Saturday, 17 February 2018

Going forward - UPD8s - that radio info I promised for one thing!

Greetings - on a very sunny and crisp London Saturday in February as I tread water and catch UP!!


Firstly Radio runnings - I promised info for the amazing tracks I played at Kinsi Abdulleh of Numbi Arts request to illustrate their crucial event on February 25th at RichMix in Bethnal Green London. The simplest thing is to give you direct links:


1) Aweys Khamis Abaay Caashow  FANKA IYO SUUGANTA BANADIRIGA

2)     Fadumo maandeeq  Fadumo Adillahi


I was speaking to Kinsi Abdulleh about Numbi Arts and there Being Here Sense of Place heritage research programme delving into the long history of Somali's in the East End of London - especially in the dock areas - which goes back to the 18th Century and includes several books written by Somalis about their lives in the 19th Century. Several local people are being trained in research and oral history gathering skills. A celebration of Part 1 takes place at Rich Mix Bethnal Green on Sunday February 25th in the afternoon with poetry, music, sharings and an exhibition as well as food. See Numbi Arts for more! 


Listen to The Outerglobe of Thursday February 15th on Mixcloud here

And you can catch up with all editions of The Outerglobe here   Selected shows and archives of other matters including mixes are at www.mixcloud.com/outerglobe as well




Other matters

Sisters of Reggae continue apace with lots of dates coming up and under our belts .... Coming UP! is the regular residency at Queens Head, Brixton on the last Saturday of the month - so Saturday February 24th 9pm-1am Free   See the facebook page for more UPcoming events. www.facebook.com/sistersofreggae

AND here is our promo video which was also nicely presented on Brixton Buzz's front page recently :  Sisters of Reggae promo

Thursday, 25 January 2018

Making up for some lost time I will be updating in full very soon. Meantime here is the fabulous lowdown for today's edition of|The Outerglobe on resonancefm.com worldwide and 104.4FM/DAB Londonwide between 6,30-7,30pm UK time I must apologise for the appearance of this page - due to severe computer problems - I just wanted to get the info out for you in time.

Update 
Debbie Golt takes African music and wider arts and culture as her starting point. Video Jam combine original film and live music and were commissioned to respond to The Barbican’s ‘Basquiat Boom for Real’ for their event 'Video Jam x Basquiat'. Curator Shereena Perrera joins Debbie to discuss their process alongside filmmaker Topher Campbell and soundscapist Dan Leavers aka Danalogue.. For more info see www.outerglobe.co.uk  [Repeat Tuesday 6am]

Guests 
Shereen Perera co-founder Video Jam in Manchester and co-curator of ideo Jam x Basquiat which is the final vent as part of Basquiat Boom for Real the tremendous and surprisingly first full exhinition of Jean Michel Basquiat's art works in UK. Video Jam respond to creative arts stimulus combining film, live music and visuals. On this occasion they have commissioned filmmakers from New York and London and linked them with risk taking musicians        

Topher Campbell whose film Fetish explores black male identity, As a Black man in the streets, Fetish is both positioned by othering and places himself in a world of looking, power, strength, harassment, fashion, sexual objectification, invisibility, visibility, admiration, CCTV, selfies, vulnerability, humour, performance, protest, danger, violence and humour. Topher Campbell's company rukus Federation seeks the best Black Gay Lesbian, Bisexual,  and Transexual artists and is building a related BGLBT archive

Dan Leavers aka Danalogue  a synth player and saxophonist working out of Total Refreshment Centre, London  worked closely with his paired filmmaker ruffmercy creating to create 'a new sonic space that resonates with the bombastic intensity and colour that I perceive within the fabric of Basquiat’s incredible works'

see http://videojam.co.uk/basquiat-boom-for-real for full details ....