23.02.2022 Moving Through Music with Zoe Rahman

Presented by Josh Aitman
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  • JAZZ

Josh Aitman is back with a new day slot exploring his tastes from top to bottom!  Tune in on the first Wednesday of each month from midday for Moving Through Music.

Founder of Melodic Distraction, Josh has produced countless shows over the last 5 years for a broad range of hosts. It’s safe to say those productions shifts opened his tastes beyond the electronic sounds he was once set on.

Each month, this two hour slot provides an expansive opportunity to explore his monthly finds, keeping the energy up as we sail into the afternoon. Moving Through Music, is the midweek motivation you’ve been looking for.

Expect far-reaching sounds, verbal nonsense and various guests each month, as Josh opens up the theme and invites guests to explore the areas of their musical tastes that they may not usually dive into.

Josh is buzzing to bring Moving Through Music back to the airwaves with none other than Zoe Rahman!

Jazz pianist and composer, Zoe Rahman, will be performing this Saturday at the Liverpool International Jazz Festival alongside her brother @idris.rahman_ in partnership with @milapfest - it’s an insane opportunity to see some Bengali infused jazz right here in Liverpool! Before she does, she'll be chatting to Josh live about her career, early life and the preparation that’s gone into this performance alongside loads of her own track selections!


Kai Meara – Swarm
Kahil El’Zabar Quartet – A Time For Healing
Phil Stroud – Banksia
Khruangbin & Leon Bridges – Doris
Tim Liyre – Real
L’Orage – Universal
> INTERVIEW WITH ZOE RAHMAN < Jarrod Lawson – Everything I Need Horace Silver – Song For My Father Hemanta Mukherjee – Muchhe Jaoa Dinguli Zoe Rahman – O Nodi Re (O, River) Soothsayers – Lost City Zoe Rahman – Amar Har Kala Korlam Re (Betrayed) Zoe Rahman – Red Squirrel > INTERVIEW WITH ZOE RAHMAN <
Laurent Bardainne & Tigre d’Eau Douce – Combly Family
KOKOROKO – Something’s Going On
Middle Name Dance Band – Something’s Going On
Rebecca Vasmant – Broken Biscuits