Cultural Manifesto Radio – playlist for 07/30/17

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Kyle Long’s weekly NUVO column “A Cultural Manifesto” is now available on WFYI radio’s HD2 station.

Check out a 60 minute selection of soulful new music from around the globe every Wednesday at 7pm EST, with a rebroadcast on Saturday at 3pm EST.

Stream live online at: http://www.wfyi.org/listen-now

And be sure to to select HD2 in the ‘Livestream’ dropbox.

This week’s edition features a conversation with Sutiweyu Sandoval better known as producer/DJ K. Sabroso.


 Horace Silver tribute

Horace Silver – The Gods of the Yoruba

Sabu Martinez – Nica’s Dream

Carlos “Patato” Valdes – Señor Blues

Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba – Song For My Father


 Shy FX – Soon Come

Jimetta Rose – Lithium

Anita Vokill – Badman Ting (El Carnicero Remix)

Les Pachas Du Canapé Vert – Désordre Musical

Carpet Patrol – Indian Slap

Onuma Singsiri – Lam Plearn Toe Lhong Tong

My Panda Shall Fly – Rainfall

Andy Palacio & The Garifuna Collective – Miami 


 Producer/DJ Sutiweyu Sandoval in conversation

Serani – No Games (K. Sabroso & Los Chicos Altos Paranda-Hall Remix)

Wyclef Jean – Sang Fezi

Magic System – 1er Gaou

K. Sabroso – Toque de Limon

 

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Cultural Manifesto Radio with Kyle Long – weekly on WFYI

Kyle Long’s weekly NUVO column “A Cultural Manifesto” is now available on WFYI radio’s HD2 station.

Check out a 60 minute selection of soulful new music from around the globe every Wednesday at 7pm EST, with a rebroadcast on Saturday at 3pm EST.

Stream live online at: http://www.wfyi.org/listen-now

And be sure to to select HD2 in the ‘Livestream’ dropbox.

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Cultural Manifesto Radio playlist for 07/23/14

Jon Lucien – Would You Believe In Me (Re-edit)

Milton Nascimento – Tudo O Que Voce Podia Ser (Re-edit)

Ibibio Sound Machine – The Talking Fish (Asem Usem Iyak)

SBTRKT ft. Sampha – Temporary View

Petch Asia Band – Lam Plearn Tua Yaang

My Panda Shall Fly – Yapeyú

Fumaça Preta – Tire Sua Máscara

Charles Atangana & Emitais – Onguindo

Aby Ngana Diop – Dieuleul-Dieuleul

Hailu Mergia – Wegene

tUnE-yArDs – Real Thing

Kelis – Runnin’ (Machinedrum Remix)

Jimetta Rose- Inshallah, I aM (Spaceways Radio Demo Mix)

Charlie Haden – Song For Che

Charlie Haden – For Turiya

Don Cherry – Brown Rice

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Laraaji & DJ Kyle Long at IMA – Saturday May 3rd

Laraaji_posterIndianapolis Museum of Art’s Last Call is a FREE and all-ages after-hours program taking place on the last Saturday of featured exhibitions, inviting visitors to celebrate until midnight with special events and music curated by Kyle Long of Cultural Cannibals.

Multi-instrumentalist LARAAJI creates shimmering, musical tapestries using electronically enhanced zither and autoharp. LARAAJI was first brought to international audiences through his collaborations with Brian Eno. LARAAJI bean his career working as a stand-up comedian and actor – appearing in Robert Downey Sr.’s 1969 cult classic “Putney Swope.”

In the early seventies LARAAJI began to study Eastern mysticism and believed he’d found a new path for his life through music. He bought his first zither from a local pawn shop, converted it to an electronic instrument, and began playing music on the streets of New York City in the 1970s.

In 1979 LARAAJI was “discovered” by Brian Eno while playing in Washington Square Park. The result was his most widely-recognized release, “Ambient 3: Day of Radiance,” the third installment of Brian Eno’s Ambient series.

“Last Call: Robert Indiana” will be LARAAJI’s last U.S. performance before departing on a European tour with acclaimed psychedelic rock band Sun Araw.

Take advantage of your final opportunity to see The Essential Robert Indiana at Last Call on May 3rd. Visitors can explore the exhibition while listening to the beats of DJ Kyle Long, and raise a toast to the closing with a specialty cocktail. Additional activities will include expert-led tours, art-making stations and demonstrations by local artists. A cash bar and concessions will be available. *FREE* & *ALL-AGES*

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Cultural Cannibals present Bollywood Bhangra w/ Red Baraat & DJ Kyle Long

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Cultural Cannibals & Bollywood Bhangra present a special live performance from NYC’s amazing bhangra brass band Red Baraat!

Advance discount tickets available here:

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/599933

Sunday, April 27
The Jazz Kitchen
5377 N. College Ave.

Doors open at 7pm – advance discount tickets $12
admission $15 at the door.

RED BARAAT (NYC)
Inspired by the village brass bands of the Punjab region, Red Baraat blend Bhangra and Bollywood with New Orleans funk.

DJ KYLE LONG
Spinning the best Bollywood and Bhangra music.

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Carnaval Brazil – Indy’s BIGGEST and BEST Carnaval party! Sat. March 1st @ Jazz Kitchen

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***UPDATE***

Tickets will be available at the Jazz Kitchen door all night! The IU Brazilian Ensemble performs at 11pm and midnight. See you there!

Cultural Cannibals Present Brazilian Carnaval!

Saturday, March 1st  – 10pm-3am
The Jazz Kitchen
5377 N College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220

admission $15

Featuring:

- The IU Brazilian Ensemble – A group of 20+ drummers who specialize in playing the Carnaval music of Brazil. Led by internationally renown percussionist Michael Spiro of the Carlos Santana band.

- samba dancers!

- DJ Kyle Long – Playing a mix of Brazilian Carnaval music, Samba, Forro, Baile Funk, Axe Music & more!!!

- Traditional Brazilian food & drinks: the Brazilian national drink caipirinha, the Brazilian national dish feijoada. Plus Brazilian appetizers, soft drinks and juices.

- Big screen presentation of the Carnaval parades in Rio & Salvador.

For more information call 317.332.5612

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Cultural Cannibals & Indy Eleven launch international soccer shirt series

Cultural Cannibals have teamed up with Indy’s new professional soccer team Indy Eleven to launch their collaborative International Series of t-shirts celebrating the global cultural of “The Beautiful Game.” The series launched in October with Cultural Cannibals’ take on Mexico. This limited edition shirt is available on the Indy Eleven website here. Stay tuned for upcoming releases in this series.

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Sudanese music group Otaak Band with DJ Kyle Long – Saturday 1/18 at Jiallo’s

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Sudanese music group Otaak Band will bring an exciting East African dance party to Indianapolis on Saturday, January 18th. Cultural Cannibals’ DJ Kyle Long will be spinning African dance grooves throughout the night.

8:30pm Saturday, January 18th at Jiallo’s African Cuisine located at 4202 W 56 st, Indianapolis, Indiana 46254.

Admission $10 – African/Caribbean food and soft drinks will be available. All-ages.

Otaak Band is the collaboration of Miguel Merino and Ahmed Said Abuamna from Eastern Sudan, who met in 2009 in Cairo. Ahmed Said is from the Beja, who are the indigenous people of the region between the Nile and the Red Sea in Northern Sudan and Southern Egypt, and a master of the Beja’s traditional lyre, the masankop.

In April 2012, after three years of collaboration, they recorded their first album of lyre music, Bejawiya, all with words in the Beja language. The band played several concerts in Cairo in support of the album’s release and received a fantastic response from audiences all over the city.

Never before has the lyre been at the forefront of a contemporary ensemble and been used as a complete musical instrument. Otaak Band plays thousand-year-old traditional melodies, pop-rock songs, and everything in between. Otaak opens a direct link to the ancient past while creating a sound that’s completely contemporary.

Otaak Band is dedicated to preserving the Beja culture and language, while breaking new musical ground through its innovative use of the masankop, one of the world’s oldest instruments. In addition to concerts, the band conducts workshops and presentations on rhythm and dance, Beja society and culture, traditional arts and crafts, and building and playing the masankop.

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