November sparks : Radio: Djaying: Ella the Great UPD8
November already .... soon it'll be the year turning. It's moving so fast I missed a whole week's update ... so let's see how we roll now. Be sure to scroll right to the bottom of this post!! News of The Outerglobe, Me Djaying, Sisters of Reggae and Ella the Great ... UP!!
RADIOWISE I'm planning ahead with some great guests lined UP for The Outerglobe on Resonance 104.4FM in London + DAB also and www.resonancefm.com worldwide at 6.30pm UK time on Thursdays and repeated 8am on Tuesdays.
Thursday November 8th it's Johnny Mooney coMD of No Wahala Sound who specialise in bringing forward vintage African sounds who have a new release coming out on all formats, including my favourite vinyl 'Hit after Hit' by Orch Shika Shika + Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún from Nigeria launching his 'Edwardsville by a Heart' poetry collection + maybe I will try the call with Atongo Nsimba again (ahead of his Green Note, London date on November 9th).
Thursday November 15th Plan A is Foufoula guesting with hopefully a report from 'Bass Culture 70/50 ' at Westminster University, Marylebone Road, London til November 22nd with lates on the Fridays and a pop up shop by Peckings. I may get to speak to Ashley Maher who is in Dakar recording her fabulous by all accounts from previews new album.
Catching UP go to the Radio tab in this site for recent shows and playlists
Sisters of Reggae are on a roll with not one, not two but three events on two evenings in Brixton next weekend - November 9th and 10th :
9th it's the Shabba Rum Reggae and Dancehall Party at the Prince of Wales at the start of Coldharbour Road and Sisters of Reggae are playing early on in proceedings. AND we are at the Prince Albert further along the same road from 10pm - 2am and that one is free and is also the one I am playing at!
10th it's a Brixton promotional weekend and we are playing outsite the brilliant Pure Vinyl record shop near the old Bon Marche building from 7pm for a while.
AND ELLA THE GREAT has some important dates coming UP too ... Here's one for starters on Friday November 2nd in London with Properganda and on Wednesday November 7th with The Apothecary - look at the posters here for clues.