Bringing you something a little different, tonight is a very special excursion of global sounds and rhythms, curated by the people behind the legendary Tuesday Club. After his incredible show in The Foundry had queues round the block at Tramlines Festival this year, we knew we had to get Gilles back to the Steel City for a headline show! Joining him is a massive lineup of UK and international talent. When all is said and done, whichever role Gilles is performing — DJ, broadcaster, producer, compiler, label boss or plain old record collector — the music is always the bottom line. Starting off life as a club DJ, Gilles continues to spin regularly around the world. As for the radio, his new 3-hour Saturday afternoon show on BBC Radio 6 Music has seen him take his unique musical mix to a new and growing audience of music lovers whilst the syndicated Worldwide radio show continues to spread his musical gospel… well, worldwide.
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Over the last few years, Gilles Peterson has been shining a spotlight on London's set-to-spill jazz scene. With new festival We Out Here, he's showcasing its key players alongside towering greats of days gone by. He talks to Kitty Richardson about the festival's roots and his picks for a pucker weekender. In August of this year, Gilles Peterson will roll out the first edition of We Out Here festival, uniting legends of jazz with their nu school counterparts for three days of partying in the verdant Cambridge countryside.
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