And so, with over 24-hours of broadcasts streamed (and recorded for the arkives) from our London pop-up studio at The Showroom, we enter the final day-eve of sessions.
Extending opening hours we commence with a mix direct from Kinshasa, with Kongo Astronauts and friends including Bebson de la Rue. At 2, sorryyoufeeluncomfortable present The Swarm, a sci-fi radio play of sorts led by Yussef Musse.
The Otolith Collective reignite Dambudzo Marachera’s fires with Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar in conversation with George Shire, followed by FESTAC focus with Michael McMillan offering first-hand memories having been at the Lagos festival when aged only 15.
Pass Me the Microphone invite Rehana Zaman to share ‘That’s Life’, a specially-made audio work reflecting on the ways in which groups, organisations and systems, inscribe racialised and gendered roles within society.
Picking up on the bikutsi-brilliance of yesterday, Christine Eyene returns to the sofas, this time around to share her love for George Hallett’s imagery. We then welcome Jenny Mbaye, aka Dr Hip-Hop, who’ll speak with Yoel Kenan about digital music solutions across the continent and share a stack of Senegalese tracks.
Closing the party, Shabaka Hutchings is back with us to select records and deliver his unique music theory-meets-practice classes.
London folk, final call to come sit-in and join us. All shall be heard via the live stream.