Radio Wira Wiri #17

This new episode starts off with Gaïsha, a collaboration between the Belgian-Moroccan singer, Aicha Haskal, and Les Cerveaux Lents; a reissue of the first album of Bixiga 70 from São Paulo; Beautiful Nubia and the Roots Renaissance Band; Portuguese singer and nurse Christina Clara; a traditional lament from Epirus arranged by Xanthoula Dakovanou and others; a track from The Brkn Record – The Architecture of Oppression Part 1 by Jake Ferguson ft. Jermain Jackman; Slipstream for trombone solo and loop station, a composition of Florian Magnus Maier, performed by Jörgen van Rijen; zombie folk of the Finnish-Estonian duo Puuluup; Greek-French singer Dafne Kritharas; the Mexican jazz drummer and composer Gustavo Cortiñas got inspired by Eduardo Galeano’s The Open Veins of Latin America; Afro-Peruvia singer and activist Susana Baca; Thiago França presents A Espetacular Charanga do França, an aniti-racist and inclusive carnaval bloco.