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Another chance to hear Gilles Peterson travelling back to Japan to find how Japanese youth culture has responded to their country's biggest natural disaster since records began.

Gilles Peterson visits Tokyo to discover how the youth of Japan are responding following the devastating earthquake and tsunami.

He spends time in Tokyo and speaks to local musicians including Goth Trad and Anchorsong. He also finds out about the local clubbing culture; tries some local food; goes record shopping; learns about a controversial piece of art that was a reaction to the disaster; and discovers why a manga comic was banned. Plus, we catch up with musicians vistiting Toyko - Sinden, SBRTRK and Robert Glasper; and find out about the battle between K-Pop & J-Pop.

Gilles also visits the Sendai region, which was near the epicentre of the earthquake in March 2011 and badly hit by the tsunami which followed, seeing the level of devastation for himself.

1 hour

Last on

Mon 6 Feb 2012 21:00

Music Played

  • Budamunk

    Waterfall Meditation

  • Fumio Itabashi

    Watarase

  • Goth-Trad

    Man In The Maze (Deep Medi)

  • Goth-Trad

    Anti Grid

  • Goth-Trad

    Babylon Fall

  • Robert Glasper

    Move Love (feat King)

  • Kara

    Hip Dance

  • Anchorsong

    The Blacksmith

  • Anchorsong

    Plum Rain

  • Shuya Okino

    Sun Will Rise (Boogie Mix)

  • Sick Team

    Turn It Up

  • indigo jam unit

    Fuel For The Fire (feat Alicia Saldenha)

  • DJ Mitsu The Beats

    Wait So Long

  • Grooveman Spot

    Promise

  • Grooveman Spot

    Let Me Love You

  • Bo Ningen

    Maguro (Rewind)

  • Bo Ningen

    Henkan

  • Budamunk

    Blunted First

  • Watarase

    Short Edit

  • Mystica Tribe

    Meditation Stick

  • Nujabes

    Voice Of Autumn

  • Emancipator

    With Rainy Eyes

Broadcasts

  • Wed 4 Jan 2012 21:00
  • Mon 6 Feb 2012 21:00