT – Miam Miam Goody Goody
BIANCA – La Fourmi
LINDA WILLIAMS – C’est Pas la Peine

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Faces label boss Pablo Valentino cruises alone for this one, through a special mix recorded at La Gazo in Montpellier, France.

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Blacky Joe took care of Gwo Sound Radio Show’s last episode – hear some smooth jazz, twisted dub, odd synth-pop & more.

FRANCIS MONKMAN – Getting Ready
PHAROAH SANDERS – Astral Traveling
BADBADNOTGOOD – Here & Now
GIOVANNI TOMMASO – Green Kimono
NIT – L’étoile aux renards
PHILIPPE CHANY – Fiction
JOHN CAMERON – NewYork2001Submix.
BRIAN REITZELL & ROGER J. MANNING JR. – Shibuya XI.
BOB JAMES – Night Crawler
KEVIN SHIELDS – Goodbye
TASHINDING COMMUNITY – Puja Prayers

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Clémentine invites Disques Flegon’s Greita for a shared show cruising through soul, boogie, jazz and more..

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Soyoon taking on the studio for two hours of house, breakbeat, and more. Here with tracks from S.O.N.S, Fantastic Man, Mental Cube, Renart, James Ruskin, Trevino…

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Local labels Enfance and Moonrise Hill Material on a subversive mission…

1st hour Enfance

VANGELIS PAPATHANASIOU – We Were All Uprooted
HARRIET BROWN – Obesession
ALICE COLTRANE – Krishna Japaye
LCD SOUNDSYSTEM- American Dream
PAUL MCCARTNEY – Kreen
PHOENIX – Fior Di Latte
RYUICHI SAKAMOTO – Zen-Gun
PERSONNA SERVICE – 660 Problems
ALBAN J FERREIRA – Dream A Little
LAURIE ANDERSON – Kokoku
TOCHIGI CANOPY – Collecting Things
KADAVRE EXQUIS FT. HUGO JOZWICKI – Adolescence
AIR – Playground Love
SO ME & THE MUSIC MAN – Conclusion

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Swiss-based DJ & producer Androo taking care of this Gwo Sound show, through jazz, digital dub & more wavy material.

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Michel Caillat going deeper into his afro-american & caribbean dance music history through it’s phonographic recordings.

FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Queer Notions
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Rude Interlude
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Dallas Doings
COLEMAN HAWKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Jamaica Shout
HORACE HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Happy Feet
EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Harlem Lament
EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Bubbling Over
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA — Zah Zuh Zah
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA — Harlem Camp Meeting
FIVE SPIRITS OF RHYTHM — Rhythm
BESSIE SMITH — Gimme A Pigfoot
BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Your Mother’s Son-In-Law
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Daybreak Express
BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Rifin’ The Scotch
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA — Minnie The Moocher

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Johannesburg record shop owner and digger DJ Okapi going through his insane collection of South-african disco, bubble-gum and other boogie gems…

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Michel Caillat’s sixty-second show diving into afro-american & caribbean dance musics from Mai to August 1933.

DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Bundle Of Blues
LIONEL BELASCO AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Miranda
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — Sweet Sue, Just You
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — Donegal Craddle Song
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — Firebird
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — How Come You Do Me Like You Do
ANTONIO MACHÍN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — En Falso
ANTONIO MACHÍN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — No Sangres Corazón
SEPTETO NACIONAL — Bardo
SEPTETO NACIONAL — Me Arrepiento
SEPTETO NACIONAL — De Pelota No
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Jive Stomp
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Harlem Speaks
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Yeah Man
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Can You Take It

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Michel Caillat going deeper into his afro-american & caribbean dance music history, from December 1932 to April 1933.

WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS — Something’s Gotta Be Done
WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS — Blue Drag
THE MILLS BROTHERS WITH DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Diga Diga Doo
ANTOBAL’S CUBANS — Mulata Likes The Rumba
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Mahoganny Hall Stomp
EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Cavernism
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Merry-Go-Round
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Slippery Horn
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Drop Me Off In Harlem
ANTONIO MACHÍN W/ VICTOR ANTILLANA ORCHESTRA — Menéalo Que Se Empelota
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — Nocturne
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Dusky Stevedore
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — St. Louis Blues

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Monty, member of Berlin based collective 1411 & Franco, instigator of the Smells parties at Sameheads Berlin, percussionnist of Wolf Muller, and member of the band Transport, pay us a visit in Paris! Check out Transport’s first record “Milchreise” freshly out on ANA OTT. One hour of comsic instrumentals, dubby tunes and krautrock gems.
Here with tracks from Popol Vuh, Guardian Alien, Catharsis, Bradford James and more.


Ethyène from Moonrise Hill Material solo on this one, with hip-hop, boogie and more to deliver.

MADLIB – Song For My Father
JAZZ LIBERATORZ – Cool Down
SOULQUARIAN – A Song For Assatta
MILES DAVIS – Doo Bop Song
FREDDIE GIBBS – How We Do
MANNIX LO – That’s Not The Way
ONE WAY – ?
HI GLASS – You’ll Know
TYRONE DAVIS – I Just Can’t Keep On Going
DEBURGER – I Like It
ATLANTIC STARR – You
SEAN OLIVER – You & Me
CHUCKI BROTHER – Games
THEO PARRISH & BILLY LOVE – U Bring Me Up
MAXWELL – ?
RAZE – Break 4 Love
HALL & GATES – Out & Touch
GAP BAND – You Dropped A Bomb On Me
PATTERSON – It Ain’t Love
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KINDRED THE FAMILY SOUL – Never Know
MOODYMAN & ANDRES – Lyke U Use 2
MILES DAVIS & ROBERT GLASPER – Ghetto Walkin
COMMON – Funky For You
ARKFACTS – Wrong Side Of The Track
PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS – Earth Traveller

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Vinyl & Coffee head-honcho Keeto helps you get into your week: rare funk and soul, cosmic disco, zouk and more.

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Listen to Holywax Records core members’ twisted jazz-funk, library and rarities collection.

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Michel Caillat aka DJ Mitch weekly review of afro-american and caribbean dance musics into October, November & December 1932.

WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS — Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia
DON AZPIAZU ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE — La Mulata Rumbera
DON AZPIAZU ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE — Lamento Borinqueno
DON AZPIAZU ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE — Caminando
DON AZPIAZU ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE — La Guajira
ORCHESTRE TYPIQUE CASTELLANOS DE LA CABANE CUBAINE — Cumbamba
ORCHESTRE TYPIQUE CASTELLANOS DE LA CABANE CUBAINE — Buscando Millionarias
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA — The Man From Harlem
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Hobo, You Can’t Ride This Train
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — I Hate To Leave You Now
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — New King Porter Stomp
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — Toby
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — Moten Swing
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — The Blue Room
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — Imagination
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — Lafayette

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Groovedge Records Store’s bi-weekly update from the shop.

MILES DAVIS – Fillmore
MKUSANYIKO – Urbanilite
JAY & JAZZ – The Lee Moron Stay
STARSHIP UTOPIA – Cyne
THE ROOTS – Things Fall Apart…
… THE ROOTS again
JAZZ LIBERATOR – Back Packers
Q-TIP – Renaissance
RUF MEETS SUPER VILLAIN – IAV. Ladies
MF DOOM – Ope Doomsdat
QUASIMOTO – Unseen…
…. QUASIMOTO again
MADTEO & SENSATIONAL – Special Offer
MF DOOM – Ope Doomsdat
QUASIMOTO – Shroom Music
ODB – Baby Come On

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Michel Caillat going futher into his history of Afro-american and caribbean dance musics, through from August to October 1932.

EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Blue Drag
EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Sensational Mood
PICANINNY JUG BAND – You Got To Have That Thing
PICANINNY JUG BAND – Bottle It Up And Go
THE NEW ORLEANS FEETWARMERS – I’ve Found A New Baby
THE NEW ORLEANS FEETWARMERS – Maple Leaf Rag
THE NEW ORLEANS FEETWARMERS – Shag
CUARTETO MACHÍN – Buey Viejo
CUARTETO MACHÍN – Lamento Cubano
CUARTETO MACHÍN – Junto A Un Cañaveral
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Jazz Cocktail
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Lightnin’
ORQUESTA VICENTE SIGLER – Botón De Rosa
ENRIQUE BRYÓN Y SU ORQUESTA – El Caramelero

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Listen back to DJ Okapi from Johannesburg’s Afrosynth Records playing South-African jazz, boogie and kwaito, featuring Lionel Pillay, Mankunku, Soul Throbs and more..

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Enfance music’s head-honcho Jean and his friend Ethyène, quarter of Moonrise Hill Material, displaying their personal tastes: from french-pop to Philly jazz, through trap, disco, house, hip-hop and more…

DANIEL PEMBERTON – The Musicians Play Their Instruments
TANGERINE DREAM – Love On A Real Train
DANIEL PEMBERTON – Change The World
JOAKIM – Time Is Wrong
KENJI KAWAI – Making Of Cyborg
CHARLOTTE ADIGÉRY – Senegal Seduction
ENNIO MORRICONE – Dedicato Al Mare Egeo
MIKI CURTIS – Forty Days On A Stoned-Out Camel
JAPAN BLUES – Yakuza No Uta
ARCA – Piel
HBT – The Mockingbird
SUICIDE – Dream Baby Dream
SOULWAX – Goodnight Transmission
JIM O’ ROURKE – Prelude to 110 or 220-Woman Of The World

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The Paris-based triumvira David Chouferbad from Deviant Disco, Vincent Privat & Dave from L’International Records exploring everything from zouk to cosmic jazz and beyond…

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Online recordshop and label Holywax on a monthly show dedicated to rare works on the fields of library music, cosmic disco, progressive, krautrock and more… Here with Nuts One, delivering a special mix of the most soothing, spiritual jazz.

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Faces label boss Pablo Valentino invites local DJ Lotfi and young Groovedge producer LB aka Labat for a bimonthly dose of brazilian boogie, dirty house, soul and more.

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Michel Caillat going futher into his history of Afro-american and caribbean dance musics, through March, April, May & July 1932.

WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Pepper Steak
WILMOTH HOUDINI – Tiger Tom Kill Tiger Cat
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Take Me Away From The River
CONNIE INN’S ORCHESTRA [FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCH.] – Blue Moments
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Lawd, You Made The Night Too Long
JIMMY JORDAN [LONNIE JOHNSON] – Winnie The Wailer
BIG BILL [BROONZY] – Long Tall Mama
LIONEL BELASCO AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Depression
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Reefer Man
ELISEO GRENET Y SU ORQUESTA TÍPICA – Lamento Cubano
JOSÉ RIESTRA – Lamento Esclavo
WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Tiger Rag
WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Hummin’ To Myself

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Geneva’s record shop Bongo Joe shares its crates with close friends and regulars of the store – here with Pascal Viscardi.

EBO TAYLOR AND THE PELICANS – Reality
JOCELYN PERREAU – Séga Manivelle
RAPHAEL TOINE – Sortilège
CHRISTY ESSIEN IGBOKWE – Ever Liked My Person?
WALLY BADAROU – Back To Scales Tonight
JEICH OULD BADU AND AHMADOU AHMED LEILA – Erkiz
SUN RA – Disco 3000
DOROTHY ASHBY – For Some We Loved
PEDRO SANTOS – Desengano Da Vista
LUCAS ARRUDA – ?
J.DILLA – Detroit Game
DOC GYNECO – Nirvana
MARC MOULIN – La Blouse 
ROLAND KIRK – The Inflated Tears
BLUE VELVET – Blue Velvet
PHILIP GLASS – ?
THE SMITHS – I Know It’s Over

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Groovedge Records Store bi-weekly update, from house to jazz through french rap and other genres.

WAYNE WADE – Black Is Our Color
BILLY MARTIN & THE SOUL JETS – Turn You On
AMADEO – 33 Floor
ABETI – Kisima
LAS MALAS AMISTADES – Vacillo
BENNY GOLSON – Blues on Dawn
RANDY WESTON – Out Of The Past
SEAEN – Upcoming on Blanik
314 159 265 – Dojo Days
CENTRAL FRESH CONTEXT – ?
LB AKA LABAT – ? (On Moonrise Hill Material)
RICHEART – This Other
DJ FUNK – ? (On Dance Mania)
GAJA – Project Me From What I Want
U.Y.O. – No War
SENTIMENTS & FRANCK GERARD – Freecell 52
ERIK WOLLO – ?

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Geneva-based producer, DJ and Sparring Partners honcho Bony Fly in charge of this eighth Gwo Sound radio show.

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Melodies International and Cosmos Records' affiliate Mafalda taking care of our 151st conciliabule, with local guest Phloston Paradise.


Michel Caillat’s weekly update from of his anthology of afro-american and caribbean dance musics, diving here from October 1931 to February 1932.

CUARTETO MACHÍN – Oprobio
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – I Heard
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Business In F
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Kickin’ The Gong Around
CUARTETO MACHÍN – El Morón
CUARTETO MACHÍN – El Huerfanito
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Lazy River
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Chinatown, My Chinatown
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – All Of Me
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – It Don’t Mean A Thing
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Baby, When You Ain’t There
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Dinah
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Bugle Call Rag
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – How’m I Doin’? (Hey-Hey)

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Bimestrial journey into Dude F. far-east realm, with a guest for each session. Here with Miruga, for a special japanese jazz session.

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Parisian collective Night Drive monthly exploration of club culture.
Gaston Prüfer for the first part, followed by special guest Charles Veilletet, boss of label Nocta Numerica, for a one-hour mix.

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Groovedge Records Store’s bi-monthly update: news from the shop, the label et around.

MARIE RACINE – Souris Verte
BIBLE WAY CGYRCG
MARTEAU ROUGE – Un Jour se Lève
NINO FERRER – Métronome
SERVE’EM – Mad House
CATALYST – The Complete Recordings, vol. 1
PUCHO & THE LATIN SOUL BROTHERS – Jungle Fire!
AMADEO – Moving Like A Superstar
J LOST IN D – Funkysterie
NICE & NASTY – The Ultimate Rap
THE AFROS – Kickin’ Is Afrolitics
ED O.G & DA BULLDOGS – Life Of A Kid In The Ghetto
PROFESSOR GRIFF – Pawns In The Game
LL COOL J. – Bad
ORIGINAL CONCEPT – Straight From The Basement If Kooley High
BOOM BIP & DJ OSIRIS – Low End Sequence

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Michel Caillat through the best hits of early jazz and afro-cuban musics, from July to October 1931.

CASTRO HAVANA YACHT CLUB ORCHESTRA – Marta
CASTRO HAVANA YACHT CLUB ORCHESTRA – St. Louis Blues
SAVANNAH SYNCOPATORS [FLETCHER HENDERSON] – Low Down In The Bayou
SAVANNAH SYNCOPATORS [FLETCHER HENDERSON] – Radio Rhythm
SAVANNAH SYNCOPATORS [FLETCHER HENDERSON] – You Rascal You
MILLS BLUE RHYTHM BAND – Savage Rhythm
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – Black But Sweet
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – I Need A Man
DON AZPIAZU AND HIS HAVANA CASINO ORCHESTRA – Marianna
WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Shoot ‘Em
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Shakin’ The African
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Chant Of The Weed
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Tiger Rag

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The Paris-based triumvira David Chouferbad from Deviant Disco, Vincent Privat & Dave from L’International Records exploring everything from zouk to cosmic jazz and beyond…

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Weekly freshest news from the shop and the distro… All available at the record shop and online: here with tracks from Jun Kimata, Air Cushion Finish, Roberto Musci, Yussef Kamaal, Tendertonious, Dazion, Shadow, Montezumas Rache, Regelbau and A Tribe Called Quest.

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Michel Caillat’s journey into February and March 1931.

SEXTETO NACIONAL – Son Que Quita Las Penas
SEXTETO NACIONAL – Entre Preciosos Palmares
SEXTETO NACIONAL – Que Bonito Es
SEXTETO NACIONAL – A Cogerlo
SEXTETO HABANERO – No Trago
SEXTETO HABANERO – Chelín
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Minnie The Moocher
ELISEO GRENET AND HIS CUBAN ORCHESTRA – Tata Cuñengue
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN NEW COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – Just A Gigolo
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN NEW COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – Shine
KANSAS JOE AND MEMPHIS MINNIE-Let’s Go To Town
CHOCOLATE DANDIES – Levee Low Down
CHICK WEBB AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Heebie Jeebies

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Groovedge Records’ master brain bi-monthly update: news from the shop, label, and more. Here with the following tracks: 1) Jimmy Mc Griff & Junior Parker 2) Peter Herbolzheimer 3) Milt Jackson 4) Keith Jarrett 5) J.J. Johnson 6) Randy Weston 7) Herbie Mann 8) Randy Weston 9) Eddie Bo

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat through December 1930 and February 1931.

ELDER CURRY – Memphis Flu
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – St. James Infirmary
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – Sweethearts On Parade
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – You’re Drivin’ Me Crazy
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – The Peanut Vendor
THE JUNGLE BAND [DUKE ELLINGTON] – Rockin’ In Rhythm
LEROY CARR – Low Down Dog Blues
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – My Gal Sal
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – My Pretty Girl
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Sweet And Hot
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – No Mo’ Bench And Board
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – Sweet Papa Willie
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – The Cooks In Trinidad
CUARTETO MATAMOROS – Buche Y Pluma, No Ma

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Pablo Valentino’s first participation to our radio sessions here.

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Very first episode of Michel Caillat’s extensive anthology of dance musics across America.

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Groovedge Posse’s LB aka Labat & DJ Seven paying their tribute to Theo Parrish.

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Groovedge’s DJ Seven mashing up everything together: jazz, experimental house and breaks, X-Rousse style.

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Geneva’s jazz historian Michel Caillat on the various significations and uses of dope in jazz music.

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Sofa Records (7 rue d’Algérie, 69001 Lyon) presenting their collection and delivering their news from all around the world, from Sahel to Mississipi and Musique Concrète in Europe… Here with joan bibiloni; aisha kandisha’s jarring effects

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Michel Caillat’s weekly exploration of afro-american and caribbean dance musics, here through October and December 1930.

BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – The Count
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – Professeur Hot Stuff
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – When I’m Alone
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – New Moten Stomp
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – Somebody Stole My Gal
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS – Talk To Me
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS – Rocky Road
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS – I Want Your Love
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – The Viper’s Drag
MEMPHIS SHEIKS [MEMPHIS JUG BAND] – He’s In The Jailhouse Now
CLARENCE AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Shout, Sister, Shout
MEMPHIS JUG BAND – You May Leave But This Will Bring You Back
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – What Good Am I Without You?
GEORGIA COTTON PICKERS – She’s Coming Back Some Cold Rainy Days

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Pablo Valentino solo on this edition of Children Of The Drum, and thus going smoothly through subtle Japanese jazz, Brazil-influenced soul, and all the way to dirty, raw house and more…

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Digital Tsunami member NKS for the first hour and Roman Sputnik for the second playing industrial, new-wave and experimental music…

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Historian professor and DJ Michel Caillat’s fiftieth exploration of afro-american & caribbean dance musics, through July and August 1930, with recordings of Don Azpiazu’s Havana Casino Orchestra, Cuarteto Machin, Louis Amstrong, Cab Calloway, Lloyd Smith, Lionel Belasco…

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

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Sweet exploration of Clémentine’s collection of soul, funk, boogie and jazz records.

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Groovedge Record Store’s monthly update on their stock, arrivals, fresh and old material… Here with Sun Ra Arkestra, I.G.M., Yuri Shulgin, Madteo, LB aka Labat (2x), Raimo, Gerry Read, Mr. G., Rawmance & Security, John Heckle, Jack Frost, D. Mob, Albinos.

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The label affiliated to the Lyon-based record shop’s monthly show with founder DJ 7 and posse DJ Sentiments, Blanik, Wildbush, Emeline XIII, Frank Gérard… Here with Clarence & DJ 7

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The label affiliated to the Lyon-based record shop’s monthly show with founder DJ 7 and posse DJ Sentiments, Blanik, Wildbush, Emeline XIII, Frank Gérard… Here with NYC’s finest DJ Monchan!

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The label affiliated to the Lyon-based record shop’s monthly show with founder DJ 7 and posse DJ Sentiments, Blanik, Wildbush, Emeline XIII, Frank Gérard… Here’s a dope session mixing jazz, abstract round beats and basses from X-Rousse’s DJ Sentiments and Paris-based Hadj Sameer…

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The label affiliated to the Lyon-based record shop’s monthly show with founder DJ 7 and posse DJ Sentiments, Blanik, Wildbush, Emeline XIII, Frank Gérard…

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The label affiliated to the Lyon-based record shop’s monthly show with founder DJ 7 and posse DJ Sentiments, Blanik, Wildbush, Emeline XIII, Frank Gérard…

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With Moi J’Connais Records label founder Cyril Yétérian and collaborator and hard digger Jean Toussaint.


A bi-monthly review by DJ Seven of Groovedge Record Store’s stock, fresh wax and old tunes available at their location on 18 bis rue des Tables Claudiennes, 69001 Lyon, France.

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Napoli’s Manny Whodammany, co-founder of Periodica Records and Early Sounds Recordings activist pairing with guests to develop his suave aesthetics of funk-to-cosmic music… with Piero Umiliani, Ron Hardy, Lenny White, Womack & Womack, Marcio Montarroyos, 291out, Easy Going, The Pasadenas, Level42, Chick Corea, Whodamanny, Manfred Schoof, Laurent & Voindroit, Krishnanda, Piyojo, The Normalmen, Black Jazz Chronicles, Kenlou, Ciro…

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Monthly show driven by the three Holywax Records’ hardcore diggers Cyril, Léandre & Alban — mutant jazz-funk, psychedelic oddities, Italian library, private press, and other musical UFOs you’ll probably never hear elsewhere…

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Monthly show driven by the three Holywax Records’ hardcore diggers Cyril, Léandre & Alban — mutant jazz-funk, psychedelic oddities, Italian library, private press, and other musical UFOs you’ll probably never hear elsewhere.

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Monthly show driven by the three Holywax Records’ hardcore diggers Cyril, Léandre & Alban — mutant jazz-funk, psychedelic oddities, Italian library, private press, and other musical UFOs you’ll probably never hear elsewhere…

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Geneva’s Gwo Sound crew monthly show, with alternatively Jean Toussaint, Blacky Joe, 2000, Bony Fly and Androo to navigate through african, caribbean, zouk, soca, jazz, dub and digi around the world…

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Geneva’s Gwo Sound crew monthly show, with alternatively Jean Toussaint, Blacky Joe, 2000, Bony Fly and Androo to navigate through african, caribbean, zouk, soca, jazz, dub and digi around the world…

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The record shop’s weekly program, going through its stock and its distro’s news.

Chez Émile Records
38 rue Sergent Blandan
69001 Lyon, France

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Shared monthly show between Enfance label’s brain Jean Granon and Ethyène, quarter of Moonrise Hill Material, going trough their personal discothèques as well as forthcomings from their labels, & more idiosyncratic unreleased material.

BRIAN ENO – The big ship
DIP IN THE POOL – Sur le pois
IVORT – ?
LIVIO MOSCA – Sunrise
HARUOMI HOSONO & FRIENDS – Dernier paradis
IMITATION – Exotic dance
DOMINIQUE DUMONT – Comme ça
THIERRY CAENS – Balada
RK NAGATI – De l’orient à l’orion
LUCIO BATTISTI – La canzione della terra
BENJAMIN DE ROUBAIX – Nouméa
UNKNOWN ARTIST – Layla (radio trip edit)
LENA PLATONOS – Bloody shadows from afar
SLEUTH – Asterion
BARRY REYNOLDS – Till the doctor gets back
TORO Y MOI – Divina

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Bongo Joe’s bimonthly show, fed by records available at the shop exclusively, and driven by a guest DJ for each session.

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Bongo Joe’s bimonthly show, fed by records available at the shop exclusively, and driven by a guest DJ for each session.

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Bongo Joe’s bimonthly show, fed by records available at the shop exclusively, and driven by a guest DJ for each session.

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Bongo Joe’s bimonthly show, fed by records available at the shop exclusively, and driven by a guest DJ for each session.

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The Paris-based triumvira David Chouferbad from Deviant Disco, Vincent Privat & Dave from L’International Records exploring everything from zouk to cosmic jazz and beyond…

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The Paris-based triumvira David Chouferbad from Deviant Disco, Vincent Privat & Dave from L’International Records exploring everything from zouk to cosmic jazz and beyond…

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From Seoul with love, with Dude F. and friends going through jazz, experimental, house… pretty much everything.

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The Paris-based triumvira David Chouferbad from Deviant Disco, Vincent Privat & Dave from L’International Records exploring everything from zouk to cosmic jazz and beyond…

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Soul Sociedad's Ill Dubio pays us a visit and and provides a set through his soul, jazz and funk collection.


Another delightful visit from JB Couder aka Jean Toussaint, with his bags full of african funk, soca and other rare jewels.


Dutch producer, deejay and Bobby Donny label boss Frits Wentik passing by the studio.


Two delectable hours with Jacques Renault and Klaaar — the first invited by the second — going through raw disco, mellow house and modal jazz, in anticipation of their show at the Terminal, later that night.


Sixteenth appointment with brilliant hip-hop deejay and producer Figur Brazlevic, passing by Lyon — and our studio — after a cancelled gig in Paris.


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