¡También, vamos a España!
Serge Tonnar’s refreshing response to the immigration issues in Europe (Luxembourgish vocals with English subtitles):
Part of this week’s program exploring the surprisingly eclectic music of Luxembourg:
Yes, Stingray City is a real place off the coast of Grand Cayman Island. Settled by stingrays from Jamaica and Cuba in the 17th century, it became a bustling stingray metropolis that attracted young intellectual rays from around the world. Stingray society went through a true ray-naissance. But then human tourists started to arrive, and they had very little interest in stingray culture and high art. They mostly wanted to touch the rays and make them pose for underwater selfies. Many stingrays fled, hoping to rebuild their culture far away from the groping hands of humans. The ones that stayed became masseuses and masseurs of the humans.
But on the other hand, the Cayman Islands music scene has never been hotter!
Happy year of the Rooster! However this week we travel to more of a horse lovin’ part of China. Explore the music of Inner Mongolia – an autonomous region rich in Mongol folk traditions mixing with Han Chinese culture and a serious inclination to rock. Throat singing and heavy guitars go together like boodog and Khar Khorum.