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Le disquaire genevois Bongo Joe invite l’animateur de Couleur 3 EasyEvil pour cette nouvelle édition de “Pom Pom Galli”, occasion d’une heure de boogie, world, weird folk et musiques traditionnelles…

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Soichi Datsa retrouve notre studio lyonnais pour reprendre le fil de sa Les Statues Meurent Aussi, mêlant compositions contemporaines et musiques traditionnelles, Europe et Amazonie, Sea Urchin à DSR Line et plus.

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Dave, David et Vincent se sont retrouvés dans les nouveaux studios parisiens pour leur mensuelle Poulet Bicyclette familiale entre musique ethnique, folklorique et bordélique.

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Le label lyonnais AR/FM revient au studio pour une nouvelle émission, avec ce mois-ci comme invité Césaire, pour nous parler de Burkina Faso à travers une sélection de morceaux divaguant entre musique traditionnelle, afrobeat et plus.

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Soichi Datsa returns to our airwaves with a new episode of Les Statues Meurent Aussi, providing with one hour of music from Niger, gathered from a recent trip there, featuring traditional and modern music.

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Another Room For Music revient sur nos ondes pour une nouvelle émission, divaguant ici dans les genres drone, new-age et ambient, prenant l’horizontalité pour motif, à travers des compositions de Iasos, Flora Yin-Wong, Cinéma Perdu et plus.

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AR/FM retrouve nos ondes pour une éditions spéciale, consacrée aux musiques traditionnelles polonaises, d’interprétation contemporaine, avec Tadeusz Jedynak, Adam Strung et plus, choisies avec l’aide d’Ola Tusk.

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Detroit’s Benjamin Hill is back at his Gamelan explorations, with a new episode of “Invite The Infinite”, intertwining traditional and western uses of the mighty instruments, here with works from Terry Riley, Gamelan Sekar Jaya and more.

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Marseille’s Metaphore Collectif returns to our station with honcho Schlagga taking care of the first hour with a blend of ritual, tribal electronics, while Israfil continues the session with one hour of experimental and electro-acoustic works from French pioneers and beyond.

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Benjamin Hill returns to his “Invite the Infinite” series, exploring the possibilities of Gamelan, here with a selection focusing on its traditional uses, with tracks from Gamelan Singamurti, Tripittaka and more.

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Jay Glass Dubs invites Athens based composer and musician Christos Chondropoulos for a one hour mix, channeling fire-walking music from around the globe for the first half and a previously unreleased live percussion set straight from his 8 track recording vaults.

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Soichi Datsa revient pour un nouvel épisode des “Statues Meurent Aussi” avec pour invité ORED Recordings, pour une heure de musiques circassiennes incluant Ensemble Zhyu, Kasbek Nagaroko, Muhamed Batit et plus.

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Lyon’s Tunis Alpha et Leeroy Merlin reviennent au studio pour une heure de musiques troubles, balançant entre folk, dark ambient, et explorations de traditions sonores obliques.

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Detroit’s Benjamin Hill continues his adventures into the Gamelan sound, with a selection of traditional and unconventional tracks using the mighty instrument.

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Écoutez la seconde édition d’ “Invite The Infinite” avec Benjamin Hill, continuant d’explorer les diverses utilisations du Gamelan dans la musique traditionnelle, moderne et contemporaine.

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Benjamin Hill ouvre ici sa résidence intitulée “Invite the Infinite”, focalisée sur l’utilisation du Gamelan, d’une gamme traditionnelle à une autre expérimentale, contemporaine…

“Dreams, synthesizers, haunting combinations of voice and gong, surreal and sometimes threatening landscapes, frantic thoughts, and gentle moments of play. This is the journey for this month’s edition of Invite the Infinite, a mix show dedicated to global gamelan music, and music that incorporates it.”

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Minou Oram is back on our stream to keep delivering sound souvenirs from her recorder, gathered along her journey. This episode is an attempt to capture the magic of Morocco, containing many personal field recordings, traditional Moroccan music and some left-field electronica that illustrated Hannah’s long bus journeys throughout the mighty Atlas mountain range.

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Le collectif Boulevard débute sa saison avec une émission consacrée à la culture chilienne à travers sa musique, contemporaine, classique, de résistance, introduite par Maxime Bisson.

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Les Statues Meurent Aussi’s Soichi Datsa is back in the studio with a bunch of traditional music, mixed with Western experimental and leftfield electronics.

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Akuphone Records founder Cheb Gero is back on our airwaves to conclude his season with an episode as an Ode to the Sun, featuring free jazz, chanson, new-age 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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Listen back to Brussels-based label and art platform Different Fountains playing Chinese avant-garde and traditional music, with tracks from Wang Fan, The Shangton Music Society and more.

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Listen back to a selection of türkü music gathered by Nadia, Zeynep & Erinç from the SILO crew, featuring 60’s and 70’s psychedelic folk from Selda Bagcan, Erkut Taksin and more.

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Listen back to Lyon’s Sofa Record Shop selecting Afro-jazz, West-Indies Maloya, Zouk, Traditional music and World boogie from David Tapfuma, Pierre Sandwidi, Laser and more.

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Ascetic House brings you Jesse Sanes (aka Fejhed, JH1.FS3, Kommand and more) for this month’s episode of their residency, with a mix featuring doom, contemporary noise and traditional, trance-oriented tracks.

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Stream back Riccardo Schiro’s Grafity Graffiti switching traditional music to experimental electronics via Kitaro, Porter Ricks, DMX Krew & more.

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Cyrus and Ethan repping Collapsing Market, back for their show Main Courante, mingling for two hours various electronics, post-punk, chanson francaise and iranian sitar…

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You can now listen to Soichi Datsa’s monthly show. A selection of instrumental, traditional recordings, from Polynesia, experimental and library productions.

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Listen back to Gwo Sound System’s Bony Fly playing underground latin records for the first part of his series focusing on South-American musical heritage.

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Flee Project return to our studio for a new session of African delight, featuring benga, afrobeat, and forgotten gems celebrating the label’s first release repress.


King Doudou aka Douster laisse cet épisode à Schnautzi pour disséquer les architectures complexes du Dabke, explications, documentations et méandres plus loin.

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The PRR! PRR! crew welcomes Clara! Fuego FM second edition, with a mix from the unknown Irene focusing on celtic reggaeton, weird digi variations of traditional atlantic music.

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Akuphone’s founder Cheb Gero going through a large collection of traditional and more contemporary music from around the world.

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Listen back to experimental composer Ben Vida’s detour in obscure traditional music from Tanzania, Solomon Islands, Ethiopia and more, delivering rare patterns and instruments to your ears..



In the studio with Akuphone founder Cheb Gero, exploring the calatogue of German label Selected Sounds for one hour of “World Library”…

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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 special show by historian & DJ Michel Caillat around african music, from 1928 to 1950.

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A series of broadcasts from Romain de Ferron (Balladur) mixing personal recordings of his travels in Indonesia.

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Akuphone’s Cheb Gero going through funerary rites rhythms and sounds for this one, at the occasion of the label’s last release: Gamelan Beleganjur and the Music of the Ngaben Funerary Ritual in Bali.

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Off with the Flee Project crew, celebrating its first release “Benga” and their whole operation of digging, informing and promoting African music.


Soichi Datsa’s monthly mixture of traditional musics & contemporary electronics, featuring Brian Eno, Pierre Bastien, Ghédalia Tazartès, field recordings from Africa and more..

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Elen Huynh has for this season’s first show BFDM affiliate’s Basses-Terres as a guest: a one-hour acousmatic and spoken-word piece, recorded by the duo while they were exploring the edge of a colossal jungle. Far, far away, along a sea whose glitter is blurred by a creeping mist. A forest so dark and green it has to be almost black. Texts excerpts from Cesare Pavese’s book “Travailler Fatigue”. Special thanks to Nami.

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Conservatoire’s teacher J.-P. Guye invites today a former student of his, Léa Becvort, for a special show around vocal expressions…

LUCIANO BERIO – Sequenza n°3
HUGO ZEMP – Le Chant Des Harmoniques
UNKNOWN MONGOLIAN ARTISTS – Deux Chants Diphoniques
UNKNOWN XHOSA ARTISTS – Deux Chants Diphoniques
JOHANN STRAUSS – Les Voix Du Printemps
UNKNOWN MALAWI ARTISTS – Untitled
UNKNOWN INUIT ARTISTS – Trois Jeux De Gorge Kattajjaa
UNKNOWN AMERICAN ARTIST – Sermon D’un Paster Femme
J.-S. BACH – Erbarme Dich
UNKNOWN SARDINIAN ARTISTS – Choeur De La Semaine Sainte
UNKNOWN KENYAN ARTISTS – Louange d’Allah
UNKNOWN ARTISTS FROM MOROCCO – Récitation Du Coran
YMA SUMAC – Wimoweh

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Soichi Datsa asked drummer & selector Nicolas Sheikholeslami aka Çaykh to contribute to his monthly radio show. He explains below, with his own words, his approach:

For the selection of music that you will be hearing now I did actually leave home, but only as far as Berlin’s Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin, the source for all the music you will hear. My topic of choice for the next hour is the music of the country of Indonesia.
The world’s largest island country on the crossroad of the Indian and the Pacific oceans. It is the world’s fourth most populous country after China, India and the United States. I dare to say that the cultural diversity of its more than 300 ethnic groups, is as vast as any to be found on the Indian subcontinent. Indonesia’s rainforests are said to have one of the highest levels of biological diversity in the world – and similar things can be said about the diversity of it’s culture. My knowledge of the musical cultures of the different islands and their different regions only scratches the very surface and as this is a topic that many books have been written about, I decided to not even try to say anything specific about the music that I have selected, but only to name the islands that it originates from. Due to the richness of it’s resources and the resulting trade-exchange and colonial oppression of different cultures during various more or less aggressive conquests, there are traces of every major world religion to be found in the country’s culture and therefore in it’s musical cultures. You will hear music featured from:
The western island of Sumatra which is the sixth-largest island in the world. It borders Malaysia in the west and the island of Java to the east.
With it’s 130.000.000 inhabitants Java is the world’s most populous island and it contains more than half of Indonesia’s population. In the very east, Java neighbours the comparatively small island of Bali – which is the place of origin of four of the tunes we are going to hear.
Also featured in this selection will be three entirely different tunes from the Maluku Islands in the very east of Indonesia on the border to New-Guinea.

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Cheb Gero explores music behind the term “Bellydance”, from Spain to Turkey, from India to Greece…

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Soichi Datsa’s monthly mixture of traditional & folk recordings with contemporary electronic productions.

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Spain’s electronic musician and pioneer Suso Saiz playing live, for your ears and hearts’ utter pleasure.

Live set recorded during the Zone Disco Autonome festival held in Chars, France.

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Groovedge Records Store’s bi-weekly update – news from the shop, the label & around.

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Akuphone’s co-founder and unquenchable digger Cheb Gero exploring the world’s finest folklores through his collection of cassettes and rare 7 inches accumulated along his journeys around the globe.

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The anthropologist and arabic music specialist Samir Mokrani telling us more about traditions and instruments in Yemen.

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Mind trip with Stakhan, local DJ and Tunnel Vision-parties promoter, through experimental jewels, narrative soundscapes and trance treasures.

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Mind trip with Stakhan, local DJ and Tunnel Vision-parties promoter, through experimental jewels, narrative soundscapes and trance treasures.

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Mind trip with Stakhan, local DJ and Tunnel Vision-parties promoter, through experimental jewels, narrative soundscapes and trance treasures.

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Mind trip with Stakhan, local DJ and Tunnel Vision-parties promoter, through experimental jewels, narrative soundscapes and trance treasures.

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Mind trip with Stakhan, local DJ and Tunnel Vision-parties promoter, through experimental jewels, narrative soundscapes and trance treasures.

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Mind trip with Stakhan, local DJ and Tunnel Vision-parties promoter, through experimental jewels, narrative soundscapes and trance treasures.

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Mind trip with Stakhan, local DJ and Tunnel Vision-parties promoter, through experimental jewels, narrative soundscapes and trance treasures.

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Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between. Partly fed with Geneva’s Ethnographic Museum’s sound archives.

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Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.

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Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.

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Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.

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Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.

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Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.

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Soichi Datsa’s monthly journey through field recording, traditional and contemporary electronic music, and all what goes in between.

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Sofa Records’ monthly show, exploring Piero & Jean-Philippe’s personal collection, as well as the record shop’s catalogue.

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BFDM’s parisian crew Hajj, Naulot, Basses Terres, OKO DJ and Tiff through fif, zahef and rolex.
First hour by Naulot, followed by Tiff on this one.

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Florian "Acéphale" Meyer aka Don't DJ invited by Fullfridge's Cloudnumber to the studio, before hitting Le Périscope.


Dement3d founder Heartbeat in the studio, before taking over Boxboys for a night-long Ravesodie.


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