Take a trip to southern Japan and explore the diverse music of Kyūshū Island.. from left-field pop to electronic ambience and futuristic hip hop – they’ve got it all!
Yes that’s right, this radio program just reached double digits. We’ve played something like 8000 different artists on the show. It has been a magnificent globetrotting musical odyssey. My mind has been cracked open, and I can distill the experience into 3 words: HUMANS ARE AMAZING.
I’ve got nothing but love for all the people, especially musicians who grace every street corner, café or bar, playing for thousands or hiding in their bedroom chasing something mysterious and sublime. A special thanks to the almighty Internet and all its participants, for the invisible yet herculean effort of gathering all recorded music into one easily accessible place. Up until the last ten to twenty years, a show like this could not have existed. And of course a huge round of applause to you, every listener who has made the choice to try something new. It may seem trivial, but you are manifesting global awareness through your own openness to other cultures. Way to go! Earthlings be free!
We celebrate a decade of border smashing with a retrospective of music played on Wandering Rhythms, the cream of the crop as they say. Groove on.
Time for some musical catharsis. Presenting the annual Global Horror music mix!
The creepiest episode of the year includes 28 songs representing 15 nations. It’s always one of my favourites to make because it allows me to indulge my dark side (we’ve all got one I think). There’s a ridiculous variety of stuff in here. Some will make you dance, others will make you want to hide. There are songs about monsters, vampires, the apocalypse, hot beer, ghosts, and everyday horrors aplenty. I hope you enjoy the paranormal journey.
A funky music mix for a wacky summer right here. Dive in and explore new music spanning the globe – the closest thing to international travel that we’re gonna get this year.
Just when you think there ain’t nothing new.. Presenting Farnaz Ohadi, whose sublime new spin on Flamenco is a world of its own. Farnaz sings in Farsi and incorporates Persian instrumentation, yet her music still remains faithful to the Spanish roots of Flamenco. Hear an exclusive interview with Farnaz, as she shares brand new music from her debut Bird Dance LP, out October 1st (along with an album release show):
Also on the program – a tropical trip to Rapa Nui aka Easter Island!