Border Blaster Season 5 Sneak Peek | Link TV
Border Blaster Season 5 Sneak Peek
"Border Blaster," the world music video series curated by longstanding public broadcasting internet radio station dublab, returns to Link TV this fall with a new season. The musical genres explored in the 13 new episodes range from experimental electronica and jazz funk to indie and hiphop styles. Catch our new season of Border Blaster curated by L.A.’s long-running internet radio station dublab premiering Tuesday, October 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Link TV (DirecTV 375, DISH Network 9410).
Cibo Matto, Los Blenders, MADEIRA, Clap! Clap!, Tagore, Janka Nabay & the Bubu Gang, Dustin Wong and Takako Minekawa.
Perera Elsewhere, Alex Anwandter, Inna de Yard, Ceci Bastida, A-WA, Ennanga Vision and Umoja.
The Parrots, Daymé Arocena, Nite Jewel, Raiza Biza, Sanfuentes and Chihei Hatakeyama.
Mitsume, Lali Puna, Magic Island, el tipo este, Konono No. 1, Juana Molina and Visible Cloaks
Songhoy Blues, Nadia Reid, Meridian Brothers, Yasmine Hamda, DJ Lag and Radian
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Season 5, Episode 11
Sounds of Earth features music videos Kinshasa’s KOKOKO, Colombian-Canadian artist Lido Pimiento, L.A. band La Chamba, Portuguese producer Populous, Australian musician A.r.t. Wilson, and New Zealand singer Julien Dyne.
KOKOKO! - Tokoliana
Lido Pimienta - La Capacidad
La Chamba - Marea de Lumbre
Populous - Azul Oro ft. Ela Minus
A.r.t. Wilson - Janine's Theme (Earth)
Julien Dyne - Hours feat. LADI6
Season 5, Episode 12
Reverence and Decadence features music videos from Dutch producer Bokoesam, US band Almas Fronterizas, Swiss group Vendredi sur Mer, Brazilian group francisco, el hombre, Japanese rocker Gotch, and NY musician Frankie Rose.
Season 5, Episode 13
City Streets features music videos from French producer/director duo The Blaze, NY singer Yaeji, South African artist Petite Noir, Japanese polymath Cornelius, US musician Frank Maston, and Spanish singer Rosalía.
Season 5, Episode 1
"Tableau" features music videos from Japanese-born duo Cibo Matto, Mexico City punks Los Blenders, New Zealand artist MADEIRA, Italian producer Clap! Clap!, Brazilian psych band Tagore, Sierra Leonian band Janka Nabay & the Bubu Gang, and American guitarist Dustin Wong and Japanese musician Takako Minekawa.
Cibo Matto - Deja Vu
Los Blenders - Amor Prohibido II
MADEIRA - Come on Thru
Clap! Clap! - Hope Feat. OY
Tagore - Mudo
Jana Nabay & the Bubu Gang - Sabonah
Season 5, Episode 2
"Something's Up" features music videos from Berlin-based artist Perera Elsewhere, Chilean singer Alex Anwandter, Jamaican project Inna de Yard, Tijuana-born singer-songwriter Ceci Bastida, Israeli trio A-WA, Ugandan group Ennanga Vision, and South African artist Umoja.
Perera Elsewhere - Something's Up
Alex Anwandter - Cordillera
Inna de Yard - Let the Water Run Dry Feat. Ken Boothe
Ceci Bastida - Un Sueño Feat. Aloe Blacc
A-WA - Habib Galbi
Ennanga Vision - Otim's War
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In four segments, subjects are asked what brought them to Los Angeles.KCET Original
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An exploration of the environmental movement — grassroots and global activism spanning fifty years from conservation to climate change.
Filmmaker Sebastian Junger embeds with a unit in Afghanistan to examine what war feels like and what it does to soldiers.