Auntie Flo to debut on Brownswood Recordings with new album

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  • Radio Highlife is out this October.
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  • A new Auntie Flo album, Radio Highlife, is on the way via Gilles Peterson's Brownswood Recordings. Getting its name from his Worldwide FM radio show, Brian d'Souza's third full-length record as Auntie Flo once again takes a globally minded approach inspired by his international travels. Brownswood says the Glasgow-born, London-based producer makes use of "field recordings and studio sessions from everywhere from Cuba to Cape Town, Bali to Kampala and voices from Russia, Istanbul, Senegal and the UK." A number of guest musicians feature on Radio Highlife, including Sengalese multi-instrumentalist Mame nDiack Seck Thiam, who appeared on d'Souza's 2017 mini-album The Soniferous Garden for Sofrito Super Singles. He's also now set to be part of a new Auntie Flo live show. Due out in October, Radio Highlife is d'Souza's first release on Brownswood. His prior two albums, 2012's Future Rhythm Machine and Theory Of Flo, were issued through Huntleys + Palmers. Listen to album single "Cape Town Jam."
    Tracklist 01. Life Is High 02. Nobody Said It Would Be Easy 03. Havana Rhythm Dance feat. Andrew Ashong 04. Isbjørn 05. Radio Souk 06. Lights In The Northern Sky 07. Western Princes 08. Inga's Choir 09. Malawi Skit 10. Cape Town Jam 11. One Guitar feat. Dan Mugula 12. Kampala 13. Magic Stones Skit 14. Mame's Story feat. Mame N'Diack Brownswood Recordings will release Radio Highlife on October 12th, 2018. Photo credit: Flavien Prioreau