Nyege Nyege Tapes

#294 – Oh Sees, Lucrecia Dalt, Sarathy Korwar, HHY & the Kampala Unit, Kibrom Birhane, Paisiel

There are few better ways to stretch your musical legs than the 8-minute delight that is the title track from the debut EP from Kibrom Birhane on the new Flying Carpet Records, and that’s exactly how we kick off this week’s show.

#288 – DUMA, Marie Davidson & L’Œil Nu, WaqWaq Kingdom, Luke Abbott, Boldy James & Sterling Toles

Japanese artists by way of Kampala, Tel Aviv, and Berlin dominate this week’s show, as DJ Die Soon produced the mesmerising Sekelembele release on Hakuna … Read more

#283 – E.M.M.A., Duma, Valentina Magaletti & Marlene Ribeiro, Opus & Dedw8, Futuro de Hierro

As of this podcast, we have supported 3,596 unique artists and record labels, but we need your help to support more. Even though we host … Read more

#275 – Okkyung Lee, Eartheater, HHY & The Macumbas, Sloath, Wild/Life

Even by our usual standards, this podcast is eclectic. We start things off with the mesmerising experimental electronics of Eartheater. Beyond that, we have a … Read more

#215 – AK/DK, Chupame El Dedo, Bruxa Maria, Nihiloxica, Lower Slaughter

If you’re looking for unusual sounds, you don’t have to search far into this week’s podcast. The opening noise of Colombian noiseniks Chupame El Dedo … Read more

#201 – DUDS, Sharron Kraus, Swindle, Sealionwoman, Rabit

The morning after the night before! We’re super grateful to all our amazing listeners, and we got a huge amount more for podcast 200. Hopefully … Read more

#195 – The Necks, Kommerzklaus, Sauna Youth, Accü, Roy of the Ravers

From 111 year old whistling music to bang up-to-date Japanese dub, it’s fair to say that this week’s podcast is eclectic. We have a sample … Read more

#186 – Jitwam, Low, Blawan, Lee Scratch Perry

A show that’s best described as ‘chill’ this week, as most of the music will have you woozy in the summer sun. Another description would … Read more

#165 – Jane Weaver, Ela Orleans, Hailu Mergia, Nihiloxica

In the last episode before we start reviewing the year we find independent labels still squeezing out incredible records. We have intense Ugandan drums from … Read more