Monocle 24

Monday, 1 April, 2013

Monocle 24 Listening right now to The Continental Shift on Monocle 24. It’s “where our editors bring you three hours of curated music from Europe and beyond, with nu-disco from Oslo, jazzy soul from Stockholm and cutting-edge sounds from London.”

The daily pendulum of Monocle 24, the broadcasting offshoot of Tyler Brûlé’s upscale lifestyle magazine, swings between the cool and the hip: “We ask whether the Midem music conference in Cannes and NAPTE TV market in Miami are still relevant. Plus, Jennifer Trausch talks us through her huge Polaroids of the deep south and we travel to Key West and Jaipur to talk books.” And if that’s not enough, there’s, “A special edition from the 62nd Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. We talk to Michael Anastassiades, Magnus Wästberg, the Bolon sisters, the owners of Mjölk and the brains behind Nosh & Chow too.”

If you’re looking for smart talk radio, interesting music and fascinating people who can discus design, food, fashion, art, graphics, drink, architecture and urban living with aplomb and, sometimes, affectation, Monocle 24 will not not disappoint.

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