Peterson would then join Kiss FM in 1991, the station having become legal the year before. 8. Having witnessed Reid's suffering with illness and hardship, Gilles set up the charity to raise money for musicians in need. Peterson started a new three-hour Saturday afternoon show on BBC Radio 6 Music, beginning on Saturday 7 April 2012, running weekly from 3 to 6 pm, and giving him an extra hour of broadcast time. Since the launch, the station has gone out on the road broadcasting across Europe, the US and Asia, with pop-ups in Amsterdam (ADE), Los Angeles (How We Do LA), Marseille (Le Gallette), Milan (Jazzmi Festival), Paris (Le Mellotron), Tokyo (HMV Shibuya), and closer to home, at the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair (Somerset House). Features included the "Herbie Sessions". 7. AIM Independent Music Awards – Indie Champion 2013. More recently, they've released music by Zara McFarlane, Ghostpoet's Mercury Prize-nominated debut and their long-running compilation series, compiled by Peterson, called Brownswood Bubblers. The Talkin' Loud roster included Nuyorican Soul (a side project of the producers Masters At Work), Courtney Pine, MJ Cole, Young Disciples, Incognito, Terry Callier, The Roots, Galliano and Roni Size's project Reprazent. 5. He was awarded an honorary MBE in 2004, the AIM Award for Indie Champion 2013, the Mixmag Award for Outstanding Contribution To Dance Music in 2013, the PRS for MusicAward for Outstanding Contribution to Music Radio in 2014, and The A&R Award from The Music … These included artists such as Roots Manuva, Björk and Floating Points. News About Watch Shop News About . In support of this project, Peterson began a European tour in June/July 2010, accompanied by Fonseca, his band and vocalists Danay Suarez, Ogguere and Obsesión. Travelling with the rest of the 2011 crew, Mala (Digital Mystikz) was also invited to Cuba with Peterson to record and collaborate with local musicians as part of the ongoing Havana Cultura project. The Soul of Detroit with John "Jammin'" Collins. Most Records, Habitat 2005, Brownswood Bubblers Brownswood Recordings 2006, Gilles Peterson & Patrick Forge Present – Sunday Afternoon at Dingwalls Ether 2006, Gilles Peterson Back in Brazil Ether 2006, Pure Fire! The double CD album was a celebration of Cuba's musical forces spanning Latin, Afro jazz and fusion to hip-hop, funk, reggaeton and soul. Welcome to Brownswood Recordings, the London-based indie label from globe trotting purveyor of all sounds soulful and inspired. terry callier – what colour is love Gilles ran the 2011 London Marathon, raising just under £7,000 for Help Musicians UK, followed by the 2016 New York Marathon, where he raised over $21,000 for the Steve Reid Foundation. simbad and zita mowa  – peaceful revolution These included artists such as Roots Manuva, Björk and Floating Points. He was awarded an honorary MBE in 2004, the AIM Award for Indie Champion 2013, the Mixmag Award for Outstanding Contribution To Dance Music in 2013, the PRS for Music Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music Radio in 2014,[4] and The A&R Award from The Music Producers Guild in 2019.[5]. derrick harriott – people make the world go round AIM Independent Music Awards – Indie Champion 2013. Brownswood Basement: Gilles Peterson with Famoudou Don Moye, Jack de Marseille, Déni-Shain, Pé Pé, Siska, Teddy G, Siska and Stéphane Galland live from Galette Records, Marseille 28.07.17 Gilles Peterson with Kasper Collin: Lee Morgan Special Peterson's current record label, Brownswood Recordings, was launched in 2006. In August 2004, the show moved from Wednesday (midnight till 2 am) to an earlier Sunday slot (11 pm to 1 am), with a spectacular live outside broadcast from The Big Chill at Eastnor Castle Herefordshire, featuring Bugz In The Attic performing a DJ set, and interviews with house DJ Tom Middleton and Mr. Scruff. Gilles Peterson presents a weekly show from the iconic Brownswood Basement. Peterson has made many regular appearances at music festivals across the world including Lovebox in east London, The Big Chill in Hereford and the Southport Weekender[21][22] in the north west of England. In August 2004, the show moved from Wednesday (midnight till 2 am) to an earlier Sunday slot (11 pm to 1 am), with a spectacular live outside broadcast from The Big Chill at Eastnor Castle Herefordshire, featuring Bugz In The Attic performing a DJ set, and interviews with house DJ Tom Middleton and Mr. Scruff. samora pinderhughes – hold that weight [6] In 1998, he was hired by BBC Radio 1, and in 2012 he began hosting a three-hour Saturday afternoon programme on BBC Radio 6 Music. Artists as diverse as the Freestyle Fellowship, Sérgio Mendes and Leon Thomas would all appear on the same playlist. 9. Poppy Ajudha. 26.10.17 Brownswood Basement: Gilles Peterson with Nick Gold & Trio da Kali, Steve Davis, Yazmin Lacey and Adam Regan. Like his previous Radio 1 programme, it is made by independent production company Somethin' Else for the BBC.[14][15]. The show always presented a combination of new, older and often very rare records from the late 1950s to 1980s. In 2006, Peterson worked with Freshly Cut, a French event production company from Montpellier, to create the "Worldwide Festival",[20] a small intimate festival during the summertime in the coastal town of Sète in France. The label's early releases includes the likes of British singer/songwriter Ben Westbeech, 45-piece orchestral ensemble The Heritage Orchestra, Japanese punk jazz band Soil & "Pimp" Sessions, Brooklyn-based pianist Elan Mehler and jazz vocalist José James. Collection Impulse! 1. [16] Playing alongside fellow London DJ Patrick Forge, the night, dubbed Talkin' Loud And Sayin' Something, ran for five years. Havana Cultura: New Cuba Sound was the first album to come out of the project, released in 2010. Gilles Peterson Digs America - Brownswood U.S.A. (Album, Comp) 2 versions Luv N' Haight LHLP047 US 2005 Sell This Version 2 versions 2 versions Ether ETHCD007 UK 2005 Sell This Version 1 … 2006, The Kings of Jazz – Compiled by Gilles Peterson and Jazzanova Rapster Records 2006, Brownswood Bubblers Two Brownswood Recordings 2007, Fania DJ Series Gilles Peterson Fania Records 2007, Gilles Peterson Digs America 2 – Searching at the End of an Era Luv N' Haight 2007, Brownswood Bubblers Three Brownswood Recordings 2008, Gilles Peterson in the House ITH Records 2008, Brownswood Bubblers Four Brownswood Recordings 2009, Freedom Rhythm & Sound – Revolutionary Jazz & The Civil Rights Movement 1963–82 Soul Jazz Records 2009, Gilles Peterson Presents Havana Cultura: New Cuba Sound Brownswood Recordings 2009, Brownswood Bubblers Five Brownswood Recordings 2010, Brownswood Bubblers Six Brownswood Recordings 2010, Everyday Blue Note – Compiled by Gilles Peterson Blue Note (Japan Only) 2010, Gilles Peterson Presents Havana Cultura: Remixed Brownswood Recordings 2010, Gilles Peterson Presents: Worldwide BBE 2010, Heartbeat Presents One Time! Upon leaving BBC London in 1987, Peterson took up a new Sunday afternoon residency at Dingwalls in Camden. Peterson and Brownswood's involvement began two years later, resulting in four album releases and three international tours. Sonzeira is the collective name for the group of Brazilian artists who feature on the album. Wildflower. Peterson would then join Kiss FM in 1991, the station having become legal the year before. hang it up – little sunflower November 2008", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gilles_Peterson&oldid=985634337, Articles lacking reliable references from July 2020, Wikipedia articles needing factual verification from September 2019, Official website different in Wikidata and Wikipedia, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. On 8 October 2006, both Peterson and Forge played the first of many annual reunion shows at the old site of Dingwalls (now a Jongleurs comedy club), with a compilation album of popular tracks from the club also being released at the same time in 2006 entitled Sunday Afternoon at Dingwalls. Lazy H – When The Horns Comes In. 8. Peterson was first heard as a DJ on the London pirate radio station Radio Invicta, Peterson spent his teenage years putting up radio transmitters for the pirates and playing on stations such as K-Jazz. KinKai – Scatty Brain Dump In September 2006, the show was moved from Sunday night to Tuesday night/Wednesday morning between 2 am and 4 am. In 1990, Peterson founded record label Talkin' Loud, enlisting the help of fellow DJ Norman Jay, who formed his own Global Village label. A Gilles Peterson Impulse! In March 1990, Peterson joined London's first-ever dedicated jazz station 102.2 Jazz FM at its launch. 8. Artists as diverse as the Freestyle Fellowship, Sérgio Mendes and Leon Thomas would all appear on the same playlist. The album features Brazilian artists such as Seu Jorge and Elza Soares. Titled "Bam Bam Bam: The Story of Sonzeira", this two-hour documentary was directed by Charlie Inman and Ben Holman and shot in 2014 by Mother London and Rio de Janeiro's Beija Films. [11] He went on to host Mad on Jazz on BBC Radio London in 1986–87, and became known on the London circuit as a DJ specialising in the new breed of "acid jazz", drawing on the jazz, YouTube. Away from the UK he has appeared at the Exit Festival in Serbia, INmusic festival in Croatia, and in 2006 the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.