The acclaimed chef and Tiger’s Milk Records founder reflects on Peruvian soul and music, plus Frosty serves up a wide world of sounds.
Peruvian food is steeped in ancient traditions and made delicious by superfood ingredients and heaps of soul. Chef, restaurateur and label head Martin Morales has been providing Londoners with a mainline to the cuisine with his growing portfolio of restaurants — Ceviche Soho, Ceviche Old St, Andina and Casita Andina — and his Tiger’s Milk Records label enhances the multisensory experience with impeccably curated sonic platters. The label’s newest album, Andina: The Sound of the Peruvian Andes, is a celebration of Andean cuisine and a companion to Morales’ cookbook of the same name. Morales joins Frosty on Open End to talk about the magical sounds and flavor essences of the Andes, and serve up a platter of food-focused Latin American tunes. Frosty runs with the theme, sharing tasty tunes from Cameroon, Japan, France, Germany and beyond.