DJ Brian Engel of A HREF=http://http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002356536558Hipshaker! Minneapolis/A joins Steely in the studio with an armload of fun funky vinyl records…includes rare sides from The Mighty Pope, Chet Poison Ivey, Belita Woods, Wanda Davis, El Rego et Sus Commandos, Los Tios Queridos, Tabou Combo, and an unknown acetate of instrumental funk….
This program continues exploring the “zapateado” tradition. It also includes Daniel Santos, from Puerto Rico, and the recently deceased Joe Arroyo, from Colombia. The program also celebrates Peruvian Independence Day (today, July 28). The literature segment presents the second and last part of the lecture “Socialismo: realidad y utopía” given in 2005 by the recently deceased writer and philosopher Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez.
Malian singer Mamani Keita has a new CD coming out next month — a collaboration with French producer Nicolas Repac — that promises to make some waves on the world music scene. We heard the cut Demissen Koulou from that album on today’s African Rhythms, along with a Swizz Beatz remix of Seun Kuti’s Rise Up and a track from NRBLN: Welcome to the Madhouse which features Berlin-based producers working with Kenyan hip hop artists.
The Chapin Sisters end their North American Tour in Studio 5
The Chapin Sisters ended their busy North American tour and raced in to our Minneapolis studios right after their final concert in River Falls WI. They come from a musical family with Dad, singer-songwriter Tom Chapin and Uncle Harry Chapin. And you get to hear them Live From Studio 5!
Another week crammed full of excellent new dubwise & rootical music. From Juakali’s Dreadbass Soundsystem, to Dub Vision’s “Counter Attack”, to Mista Majah P’s Tolerance, to Asante Amen’s “Over the Years”, to Mystica Tribe’s “Meditation Stick”. And that was just the first course…