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#658 — Refugees, dark folk, dance pop and detours

Program 658
Auster Loo
Broadcast

What really is "world" music? A Belgian collective gives us an example.  There's German afrobeat, nordic trip-hop, pop and dance beats from Spain, and dark folk from Iceland, Finland and Norway with endangered languages. Also, a harrowing new album from a Rohingya refugee camp.

Playlist

ARTIST
Title  [Dur.]
Album  (Year)

OLUMA
Cooking Time [6:22]
Cooking Time (2024)

Idrissa SOUMAORO
Kalata [2:48]
Diré (2023)

ROHINGYA REFUGEES
Let's Go Fight the Burmese (They Raped Our Women) [4:13]
Once I Had a Home (2024)

AUSTER LOO
Jeegee [8:16]
Collective (2024)

TERRAE
Hiedra (feat. El Naan) [4:21]
Medra (2024)

ILMU
Aldo [6:50]
Mua (2024)

Katarina BARRUK
Miärralándda (Coastal Lands) [4:05]
Ruhttuo (Boreal Forest) (2022)

GÁJANAS
Geažehis áhpi / Endless Sea [6:58]
Čihkkojuvvon (Hidden) (2021)

Svavar KNUTUR
Hope and Fortune (feat. Irish Mythen) [4:03]
Ahoy! Side B (2024)

Theme: Mark Isham — Nanawatai Pt.2 — The Beast (1988)