Shado Magazine – AWIL 286 @ SOAS

Fifty Shades of SHADO on this A World in London!  


brand new creativity & culture magazine has just been launched and it’s
rather brilliant! SHADO which stands for ‘See’, ‘Hear’, ‘Act’, and ‘Do’, was
dreamt up by SOAS graduate Hannah Robathan and friend Izzy Pearce, who realised
that there’s been a disconnect between artists, activists and academics. Seeking to bring
them all together as a more powerful & productive group for change, SHADO
bridges the gap through its innovative online and print publication, put
together by a skilled team that now includes Lydia
Paulett, who joined Hannah on AWIL the other day. ‘Changing
Perspectives: Stories of Migration to Europe’ is the theme for the inaugural
issue, which came out last week to unprecedented demand, so you’d better hurry
to secure a hard-copy as only limited numbers are left! SHADO has also resulted
in a fabulous art exhibition and concert showcase, harnessing the incredible
range of talent featured in the magazine – keep an eye out for their future
ventures! To order a copy or find out more click here:

on this AWIL, fresh global music from around the planet, plus a heartfelt
mini-tribute to our much loved friend Phil Stanton, creator of the Rough Guide
CD series and labels World Music Network, Riverboat, and Introducing, who sadly
passed away on January 26th.

Listen Again


  • Joji Hirota-Akita-Japan/UK
  • Rad Orchestra-Ayonda-UK
  • Amaraterra-Pizzica Di San Vito
  • Carminho-A Tecedeira-Portugal
  • Nubiyan Twist-Ghosts-UK
  • Lance Ferguson-Brazilian Rhyme-Australia
  • Ivan Conti-Poison Fruit-Brasil
  • Razia Said-Tsy Lany-Madagascar
  • Tri Nguyen-Exchange Of Love- Vietnam
  • Alaa Arsheed-Alpha-Syria

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