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Christian Coiffure invite la biélorusse Olya Smok pour une session spéciale de deux heures, présentant les activités et tendances de la sélecta, oscillant entre exotica, world, electro, dub et plus.

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Wizæroid est de retour pour le premier épisode d’une nouvelle saison de Midi à Quatorze Heures. Au programme disques west-indies, deviant-pop & deviant world-music issus de sa collection personnelle.

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Dave, David et Vincent clôturent la saison en toute beauté via une sélection de morceaux aux couleurs exotiques et mélodies lointaines avec cette dernière Poulet Bicyclette pédalant entre ambiance disco et musiques ethno.

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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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James Stewart du Black Atlantic Club regagne le studio pour la dernière “Talkin’ That Talk” de la saison, balançant entre world, african, reggae et plus.

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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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Listen back to Clémentine return to our parisian studio. This time she invites label boss of Libreville Records and co-founder of BeauMonde Records, Robert Benjamin, for the second hour of the show. Taking you through two hours of soft rock, jazz-funk, world electronics featuring tracks from DI MELO, COTONETE, ALDORANDE, WORLD SERIES, NIMBUS (…) and more.

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James Stewart du Black Atlantic Club retrouve notre studio et nos ondes pour une nouvelle édition de Talkin’ That Talk, oscillant entre grooves latins, musiques antillaises et africaines.

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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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Réécoutez l’émission du dj parisien et fondateur du label Worldwide Zen, Geena, qui nous embarque ici dans une sphère planante oscillant entre house breaké et mélodies roots.

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David Chouferbad et Dave de Bigwax records se retrouvent dans nos studios pour partager leurs drôles de disques et morceaux insolites provenant des quatre coins du monde entre cheesy selecta et autres sonorités bien groovy.

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Le disquaire lyonnais Sofa Records retrouve le studio pour une nouvelle émission, oscillant entre synth-pop déviante, raï, douceurs brésiliennes et folk lointaines, passant par Caetano Veloso, Japan Blues, Francis Bebey et plus.

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Dave et Vincent se retrouvent en duo, pour deux heures d’un Poulet Bicyclette special world-pop allant du boogie français, à la disco Israelienne en passant aussi par le Yemen, avec des morceaux de VLADIMIR COSMA, JOCELYNE, PASCAL, ATTILIO, BALBA 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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Wayatt retrouve notre studio lyonnais pour une nouvelle “Rétrofutur”, entremêlant ambient, pop et disco aux consonances indiennes, de Dino J.A. Deane à Bappi Lahini en passant par Mori-Ra et plus.

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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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Sentiments revient au studio pour reprendre le fil de sa Light On Earth, ce mois-ci pour une heure partagée entre downtempo, world suave et presque-trance.

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Dave, David et Vincent se sont réunis pour deux heures de drôleries musicales entre french boogie, world ethnique et autre beats disco pour leur première Poulet Bicyclette de l’année.

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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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The French duo Nummer shares his latest show with Chinese producer and curator Fei Pao for the first hour, while continuing this dub, weird new-wave session in the second part with a selection of ambient and suave beats.

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Vincent Privat, Dave de Big Wax et David Chouferbad offre une sélection de deux heures de divagations entre leurs collections (hautement surprenantes), de chœurs étrangers au breakbeat français en passant par une multitude d’autres trouvailles..

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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…


Ntn reçoit le DJ et digger de Londres Danny Bushes, instigateur de fêtes dans la capitale anglaise et à l’initiative du label Bushes, pour un mix entre reggae, roots, world et autres titres babyloniens.

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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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Maxime Bisson du collectif Boulevard nous confesse son ras le bol du travail et son envie de voyager à travers une heure de musiques d’un continent à l’autre.

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The rotation system of relentless alignment,
pulsing distant alarm, chromium chords –
The yellow stainer comes with vivid cuts.
Within the metronomic biosphere,
you bring me my earthy organ,
chew me slowly with your clinical rhetoric.
Leather face – but not as we know him,
his tobacco chants, rolling closed eyes,
Promising a throbbing hope.
Warm sprawling county, swept away,
poke and distortion, confined.
Nauseous delirium, Old Mamma lullaby,
throwbacks and petticoats on the porch.
Temporary peace in the basement,
but god knows I love the crunch:
The tin piston system in the dark oiling himself.
Concrete cool, the reverse switch,
they’d be having it, the lot of them,
pair me down and load me up.
Driving organic pulse, black-brown and instructing,
autumnal breath on wet windows.
Here come the thin pipes,
dancing down the market streets,
churning over, churning over, twinkle horn.
Open me up, don’t centralise me
with your driving film score.
Bamboo beauties, in harmony and haze,
lay me down and play my organ,
lazy modern muff, zaney modern haze.
I’m coming round now,
All hands to the organ!
Spiraling up the visionary pipes,
the way is a colourful grey, the desert bleak,
Thin tin pipes are foreboding now, clairvoyant.
A Monastery peace on High.

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Les gars de Poulet Bicyclette se retrouvent pour deux heures de world music, soul, pop electronic et autres mélodies venues d’ailleurs avec des morceaux de Mansany, Anna Bouboula ou encore Anadol…

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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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Pour cette troisième émission de Ruff’ec, Geena présente une sélection d’une heure entre Dumb Brazy, Tribal Australia, Balearic England, Cosmic Norway, et French Psychedelia.

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Blech from Neukölln is providing us this episode of Night Travel On A Blanket with the book from David Forster Wallace, Infinite Jest.

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Réécoutez Pom Pom Gal pour un épisode présenté par Les Babtous International, trio oscillant entre musique traditionnelle, afrobeat, zouk et dérivées, via Francis Bebey, Eko Kuango, et plus encore.

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On retrouve le trio David Chouferbad, Vincent Privat et Dave de Bigwax Records pour deux heures de dub, downtempo, et digressions mélodiques piochées dans divers continents.

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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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Melbourne’s infamous Butter Sessions crew is back, digging old and new records for a two-hours, polygamous pleasure from Ancient Methods, Lensis, Rroxymore and more.

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First show of the season, yes! After two busy and colorful months around Europe, OKO welcomes one of her summer encounters on the show: Debora Ipekel, familiar face behind the counter at London’s Sounds of The Universe record store. She works as a Music Researcher at Boiler Room and hosts shows on Worldwide FM. Debora brought us a mix of adventurous cuts around the world, and OKO gathered some of her dubby summer finds and musical love crushes…

Ease into September with joy and grace!

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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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Follow Paris based sound explorer Wizæroid on his trip through time and countries. This month playing some highly percussive tunes, groovy all the way from Portugal to Africa, from France to French Islands, a mixture of old and forgotten jewels from the man’s collection.

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Lyon’s Chez Émile Records bring you Watching Airplanes (aka Peur Bleue & Banlieu Records) for its monthly show’s first part, while introducing its latest entries in the second.

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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.


Listen back to Pom Pom Galli’s special guest Fion2000, picking an eclectic record selection from Bongo Joe Records, including track from Alan Vega, Subtronic, Mikado and more.

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Dariev illustrates the breeding season with energetic picks, celebrating the coming Springtime with a selection of soothing avant-garde, new-age and ambient records from Haruomi Hosono, Caetano Veloso, The Grateful Dead, Gilberto Gil and more.

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Listen back to Alexis Le Tan playing at Pleasure Palace event in collaboration with Boiler Room, sick trance moves ahead.

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

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Mambo Chick pleasing you with a sweet selecta of zouk, gwo-ka and caribbean delights.

LES MELODIX – ?
E. COSAQUE – ?
DÉDÉ SAINT-PRIX – ?
MALAVOI – ?
LES MAXEL’S – ?
LES CHÔMEURS – ?
HENRI DEBS – ?
A. LIRVAT – ?
F. VALMONT – ?
R. RIMBAUD – ?
LES WIBS – ?
BEAUJOUR & SES DIABLES DU RYTHME – ?
J-C MARTHA – ?
L. ANGEL – ?
E. MONA – ?

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

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Listen back to The Rudies playing jamaïcan soul, ska & reggae.

THE CHOSEN FEW – Shaft
REGGAE GIRLS – Rescue Me
DELROY WILSON – Put Yourself In My Place
SOUL STIRRERS – Come See About Me
SOUL MESSENGERS – Do It
RANDY’S ALL STARS – War
PHYLLIS DILLON – Midnight Confession
KEN BOOTHE – Ain’t No Sunshine
AL BROWN – Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City
PRINCE BUSTER – Try A Little Tenderness
THE MERRITONE SINGERS – Rude Boy A Wail
JAMES BROWN – Leaving On The Train
ALTHEA AND DONNA – Uptown Top Ranking
LITTLE GRANT & EDDIE – Everything is All Right
GREGORY ISAACS – John Public
TITO SIMON – Easy Come Easy Go
HEMSLEY MORRIS & PHIL PRATT – Little Things
KEN BOOTHE & PHIL PRATT – Sweet Song For My Baby
LLOYD & GLEN – Rudies Give Up
AL BARRY AND THE CIMERONS – Morning Sun

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Listen back to Pierro & Jean-Philippe from Sofa Records playing spiritual jazz, ethereal funk, experimental gems & more.

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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..


Bongo Joe’s monthly exploration of the record shop’s references – here with half of The Normalmen and a third of The Mystic Jungle Tribe Enrico Fierro aka DJ Milord!

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The paris-based trio of heavy diggers delivers you the most odd records that you could ever hear.

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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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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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Listen back to Romain De Ferron’s Indonesian tape special around Melayu style.

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Lyon’s queen of dogs Félicité presents her posse: from gospel to psychedelic rock via folk, indie and more…

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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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Listen back to Bongo Joe Records’ guest WTF for an hour-long mixtape spanning from delicate electronic, to more broken, dancing beats, through records found in his hometown Geneva.

JULOS BEAUCARNE – LES CONTROLEURS
WALLY BADAROU -THE FIRST FLOWER
KEITH BECKINGHAM – WOMAN IN LOVE
HALOGEN -EKG
LE CLAQUE GALOCHE – SONT TROIS JEUNES GARÇONS
? – ?
NEVILLE BROTHERS – SONS AND DAUGHTERS (SPOKEN)
THE ROOTS – ? VS SCRATCH
ARIS 1201 – MEMORY WAVE
CROWDPLEASER – SCHAUM
CATHERINE LE FORESTIER – SES PIEDS
C.W. VRTACEK – TUMBLING
THE AUPAIRS – HEADACHE FOR MICHELLE
? – ?
HUAYRA – NAWISNIY
ANN CLARK – SHORT STORY (PARTY MIX)
? – ?
RAVI SHANKAR – PASSION
MANTRA DUB – VERSE 2
ROOTS RADICS & SCULLY – CUSS CUSS
JOHNNY G – NEXT STOP AMSTERDAM
THE RAINCOATS – NO ONES LITTLE GIRL

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

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With record collectors and Radio Martiko label founders, for a journey to the East, from London to Bangkok through Hamburg, Geneva, Athens, Tunis, Cairo, Beirut, Bangkok….

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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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Lyon’s queen of dogs Délicité presents her posse: from gospel to psychedelic rock via folk, indie and more…

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Guillaume des Bois & Sacha Mambo spread their fabulous collection of records, monthly, through a show continually dedicated to Jacques Mesrine’s statement.

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

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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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Freshly coming back from a trip in Indonesia, Romain De Ferron unveils some of the sonic material collected there.

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

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Belgium-based digger’s duo gets you all around the world once a month.

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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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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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Paris-based bloggers and unquenchable diggers of all-around boogie pay a visit to our studio for an hour filled with their West Indian roots and jazz gems..
Here with music from Francisco, Super Combo, Max Cilla, Les Rapaces, Erik Cosaque, Group Nsi, Rodrigue Gauthier Coq La Chanté, Patrick Saint Eloi and more.


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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Last episode of the Oddlogs series, with experimental, exotica blog Dream Weapons, curated by Sadhu Sadhu, Prabha Devi & Moahaha.. Here with a special mix, as usual recorded as a mixtape, called “Dream Island”, and also available through their website along the many, many treasures the trio’s digging: dreamweapons.blogspot.fr

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MAMMAN SANI ABDOULAYE – Bodo
BROTHER AH – Transcendental March (Creation Song)
AL MASSRIEEN – Mafatshi Leh
SAINKHO NAMTCHYLAK – Old Melodie
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CHOIR OF SENDAI RENBO KOJI SCHOOL – Kojo No Tsuki
ULLA NEUMANN- Når Mørket Falder
MAMMAN SANI ABDOULAYE – Bodo
DICK HYMAN & MARY MAYO – They Can’t Take That…
KAZUKO MATSUO – Renbo Kouta
MIDORI SATSUKI – Onsen Geisha
JOEL VANDROOGENBROECK & F. VOELXEN – Fairy Tale
THE UNSEEN – Evidently the Spirits Have Taken Over
真鍋ちえみ Рうんととおく
MAMMAN SANI ABDOULAYE – Bodo
MINETTE – On a Psychedelic Astro-Flight
DINAH SHORE – My Isle of Golden Dreams
DR. BUZZARD’S ORIGINAL SAVANNAH BAND – Sunshower
LOS PANCHOS – Granito de sal
EDEN AHBEZ – The Wanderer
FRANKIE DYMON JR. – Sylvia
MAMMAN SANI ABDOULAYE – Bodo
F. J. MC MAHON – Sister Brother
WALLY BADAROU – Hi-life
屋良ファミリーズ Р白浜ブルース
BETTY CHUNG – Bang Bang
FILOMENA – Trua la la Reggae
WARDA – Maaoul Aheb Tany
JAN & LORRAINE – Number 33
MIKEY DREAD – Technical Selection
MAMMAN SANI ABDOULAYE – Bodo
A LA PING PONG – Hamburg-Ankara

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

NANCY DUPREE WITH A GROUP OF ROCHESTER N.Y. YOUNGSTERS – Docta King
RETTA YOUNG – We’re So In Love
ADRIAN YOUNGE – Sitting’ By The Radio
KOOL & THE GANG – Summer Madness
LEO SUNSHINE – Give Me The Sunshine
MOODS – Funk It Out
AL MASSRIEEN – Men Awel Deqiqa
FORREST – Comin’Up
DAZZLE – Walk Before You Run
BECKIE BELL – Music Madness (Voilaaa Remix)
THEO PARISH – Heal Yourself And Move
PROJECT 32 – Passion Latina (Remix)
FEMI KUTI – Truth Don Die (Kerri’s Deep Dub)
DJ SOTOFETT & KAROLIN TAMPERE feat. MAIMOUNA HAUGEN – Nondo Riddimix
VICE VERSA – Raz Of Pleasure

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

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Special update here from Groovedge Record Store’s master brain DJ VII, with tunes from the posse only!

HAZEL – Pace Morten
HAZEL – Park With Fountain
ORIGINAL LEDOUX – Colapse
ORIGINAL LEDOUX – Fausse Trap
OZI & VIVANCE & ALMA – Sess 6 Discovery
LANER FAX – Dranzer Beatin
LANER FAX – 97Firebound
HORMOIL ACTG – Nebulo Exit
HORMOIL ACTG – Smicard Plunge
EGYPTIAN CLIVAGE – Sperrgebiet Forrest
PIPE – Off
LB AKA LABAT – 10 Min Beat…
LB AKA LABAT – Probability
LB AKA LABAT – Ancient Dock
LB AKA LABAT – Probability Part II
OZI & VIVANCE – Lomilni
HAZEL – Pace Morten
HAZEL – Park With Fountain

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On and around polyrhythmia madness throughout the world’s folkore..

THE SLITS – In The Beginning There Was Rhythm
SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES – Into The Light
GODLEY & CREME – Group Life
MUTAMASSIK – Long Bears
SAVAGE REPUBLIC – Attempted Coup: Madagascar
23 SKIDOO – Kundalini
CABARET VOLTAIRE – This Is Our Religion
BLACK FUTURE – Eu Sou O Rio
TOM ZÉ – Peixe Viva
BRAINTICKET – Egyptian Kings
BOARDS OF CANADA – Roygbiv
DIRECTION SURVET – ABC Nippon

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Lyon’s queen of dogs Délicité presents her posse: from gospel to psychedelic rock via folk, indie and more…

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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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Geneva’s record shop Bongo Joe shares its crates with close friends and regulars of the store – here with Mauskovic Dance Band from Amsterdam, with live vocal and drum improvisation…

DUO N’GOLA – Anita
LOS OCHO DE COLOMBIA – Cumbia Del Bejo
LOS MIRLOS – Don Agucho
ROB – I’ve got to see you again
BAMBARA MYSTIC SOUL – Dambanale
FLE POU’W – Selenta
RIM KWAKU – Love Me For Real
HOTLINE – Desire
NHU DE PED BIA – Nos Cribla
LIQUID LIQUID – Push
THE MAUSKOVIC DANCE BAND – Repeating Night
POMPO / SABROSA – El Poro
COCAINA – G-Flux
PARRILA CALIENTE – Comencemos
MOUSSA DOUMBIA – Keleya
MAO X – Mercie!

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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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Third Try Records on and around feminine labels and producers…

MIRIAM MAKEBA – I You We
TIZIANA GHIGLIONI – Somebody Special
ISABELLE ANTENA – Naughty Naughty
LA MARQUE JEUNE – Vampire Es Tu Là
PINK & BLACK – Miss Fortune
MANDY SMITH – I Just Can’t Wait (The Cool & Breezy Jazz Version)
CARLY SIMON – Why
ANETTE BRISSETT – Gunshooting
GUSH – II
JOE TOSSINI – Lady Of Mine


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… A two hours colourful session of afro, boogie, pakistanese edits, and everything in between.

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Geneva’s record shop Bongo Joe shares its crates with close friends and regulars of the store – here with one of its core member, Mattio.

NA MELE A KA HAKU – Introduction
JAN VAN DEN BROEKE – The Monkey House
JOE CROW – Compulsion
SIZIKE – Tuzbalica
GARY BLANCHARD – Ladies In Mercedes
DENIS MPUNGA & PAUL K – Criola
VANGELIS KATSOULIS – The Sleeping Beauty Part II
ALAIN PETERS – Rest’la Maloya
ROBERTO MUSCI – Improbably Music
YISHAK BANJAW – Segno Sra Allebign
PIERRE MARIÉTAN – Mana
DJ SOTOFETT & PHILLIP LAUER feat. JEKS – Nimbus Mix
NDIKHO XABA AND THE NATIVES – Shawabada
AELOUS – Jungle Love
AELOUS – Jungle Love
DEUX FILLES – Children Of Clay
KEVIN MORBY – Harlem River
BLACK DISCO – Night Express

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Good and Badd Block party promoter Richard Foe brings a selection of dance floor music from across the globe to the studio…


Gumbo taking on the studio for the first hour, with music from Cactus Rose, Magnum Band, Sladana Milosevic, Salma. Second hour by guest Olivier Zeitoun, former instigator of itinerant radio show CiRCÉ, through a selection of female singers, such as Teresa Berganza, Pumpuang Duangjan, Yma Sumac & Maureen Tucker.

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

MAURICE McINTYRE – Humility In The Light Of The Creator (Alternative Version)
SABU MARTINEZ & SAHIB SHIHAB – Nus
I.P. SON GROUP – A’Ny
HERVE SAMB & DANIEL MORENO – Kuni’s Drum Dub
TEMPELHOF & GIGI MASIN – Red Venus
PELLEGRINO S. SNICHELOTTO – South Wind
TOMAGA – Scacco Matto
RAMESH – Afsoos
DELIA DERBYSHIRE – The Dreams / Running
CHARLIE HADEN – Chairman Mao
I.P. SON GROUP – Al Sabri
PELLEGRINO S. SNICHELOTTO – At The Mercy Of Inertia
KENI RIGHTOUT – Another Day
YAW – Where Will You Be
DELIA DERBYSHIRE – The Dreams / Running

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La Chinerie (label, promoter and online record shop) founders G’Boï & Jean-Mi explore their collections, from hip-hop to afrobeat via house and acid…

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

LARAAJI – Al Pervading
ASHA BHOSLE – Pass Aao Na
KIM BUNLAR – Sazlar II
AŞIK EMRAH – Bu Ellerden Göçüp
SWEET 16/9TH FLOOR – Cybotron
GRUP SES – Atar
TALL BLACK GUY Feat. MOONCHILD – I’ll Never Know
SCRITTI POLITTI – Psycho Lee Instrumental
GROUP ANMATAFF – ⵜⵏⵔⵓⵏ (Tinariwen)
JONI HAASTRUP – Greetings
ONYEKA (Tyna onwudiwe) – Masterplan
DONALD BYRD STREET LADY – Miss Kane
ROBERTA FLACK – Reverend Lee (Live)

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

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

SUGAR BELLY & THE CANEFIELDS – Check Up Adinah
JUNGLE BROTHERS – I’ll House You
WAKARENO NAMIDA – Tears Of Separation
ELEPHANT MAN – Dubwise
THE MYSTIC JUNGLE TRIBE – Vespro
MURA MASA – Lotus Eater
SUGAR MINOTT – Devil Is At Large
LOUI RANKIN – Typewriter
CANDIDO – Money Man
戦国魔人ゴーショーグン 闇よ美しくあれ – 闇よ美しくあれ
KELLY G. feat. SHARON PASS – Silk’s Spiritual Anthem Pt.2
ZEIT – Echi D’Acqua
CARLETON – Roughest King (Hip Hop Remix)
NENEH CHERRY & THE CIRCUIT – Dead Come Alive
ORQ. HERMANOS FLORES – La Pollera Colora
3RD EYE (featuring Nine) – The Alps (Party Version)
ASHER SENATOR – Tick Tick Boom
LUDACRIS – Get Back
GANGSTER MOVIES PUNCHLINES – « Dikkenek »

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Guillaume des Bois & Sacha Mambo spread their fabulous collection of records, monthly, through a show continually dedicated to Jacques Mesrine’s statement.

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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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Geneva’s Bongo Joe Records bi-monthly show, featuring a guest for each session. Here with Bongo Joe founder and Les Disques Bongo Joe’s boss Cyril Yétérian, with exclusive focus on the label’s catalogue.

DERYA YILDIRIM & GRUP SIMSEK – Nem Kaldi
MAX CILLA – La Flute des Mornes
NILAMAYE – Los Negritos
THE MAUSKOVIC DANCE BAND – Weather
HYPERCULTE – Résigné
ALTIN GÜN – Goca Dünia
MICHOU – Maloya Ton Tisane
BLIND BLAKE – Gombay Rock
JESSIE MAE HEMPHILL – She Wolf
THE STACHES – Total Commitement
OK VANCOUVER OK – Angel Runnin
ZAIK – Kurt
AUGENWASSER – Happy Warm Playful
DAMILY – Tany Antsimo
PIXVAE – El Curruco
ROCKS & WAVES SONG CIRCLE – III (Here We Come)

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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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SYRPHE’s C-Drik presenting some of the many experimental artists operating from Arabic countries.

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Swiss-based young eclectic collective, going through digital reggae, caribbean disco, soca, and more.

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Geneva-based DJ duo Ghetto Fakirs exploring Bongo Joe Records’ references, here with Shina Williams & His African Percussions, Al Lirvat et son Orchestre Wabap, Blind Blake, Mahlathini & The Queens, Dr. Alimantado, Geraldo Pino, Clyde Kingrap, Lucio Battisti…

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Pan Pan Pan’s drummer Plein Soleil presents a bit of his percussive influences.

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

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Pa’ Mi Gente hailing from Colombia to present his country’s folk music…

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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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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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Lyon’s record shop and distributor Chez Émile going through its freshest wax supplies… here with tracks from Tomorrow’s People, Psychemagik, Dusty Baron, Whodamanny, The Blech, Jamie 3:26, Flegon Records, Frustrated Funk Records, DJ Sentiments & Franck Gérard, L Factor, Toma Kami, Lord Of The Isle, Terrence Dixon and Vakula.

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Thomas B.’s Disco Disorder and Jutix’s Notte Brigante shows merge into Viva Notte! The duo drive these two hours like their soon-to-be label, going through disco, suave electro and cosmic synths… Here with tracks from Telex, Plus 2, Flemming Dalum, Akiko, Emak and more…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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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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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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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Cheikh-V sound exploration of Mediterranean coasts — and beyond — via world music, disco and balearic.

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Cheikh-V sound exploration of Mediterranean coasts — and beyond — via world music, disco and balearic.

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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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The record shop’s weekly program, going through its stock, fresh wax arrived and its distro’s news.
Chez Émile Records is located at 38 rue Sergent Blandan, 69001 Lyon, France

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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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Thirty-eighth confab gathering the two Berlin-based deejays in the aftermath of their show orchestrated by Juliano at Le Terminal.


Sinead O’Connick Jr., brain of Parisian collective and label Serendip Lab, was brought by Thomas B. for his first « Disco Disorder » party — and they both generously, delightfully unveiled their respective record collections.


Fifth confab broadcasted from Groovdge Records Store before their party with Greag Beato at the dubious Boxboys — eventually led by Abdel Tiff (BFDM) and Martin T. (A1 / Groovedge).


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


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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Planespotting label founder Dr. Clayderman (aka TOMI YARD) and friends experimenting various fields of electronic and folk music…

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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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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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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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Monthly Show by Parisian locals Bruits de la Passion (Aymard, Ali Bobo, Gumbo & OKO DJ), full of tasty candies, loony melodies, bizarre drums, and dark sided electronics.

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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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Lyon-based promoters Groove From Heaven with their guest Nic Tasker.


From Paris with Serendip label, promoter and record shop founder Fred along Wizæroid’s cosmic presence. A trip through their impressive collections, from reggae to weir experimental material, no boundaries on this one.

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


With Berlin-based duo Nummer, for the second time in the studio.


With Paris-based crew "Around The World", for a funky session at the studio.



Killa set by Geneva-based deejay Jean Toussaint, disclosing freshly digged records — from caribbean disco to soca, via calypso and other tropical delights.


Dominical confab streamed from Groovedge’s shop, with Oddateee toasting for an hour or so, and the Posse uncloaking some records brought from their journey to New-York, Detroit and Chicago — strictly hip-hop.


Second Ding Ding! orchestrated by Macadam Mambo's half Sacha, introducing the delightful Golden Pudel's resident, Phuong Dan, for an astonishing two-hours back to back.


Twenty-seventh conciliabule with Full Fridge Music’s label boss Cloudnumber sharing his musical realm: a soothing journey through Asia, Africa, via experimental, noisy productions and contemporary hip-hop.


London-based duo Nummer — invited by Palma collective at Le Sucre the night before — going through their hangover in a sweet, languid one-hour selection.


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.


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


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