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Rare venue de celui que les habitants d’Addis Abeba surnomme Kidus, norvégien échoué en Ethiopie depuis une décennie au moins, collectionneur et archiviste mondialement connu des musiques de la corne de l’Afrique, tenancier d’un magasin de cassette à Addis, label boss et passeur de disques et cassettes. Nous sommes très très heureux de l’accueillir à Bongo Joe pour un set de musique est-africaine peu ou jamais entendue. Heureux hasard, mercredi 11 septembre est le 1er jour de l’année 2012 pour les éthiopiens! እንቁጣጣሽ Enkutatash !

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Sol Discos’ Waxist through international soul, funk, jazz and beyond —rare grooves to be expected.

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Black Atlantic Club founder James Stewart from Lyon is back in our studio for his monthly residency, providing here with one hour of african boogie, jazz and island grooves.

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Le disquaire lyonnais de la rue d’Algérie revient au studio pour démarrer une nouvelle saison (web)radiophonique, dispensant une sélection tranquille, coulant entre african boogie, jazz, synth-pop et plus à écouter à nouveau ici.

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James Stewart du Black Atlantic Club retrouve notre studio pour une nouvelle saison de “Talkin’ That Talk”, nous gratifiant d’une sélecta paisible, oscillant entre jazz, beats africain, boogie et plus.

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Simple Music Experience invite Autant Josepha pour conclure sa saison de “Radio Poison”, déroulant ici une heure élastique, oscillant entre soul, jazz, ambient, percussions et plus.

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Après quelques mois d’absence, les compères du disquaire Sofa Records retrouve le studio pour l’apéro, et une heure d’émission, oscillant entre grooves insulaires, jazz, chanson et plus à écouter ici.

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Pour cette nouvelle édition de Crise de Snare, Dimensional Waves reçoit deux invités officiant sous le nom Demord Enregistrements, Riposte, Perte De Charge, et Delphine, pour une heure oscillant entre industrial ronronnante, musique traditionnelle africaine, et autres minuties électroniques…

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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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Ecoutez la première édition de “Power Of Random”, où S.K. Records se ballade aléatoirement dans sa discothèque, pour une heure sérendipiteuse, allant entre rock psyché, boogie africain, synth-pop et plus.

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Sofa Records revient au studio pour une nouvelle heure de musiques africaine, caribéenne, zouk et plus, en passant par des productions de Fred Aucagos, The Soul Brothers, Leon Keita, Star Band de Dakar…

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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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Krikor returns to our studio for his monthly residency, with a varied selection spanning from library music, industrial dub, tribal sounds and African percussions.

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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 défend ses scores, pour la dernière édition de l’année, entremêlant chaloupes africaines, percussions sud-américaines et compositions européennes, quelque part entre library, jazz et world.

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La Brigade returns with Félicité leading another episode, featuring a selection of no-wave, punk, african and French chanson including Le Renard, Amos & Sara, Pierre Vassiliu, Damily and more.

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Trouvailles aléatoires, pérégrinations inattendues, chemins vierges et autres circonvolutions péremptoires avec Wizæroid entre electro-boogie, perles africaines, chanson française et plus via Eyeless in Gaza, Le Beau Mariage, Pierre Léoni et plus.

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This month Kareem takes us on a cosmic journey through a hypnotic spiral of rai, goa, dub, ethno north African and electronic dance rhythms.

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Le disquaire lyonnais Sofa Records retourne au studio pour une heure de variations french pop, world-disco et suaves détours via Brigitte Fontaine, Étienne Jaumet, Al Massrieen, Nicky Mpoto et plus.

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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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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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Le disquaire lyonnais Sofa Records revient au studio pour une heure entre world, jazz, variations afrobeats et latines issue des bacs de son magasin.

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Le wizard Wizæroid retourne au studio parisien pour une nouvelle session aventureuse, entre post-punk grooves africains et trouvailles diverses.

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Listen back to Lyon Sofa Record Shop’s monthly selection of African Boogie, Soul, West-Indies gems and more, featuring tracks from Exile House, Carl Carlton, Helio Matheus and more.

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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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Vagabondages tropicaux erratiques contés par Insulaire, suivi d’une histoire plus éclairée des investigateurs de Bayetë.

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“Crackpot and visionary music, where all trails lead essentially one place: over the edge”. Listen back to Bruits de la Passion with Danse-Toujours starting things off with a laidback mix of balearic tunes and reggae-not-reggae. For the second part, guest and friend Disc Jacquey delivers a fuzzy selection of Senegalese music with mesmerizing guitars, heart-broken voices and hypnotic grooves.

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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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Listen back to Sounds From The Well with today’s guest Jesse from Boomarm Nation playing dub and african music from Mdou Moctar, Tropical Camel, Acid Arab and many 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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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 The Sounds Of Music’s record shop DJ Double K & Bumpy TT. coming up this month with a special episode on African funk, from Nigeria, South-Africa and more.

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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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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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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.


As Women’s right is not a one day issue, Cheb Gero gathers some of his most interesting feminist recordings, as the end of March approaches. From African to punk, psyche, women’s right chants, and more…

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There is no way around Serendip Lab and his unexpected taste, this month with a mix of japanese library, obscure african tracks and italo boogie to finish.

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Stream back Viva Notte! with resident Thomas B. for the first half and guest Beppe Loda from Italy for the second. Disco, new-wave and african variations for your heart.

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Tune in to Max Duplan’s monthly show dedicated to the musics made for the screen, from cinema to TV, from all-time classics to unreleased experimentations.

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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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Listen back to Gwo Sound honcho Jean Toussaint delivering african beauties and western electronic contemplations.

ROBERTO MUSCI – Nexus On The Beach
BRIAN ENO – Unfamiliar Wind
KIMBOL – Velo
N’KOURI- The Warra Beat
EKO KUANGO – Madesu
DRUM PACT – Paradigma
REMI CHAUDAGNE – L’île Des Temps
PATRICK MARCEL – Afrolydien
M. BAROTY / A. DIENG – L’Appel Des Sorciers
EKO KUANGO – Na Mawaso
LOUIS-CESAR EWANDÉ – Percussion Ensemble
JEAN-PIERRE BOISTEL – C’est à Sète
GRATIE MIDONET – Exil 2
ARIEL KALMA – Planet Air

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Listen back to Macadam Mambo’s Guillaume des Bois playing darkwave, dubby EBM and more subtleties from New Order, Céline Gillain, Siglo XX, Roland Bocquet, Nico Motte, Holger Czukay, Tony Carey, Komodo Kolectif, Rodion & Marmarella and more..

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A funky, suave selecta of records from Japan’s Mori-ra to wrap up the year.

WALLY BADAROU ‎– Back To Scales ToNight
ERNEST HONNY ‎– Yendanoase
FRANK MURILLO ‎– Letting It Rest
CIDA DESVARIEUX ‎– Nou Ke Sa Inmew
LESTON PAUL ‎– Everyday Life
JAMES MASON ‎– Sweet Power, Your Embrace
STEPHEN ENCINAS ‎– Disco Illusion
JACK ASHFORD ‎– Get Right On Top (Cause I Need Someone)
GUY CUEVAS ‎– Obsession
GUY CUEVAS ‎– Ebony Game
THIMOTEY ORELLE ‎– Grand N’Hom La
JEFF PHELPS ‎– On The Corner
ERICK PAUL & TUCO BOUZI, DIXIE BAND ‎– Bel Carnaval

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Swiss-based label Radio Martiko takes you on another trip around Africa, Middle-East and beyond.

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With Ostra Discos founder De Los Miedos aka Sebastião Delerue for a special on Angolan music.


Les Diplomates’ half Jean Toussaint displays a small part of his extended record collection.

JEAN-CLAUDE MARTHA – Marasa Eiou
DANIELLE THERMIDOR – Corvee
ETOILE DE DAKAR – Esta China
NUMBER ONE DU SENEGAL – Yoro
POLY RYTHMO – Unité Africaine
SAMBA MAPANGALA – Yembele
BUNZU SOUNDZ – Kokrohinkro
FRANCK VALMONT – Malere
FRANCISCO – Sergio, Peine Arrivé
GJO DEZORMO – Sé Lé 22 Mai

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

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Geneva’s duo Mambo Chick and Jean Toussaint team up for Les Diplomates, a show on Africa’s finest records and beyond.

CARLOS DJE DJE – Tiku Landarini
APARTHEID NOT – Mefiance
JIMMY SALCEDO – Berraquera
JUAN PABLO TORRES – EY !… OP.1
POLY RYTHMO – Aiha Ni Kpe We
LES AMBASSADEURS INTERNATIONAUX – Wassolon Fôli
KWAME OPOKU – Ade Aye Me
SUPER BITON DE SEGOU – Bara Musso
ORCHESTRE BAOBAB – Souleymane
ERIC ARCONTE – Cyclone
SHADOW – A Littre Bit Of Loving
ALI & TAM’S – Tshikona
WELLBORN – Sika Tre

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Bongo Joe invites today Ogoun Ferrail to dig into the shop’s marvelous references.

INTRO
LES VOLCANS DE PORTO-NOVO – Glenon Ho Akue
THE EDGE OF DARKNESS – Mean Town
AMÉDÉE PIERRE – Souyassa
OFFENBACH – Bulldoszer (Chanté)
ANDRÉ FONTAINE – Notre-Père
SISSI MASSILA – Salif
THE STRANGERS – It Takes Two To Make A Pair
CYRIL LABONNE – Roseda
THE BARBECUES – Otswe
SPERMICIDE – Femme Prothèse
CLAUDETTE ET TI-PIERRE – Zanmi Camarade
BULLDOZER – Pourvu Que Satan Me Pardonne
POLY-RYTHMO DE COTONOU – Kou Nawo
PICOBY BAND D’ABOMEY – Ja Houi Se
GROUPE ESPÉRANCE – Repentez-Vous

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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.


Vidal back in the studio for another hour of warm boogie variations, from disco to African grooves, classic and lost gems..


Here’s Les Diplomates’ monthly tropical rendez-vous — today with Florence Mambo Chick, with original records from Surinam, Cap-Vert, Kenya & more.

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Jazz & world music specialists Jean-Phi & Piero from local record shop going through records from the shop, as well as from their own collections.

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Vidal flirting with his souvenirs from Zone Disco Autonome..


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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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 infamous trio Poulet Bicyclette delivering rare tunes from Corsica, suave zouk and more during the Zone Disco Autonome festival in Chars, France.

Set recorded on Sunday 4th of June in Chars, France.

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Record shop Chez Émile presents its latest arrivals and its city’s musical activity, as well as its distribution editions and collaborations.

LIEVEN MARTENS MOANA – Grondements du volcan de l’île
SUSO SAIZ – C
GIGI MASIN – Maja
SMAGGHE & CROSS – Somebody To Love Tonight
DENIS M’PUNGA & PAUL K. – Dou-Niya
WORKDUB – ?
ZIMBA – Siwo Edit
BARICENTRO – Tittle Tattle
BEPPE LODA – Sexy Lady
JACY – It’s Not Hot But Heat
UABOS – Copacabana
PESSOAS QUE EU CONHEÇO – VII
ANTONI MAIOVVI – Adams
LORD OF THE ISLES – ?

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Chez Emile Records’ co-founder DJ Gaet303 diving into the record shop and distro’s freshest news.

TOMORROW’S PEOPLE – Open Soul
CALVIN B RHONE – I Believe
LA POLIZIOTTA – ?
OBBATUKÉ – Yanbu Arara
JOHNNY NASH – Ding Repear
YOUNG MALE – Aluminium Sleep
HIEROGLYPHIC BEING – Mystery Of The Changelings
FARRON – The Day One Song
VOKODE – Glow
PASCAL METZEL – Fermi Paradox
JOORS AND STINGRAY – The Nine
MASSIMIGLIANO PAGLIARA – Time And Again
OVATOW – In Loving Memory…

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Lyon’s world musics best record store, displaying arrivals form the shop, as well as material from their respective discothèques. Today’s session filled with spiritual jazz, psych maghrebian folk, wicked african synth, space disco, funk and more…

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Lyon and Paris-based cultural Magazine Kiblind presents its monthly playlist: local artists and labels, international news, from modern hip-hop to techno via french pop, lo-fi and disco. Here with the following tracks: 01. Hno3 – Doughnut Dollies
02. Fresh – The Real Love

03. Z Factor – I am the DJ
04. Zsa Zsa ”La Boum” – Tu veux ou tu veux pas
05. My Mine – Hypnotic Tango
06. Beautiful Swimmers – Big Coast
07. The Fixx – Reach The Beach
08. Piry Reis – O Sol Na Janela
09. Earl Klugh – Captain Caribe
10. T.Y. Boys & S. Mmutung – Lekopokopo Single Moqashoa
11. Ahmed Malek & Flako – Tape 12 Track 1
12. Bargou 08 – Mamchout
13. Cannonball Adderley & Nat Adderley Sextet – Aries
14. Boom Bip – Mannequin Hand Trapdoor I Reminder (feat. Dose One)
15. Lithics – Labor
16. Sneaks – Hair Slick Back
17. Karaocake – Youth Slip
18. Luis – Talk Me Down
19. Alpha 606 – Armambo
20. DJ Loser – δεν εχει τιτλο
21. Minimal Violence – Houses
22. Sébastien Forrester – HWYL HOWL
23. K9 – Baiders (Ft. Direman)
24. Björk – Earth Intruders
25. Cannibal Ox – Straight Off the D.I.C.
26. Omid – Club Apotheosis feat. Hymnal
27. Living Legends – Black Glass
28. Ezale & DJ Fresh – We Want Some Pussy
29. Mozzy – Line It Up feat. Jadakiss, Dave East, Trae tha Truth & E Mozzy
30. Future – Hallucinating
31. Lil B – I Love You

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Gwo Sound’s Jean Toussaint delivering a bit of his records dug out of his numerous travels around the world.

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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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Jutix and Thomas B’s monthly show and eponymous record label, adventures around disco, synth-pop and all kind of waves…

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Watch out for Thomas B’s Disco Disorder! The man travels through disco, new-beat and raw house like nothing, and digs out some rarities, private presses and geeky gems you’ll probably enjoy as well…

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Watch out for Thomas B’s Disco Disorder! The man travels through disco, new-beat and raw house like nothing, and digs out some rarities, private presses and geeky gems you’ll probably enjoy as well…

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

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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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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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Macadam Mambo DJs Sacha & Guillaume des Bois’s monthly hommage to Mesrine’s statement.

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Macadam Mambo DJs Sacha & Guillaume des Bois’s monthly hommage to Mesrine’s statement.

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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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Macadam Mambo DJs Sacha & Guillaume des Bois’s monthly hommage to Mesrine’s statement.

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Macadam Mambo DJs Sacha & Guillaume des Bois’s monthly hommage to Mesrine’s statement.

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


Invited at Le Sucre the same night for a Black Atlantic Club’s party, prolific Ukrainian deejay and producer Vakula driving this ninth meeting, uncovering his influences — black music essentially — for a tribal, mystical, mind-blowing one-hour set.


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