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Inspired by the soft tropical breezes and relaxed pace of life on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, Berklee College Of Music graduate, NASAYA works a palette of glitchy loops and breathy electronics on the new Pirilampo EP, capturing the essence of his remote island home. More
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All our projects aimed at exposing contemporary global music as a relevant and reflective format for electronic and conventional media sprung from an hour of weekend radio called Crossing Cultures which I produced and hosted, starting in the early ’90s on AM 1470, CJVB in Vancouver. I had been working there for ten years, in a traditional multicultural radio environment (the kind where you have no reason to listen unless you happen to speak the same language as the announcer). It was hokey, boring and already woefully dated and I thought cross-cultural programming through contemporary global music was just a better way to celebrate and promote different cultures and I still do.Read More