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Max Reinhardt with Gemma Cairney

Max Reinhardt presents. Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney shares recordings from a trip to the Caribbean in search of the new artists who are gaining reputations across the region.

Max Reinhardt is joined by Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney who shares recordings from a recent trip to the Caribbean islands. Known for its high energy soca and reggaeton anthems, Gemma shines a light on the less well known musical traditions from the area which are enjoying a resurgence, including a gwoka folk piece from Guadeloupe.

We also have free jazz from Japanese pianist Aki Takase and French multi instrumentalist Louis Sclavis, early Southern gospel from Skylifter and material from Mendrugo, a new collaboration by Josephine Foster and Victor Herrero.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Joe (43)

    Claptrap

    • Hessel Audio.
  • Las Hermanas Caronni

    María (feat. Ceiba)

    • Navega Mundos.
    • Les Grands Fleuves.
    • 3.
  • Housewives

    Balm (Icaria Sunstroke)

    • Work.
    • Blank Editions.
    • 10.
  • The Skylifters

    You Better Mind (part 1) (feat. E.R.S.)

  • Stefano Bollani

    Sette

    • Napoli Trip.
    • Universal Music Italia s.r.l.
    • 15.
  • Beatrice Dillon

    Curl

    • Beatrice Dillon/Karen Gwyer.
    • Alien Jams.
  • Gemma Cairney joins Max Reinhardt in the studio

    • Kan'nida

      Padjambel

    • Ife

      House Of Love (Ogbe Yekun)

  • Asher Levitas

    In the Eyes

    • Lit Harness.
    • Planet Mu.
    • 2.
  • 高瀬アキ & Louis Sclavis

    Ligne De Fuite

    • Yokohama.
    • Intakt Records.
    • 6.
  • Langham Research Centre

    Muffled Ciphers [Radio Edit] (Hommage to J G Ballard)

  • Prince Buju

    Afashee

    • This Is Kologo Power!.
    • Makkum Records.
    • 4.
  • Mendrugo

    Manolo

    • More Amor.
    • Fire.
  • BaianaSystem

    O Carnaval Quem É Que Faz? (feat. Lucas Santtana) (feat. Lucas Santtana)

    • BaianaSystem.
    • 11.
  • Lucky Dragons

    Full Moon Come

    • Ooga Booga Bongo Music.
    • 1.

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