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Nick Luscombe with Kojey Radical

Nick Luscombe talks to poet, rapper and artist Kojey Radical about his musical roots in Ghana.

London born poet, rapper and artist Kojey Radical talks to Nick and selects tracks which trace his Ghanaian music roots. Kojey returned to Ghana from the first time since he was 12 to collaborate with Accra musician Kyekyeku for Gemma Cairney’s Sound Odyssey series on Radio 4.

Nick also features a remix by Glasgow based C Duncan for Cloud Castle Lake and looks ahead to The Atlantic, the new contemporary art festival in Plymouth.

Produced by Freya Hellier for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Kris Gietowski

    A Visit to Newport Hospital

  • Half Hawaii

    Watch the Flash

  • Haley

    Snake Moon

    • Pleasureland.
    • Memphis Industries.
  • Alvin Curran

    Bang Zoom Excerpt

    Performer: William Winant.
    • Five American Percussion Pieces.
    • Poon Village.
  • Papernut Cambridge

    Parker's Last Case

    • Mellotron Phase: Volume 2.
  • Audrey Chen

    Mouth

    • Runt Vigor.
    • Karlrecords.
  • Kojey Radical, Kyekyeku & Ghanalogue Highlife

    Ghanaian Jam Session

    • BBC Radio 4's The Sound Odyssey.
  • Amaarae

    Fluid

    • Passionfruit Summers.
    • Golden Child LLC..
  • Ebony

    Maame Hw3

    • Bonyfied.
    • Ruff Town Records.
  • Anonymous

    Upon la mi re

    Performer: Vincent Dumestre. Performer: Benjamin Perrot.
    • Ostinato.
    • Alpha.
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto & Danceries

    The End Of Asia

    • The End Of Asia.
    • Better Days.
  • Karen McCarthy Woolf

    Basement Room, with speakers, August

  • Janie Grant & John Matthias

    Fathom 2.0

  • Chilly Gonzales

    Chico

    • Solo Piano III.
    • Gentle Threat.
  • Cloud Castle Lake & C Duncan

    Twins (C Duncan Remix)

    • Bright Antenna Records.
  • Siavash Amini & Umchunga

    1828

    • The Brightest Winter Sun.
    • Flaming Pines.
  • Kassia Flux

    Cold Eye

    • I Hear You.
    • Linear Obsessional.
    • 3.

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