Hosted by Parisa Eshrati
This edition of Global Rhythm Radio is generally is focused on the more harmonic global music, including French ye-ye singers, chamber jazz leaf players of Quito, archival folk tapes from Somalia, rare 78 ethnographic recordings from Uzbekistan, psychedelic Italian space rock, and much more.
Written by Brandon Biallas
The 1960s has become synonymous with U.S. hippie culture and the iconic psychedelic music that was spawned from it. But did the 60's spirit and visions for society (hallucinated and otherwise) really die out with the decade? Travel back in time with us as we explore Britain's New-Age Traveler movement; an equally influential counterculture movement with its own rapidly-growing music and art scene. Little did the world know that this very same movement would eventually give birth to one of the most eclectic and insanely-strange bands that continuously channels that same psychotropic spirit to this day.