This week we dive into the wonderful world of Makossa. Hailing from the coastal city of Douala, this unique genre from Cameroon embodies uptempo rhythms accompanied by explosive brasses, and infectious baselines.
This week Worldly Rhythms invites special guest Ionut Barbura A.K.A ‘Babs’. He gives us his insight into the world of Romanian Rap and all its prolific artists
This week we embark on a journey to birthplace of disco: Trinidad & Tobago. The only things you need for this voyage is an open heart and your dancing shoes!
Folamour the French DJ, producer and musician is back with his third full length album. Ordinary Drugs is a an ensemble of house, disco, jazz and soul tracks that are representative of Folamour’s ability to plunge his creativeness into different realms of the musical world.
This week Worldly Rhythms broadcasted an hour of Thai Psychedelic Rock from URF at the University of Sussex. This musical movement that saw the light in the 1970s blends aspects of traditional Molam and Western Rock
This week’s release comes from a sunny place. Flamingo Pier give us a 5 track EP on Soundway Records that could not be more distant from the bitter cold that parts of the Northern Hemisphere are currently enduring
Taking a look at how commenting on videos that are posted in online community’s can effect and change the Music Industry.
This week we make our way down to the tip of the Southern Hemishpere and listen to an hour of South Africa’s finest Jazz. Some names on this hour of music broadcasted from Platform B Radio include Jonas Gwangwa and Hugh Masekela. Have a listen!
Still staying in the theme of Brazilian music, this week we take a look at Kapote’s first release of the year, ‘Brasiliko’ on Toy Tonics Records.
Every week Worldly Rhythms broadcasts from URF, the student led radio at the University of Sussex, and on Platform B in Brighton.