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In this series, Georges Collinet, host of NPR’s Afropop Worldwide, explores the rich history and culture of the music of the Arab World. Arabic musicians and scholars demonstrate the sounds of string, wind and percussion instruments that directly influenced the development of musical instruments common to the modern Western world. The importance of universal musical concepts, such as improvisation, ornamentation and audience participation are discussed in the context of the Arab World, as ar ...
 
Podcasts sur le patrimoine musical arabe et les genres musicaux arabes. Tous les podcasts sont enregistrés de façon indépendante et bénévole. Afin de prévenir toute spoliation ou appropriation de mon travail, je vous prie de référencer systématiquement les émissions et de renvoyer vers ma page @VintageArab. Pour me contacter : vintagearab.podcast@gmail.com
 
Músicas del Agua es uno de los programas más longevos de esta emisora, concebido por el navegante musical Julio Moreno como un periplo sonoro por los 5 continentes. Músicas del Agua está especializada en world music pero sus fuentes de inspiración son tantas como corrientes tiene el océano.Para disfrutar de todo el contenido de Músicas del Agua y Julio Moreno.
 
Lara Alley & Amr Kotb of Washington DC's chapter of the Network of Arab-American Professionals (NAAP) host "Hyphenated-Arabs," a show that connects with artists, activists, media personalities, entrepreneurs, and more who are of Arab origin and impacting their communities.
 
The Wind That Shakes celebrates music of resistance, revolution and struggle, as well as the power of music to communicate marginal narratives and histories, from every corner of the world from Ireland to Istanbul to India. The podcast follows Brush & Bow’s London-based live event series of the same name, and features interviews with the musicians about their musical journeys, identities, and the stories of some of their songs. Each episode features live recordings from our events and exclus ...
 
Three One G is in a sense, a family owned business…and basically a family in itself. I started the label in hopes to better the quality and creativity of things that I was part of, as well as the music culture that I am part of. Three One G quickly developed into a family of artists who were all intertwined, or on the same page as one another. For me, it is the truest definition of family; people who are of the same breed and people who are from the same way of life. In the beginning, I star ...
 
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As the Olympics start in Tokyo, we’re focusing on Japanese artists who are examining history, re-inventing tradition and telling new stories.Visual artist Meiro Koizumi tells presenter Mariko Oi about the importance of capturing lost war stories and his artistic take on the Olympic torch relay. Koizumi’s prize-winning video installation The Angels …
 
This week, The Cultural Frontline is looking at a precious and vital resource: water. Chi Chi Izundu is finding out how issues of water scarcity, water sanitation and climate change are inspiring artists and musicians.The Malian musician Inna Modja tells Chi Chi Izundu about an epic project to combat drought: the Great Green Wall. Spanning eleven c…
 
This week The Cultural Frontline is looking into the art world’s latest phenomenon…NFTs or Non Fungible Tokens. And if you’re wondering exactly what that means, join Sophia Smith Galer to find out more about this new form of digital art. NFTs hit the headlines this year when an NFT artwork by the American digital artist Beeple sold at auction for a…
 
This week on The Cultural Frontline, South African comedian Tumi Morake is looking at what makes us laugh globally and asking if comedy is the best way to approach uncomfortable topics. Ventriloquist and comedian Conrad Koch and his outspoken puppet Chester Missing are well known in South Africa. Conrad Koch uses Chester Missing to explore South Af…
 
In her documentary Taming the Garden, which premiered at the Sundance film festival this year, the award-winning Georgian film-maker Salomé Jashi captured the transplantation of trees from Georgia’s coast to a controversial new park and arboretum. She tells presenter Sophia Smith Galer about evoking conflicting feelings on film.Music and sound arti…
 
BBC Arabic reporter Dima Babilie marks 10 years since the Arab Spring and speaks to poets, film-makers and artists about how that moment of revolutionary change transformed their lives, their countries and their art. When the protests first broke out in Syria, Dima was a student studying English Literature at the University of Damascus. Everything …
 
UNDER ATTACK is a band focused on “vicious precision hardcore” made up of vocalist Alex Cope, guitarist Mark Telfian, bassist/vocalist Jason Hodges (Suppression, Oozing Meat), and drummer Dave Witte (Municipal Waste). Collectively, the band has an extensive “ex members of” list including Limp Wrist, Discordance Axis, Human Remains, Hail Mary, Eucha…
 
Beatie Wolfe is a musician and experimental artist whose been described as a “musical weirdo and visionary.” Now in her latest work, From Green to Red, she is tackling climate change. Beatie tells Chi Chi Izundu how she created the work which is part music video, part protest piece using 800,000 years of historic NASA data.This week sees the openin…
 
In his new book Unbury Our Dead With Song, Kenyan-American author Mukoma Wa Ngugi celebrates Ethiopian musicians in exile in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, as they search for the perfect performance of the iconic song of their homeland, the Tizita. Sri Lankan Kanya D’Almeida has written a short story which is the Asia winner of the Commonwealth Short …
 
This week, a year since the death of George Floyd and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, writers and artists reflect on the impact of those events. After George Floyd’s death, thousands of people took to the streets calling for change and an end to systemic racism. US Politician and voting rights activist Stacey Abrams has been work…
 
This week, The Cultural Frontline explores family, legacy and creativity.Studio Ghibli is one of the biggest names in animation, famous for films such as The Wind Rises, My Neighbour Totoro and the Oscar winning Spirited Away. For years, Studio Ghibli was led by its co-founder, the visionary director, Hayao Miyazaki. Since Hayao‘s retirement in 201…
 
Ten years on from the Arab Spring, the musician dubbed ‘the voice of the revolution’ has rediscovered her musical roots during lockdown. Emel Mathlouthi talks to Nawal Al-Maghafi about her new found perspective on her home country, the Tunisian Revolution and the song that spread hope.When the protestors took to the streets of Cairo in 2011 politic…
 
Joshua Hopkins is an award-winning Canadian baritone who is using his voice to call out violence against women, after the loss of his sister in 2015. Joshua tells Sophia Smith Galer how collaborating with Booker Prize winning author Margaret Atwood on Songs for Murdered Sisters offers consolation, while opening up conversation about gender-based vi…
 
Sonido De La Frontera is the combination of Soundsystem culture, hip hop production aesthetic, and the sounds of Latin America's most prolific dance music: Cumbia. The result is a bass oriented, dance driven music with a sound unique to the border between San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico. This trio is made up of Karlos Paez, Mr. Henshaw, a…
 
We go to Tokyo, where artists are creating theatre that interacts with the human body. At the experimental festival, Theater Commons Tokyo ‘21, the audience is centre stage and immersed in the action, even during a pandemic.At Aya Momose’s Performing Acupuncture, needles turn the body into a stage. By combining art and therapy, she creates sensatio…
 
In 2015, a fire broke out in the Collective nightclub in Bucharest Romania, taking the lives of 64 people and injuring 180 others. Many died from seemingly non-life-threatening injuries in hospital, prompting journalists to investigate claims of corruption in the nation’s health system. The documentary Collective explores the aftermath of those eve…
 
During lockdown, the Irish-Indian poet Nikita Gill created a poetic pandemic time capsule on social media. She shares how she rebuilt hope for herself and her followers, through a daily ritual of writing and sharing.For Malian singer-songwriter Fatoumata Diawara, music has a revitalising, redemptive power. She has overcome challenging personal circ…
 
SONIDO DE LA FRONTERA “Somos Sonideros” Sonido De La Frontera is the combination of Soundsystem culture, hip hop production aesthetic, and the sounds of Latin America's most prolific dance music: Cumbia. The result is a bass oriented, dance driven music with a sound unique to the border between San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico. This trio i…
 
During lockdown, BAFTA-winning actor Emilia Clarke discovered the work of the late British novelist and essayist Jenny Diski. Jenny had been a fan of Game of Thrones, the TV series in which Emilia starred as Daenerys Targaryen. Emilia speaks to poet and academic Dr Ian Patterson, who was married to Jenny until her death in 2016, to discuss Jenny’s …
 
Paper Mice is a three-piece whirligig from Chicago that blends a freakish range of influences into miniature, prog-punk puzzles. Started in 2008 by Dave Reminick, Adam McCormack, and John Carroll, Taylor Hales took over for Adam on bass duties in 2013, and the band has been writing and performing together since that time. The band is a fixture in C…
 
Cabbar Boziye is Kurdish musician originally from Turkey. He is a veteran percussionist, but not only that, he is a multi-instrumentalist playing saz and djumbush to name a few. He is also an accomplished vocalist with a large repertoire of traditional repertoire in Kurdish and Turkish. Cabbar has spent many years travelling, picking up songs, inst…
 
"Goat headed, human bodied, and three-horned, the Baphomet is an icon symbolizing the reconciliation of opposites; dueling binaries combined and transcending into something greater than the sum of their parts. The track we have titled Baphomet blends the electronic with the medieval, the drone with the sceam, the raucous with the orchestral. These …
 
Many of us like to copy the dance moves we see on screen, but award-winning choreographer, JaQuel Knight in the United States, is on a mission to copyright the sequences that he has devised, and encourage others to do the same. You may have watched and tried to imitate his work. He created the steps for Beyoncé's performance of Single Ladies.For th…
 
*Please note that we encountered some technical difficulties during the recording of this episode that caused occasionally significant loss of audio quality. We hope this does not affect your enjoyment of the podcast. This week we are very excited to be joined by El Far3i (El Farai), a singer, songwriter, rapper and multi-instrumentalist from Pales…
 
As part of the BBC World Service festival, South African comic Tumi Morake speaks to global stars and listeners about the art that’s inspired them during lockdown. The actor Dr. John Kani is an icon to many in South Africa and beyond. He is best known from his work in films such as Black Panther and The Lion King, and plays such as Sizwe Banzi Is D…
 
Having drawn inspiration from ancestral poetry, ancient Chinese art and even dreams about grandparents, Yijia Tu’s songs are timeless, borderless and personal. She found incredible success as a teenager in China, winning a televised talent competition and receiving multiple awards and accolades, but Yijia Tu’s ambition to explore ethnomusicology le…
 
Malian singer-songwriter Fatoumata Diawara has collaborated with international superstar musicians such as Damon Albarn, Paul McCartney and Cuban pianist Roberto Fonseca alongside her successful career as an actress. Beyond her critical and popular success, her music engages with social issues such as women’s rights, the treatment of migrants and h…
 
Since its beginnings on the basketball courts of New York City, hip hop has become a universal platform for expression as well as an extremely powerful political tool. Over the last 40 years, hip hop has played a significant role in several political and social movements, including the Los Angeles Riots in 1992 and more recently the Arab Spring of …
 
Ahead of International Women’s Day, Nawal al-Maghafi hears taboo-busting personal stories from fearless female creatives on this week’s Cultural Frontline.After almost a decade of civil war in Syria, Nawal speaks to the Oscar-nominated filmmaker Waad al-Kateab and the journalist Wafa Ali Mustafa about collaborating to share the female experience of…
 
We kick off our first episode with Sara McGuinness, musician and academic, to discuss Cuba's cultural powerhouse Son Cubano. From a colonialist past to communism via resistance, revolution and some pretty turbulent global affairs - Cuba is a Caribbean island with a complex history and a vivid and expansive culture that spans literature, dance and m…
 
Multi-award-winning Indian author Amitav Ghosh on using verse and folklore in his new book, Jungle Nama, to tell a cautionary tale about our relationship with the natural world. Pakistani writers, Awais Khan from Lahore and Saba Karim Khan from Karachi, discuss the challenges in getting their English language stories in front of readers in their ow…
 
Tres estilos bien diferentes con muchas notas sonoras parecidas e incluso coincidentes. Todas las canciones seleccionadas muestran un aspecto muy actual de los palos que representan, incorporando en más o menos medida elementos electrónicos en su desarrollo. Al respecto, me he inclinado por seleccionar temas con un gran componente dance y lounge, q…
 
American and Japanese animation is known around the world, but how are other countries telling their own stories through animation? The animation industry is growing in India and Ghana, allowing for new perspectives and styles to reach a global audience. We speak to Sharad Devarajan, producer for the Indian animated TV series The Legend of Hanuman,…
 
This week, we go behind the camera with some of the world’s leading documentary filmmakers. As the World Health Organisation begin their visit to Wuhan to determine the origins of Covid-19, perhaps some clues can be gleaned from Hao Wu’s documentary 76 days. Alongside his co-directors Weixi Chen and Anonymous, he documented the early days of the pa…
 
This week, we meet the craft makers and textile artists telling new stories through traditional techniques.Sewn in brightly coloured thread and African fabrics, artist Bisa Butler’s stunning quilt portraits often focus on unknown African Americans. Creating her quilts from vintage photos found in the American National Archives, she pieces together …
 
Tal como muestra el enunciado, dub, ska y hip-hop, quedaclaro el recorrido sonoro de esta sesión, y ello por el orden transcrito. Presento estos estilos tanto en estado puro como combinados con otros palos musicales. Asíen la zona dub escucharás tradición en todos los cortes, si bien acompañado de plena actualidad y vanguardia. En el momentoska per…
 
The Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson is celebrated for his playful and tactile works, from shining suns to melting ice installations. Yet with so many galleries closed in lockdown, he’s turning his attention to augmented reality. It’s now possible to download the imagination of the environmental artist to a street near you, via an app. But i…
 
Cult & Culture PodcastThe concept of Cult and Culture began as a short segment created by Justin Pearson, an internationally known musician, record label owner (Three One G Records), author, and actor. He is best known as bassist/vocalist for bands such as Dead Cross, The Locust, and Retox. Justin has come to know and work with a broad spectrum of …
 
Esta es una sesiónexclusivamente de reggae, de reggae roots (o de raíz). Como cabíaesperar, esta maravillosa corriente sonora nacida en los años 60 del Siglo XXcontinúa manifestándose allende los mares y los años. Fruto de la permanenciaeterna de esto ritmos es el programa de hoy, en el que los ritmos mastradicionales se funden con nuevas tendencia…
 
As their nation starts a new chapter with the inauguration of President Joe Biden, we hear from the novelists Michael Farris Smith and Zaina Arafat on writing the American story at a time of national crisis. Monique Roffey is one of Trinidad’s most celebrated writers. This month she won a Costa award for her new novel The Mermaid of Black Conch: A …
 
You might know him as this year’s Booker Prize winner, but author Douglas Stuart is also a fashion designer. He tells Nawal Al-Maghafi about how fashion changed his life, taking him from his native Glasgow to New York City. He’s since returned to his hometown through the pages of his debut novel Shuggie Bain, in which the characters dress to impres…
 
Hacemos unrecorrido por el Caribe hispano y franco parlante.Hispano por mediode los sonidos que nos regalan Cuba y Colombia. Las sonoridades cubanas vancentradas en el bolero, el son, el chachachá y el boogaloo. Las colombianas enla cumbia. Una y otra suenan en la primera y tercera parte del programa. La segunda parteestá representada por la música…
 
BTS are one of the biggest bands in the world. They’ve sold millions of albums, their music has been streamed billions of times online and tickets to their tours sell out instantly.The seven members of BTS, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, are history makers. In 2020 they became the first all-Korean pop act to top the American Billboar…
 
Why does artist Ivo Dimchev pay members of his audience cash to perform naked, and even to simulate sex on stage? The Cultural Frontline encounters three extraordinary Bulgarian artists challenging audiences and blurring the lines between cabaret, theatre and real-life. Kamen Stoyanov straps a giant referee’s whistle to the roof of his car and driv…
 
Todas las canciones deesta sesión incorporan ritmos latinos en sus notas, ya sea de manera pura obien interactuando con otras corrientes musicales de una manera más sutil. Entre otros estilos oiremosbolero, son, salsa, cha cha cha, tradición afro venezolana, electro-latin, disco-latin,latin-hindú y alguna que otra sorpresa en clave latina difícil d…
 
A new type of fashionista is taking the design world by storm but the supermodels have four legs instead of two. Reporter JP Devlin takes us inside the world of canine couture or fashion for dogs.Which country loves to share bears and where do goats get laughs? Internet expert and writer An Xiao Mina reveals how our favourite animal memes reveal a …
 
How do board games encourage players to explore ideas, politics and morals? We meet Matt Leacock, designer of the game Pandemic, which has been used at medical schools to encourage co-operation, communication and strategy for trainees.Reiner Knizia, designer of 700 board games, talks about how making a game out of tasks can change players' behaviou…
 
Hoy nos moveremos al compás de temas tranquilos cargados de mucho ritmo y compás. Canciones que incluso se prestan a bailes sosegados. Estilísticamente nos centramos principalmente en baladas de corte occidental donde la variedad luce por su presencia. Presencia marcada por la variedad de países a los que pertenecen los artistas invitados, así oire…
 
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