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Late Junction at Latitude 2013

Max Reinhardt presents highlights from the Late Junction stage at the 2013 Latitude Festival, with live sets from Electric Jalaba, Richard Dawson and Melt Yourself Down.

Max Reinhardt presents highlights from the Late Junction stage in the Lavish Lounge at the 2013 Latitude Festival.

On tonight's programme the sounds and dance moves of Moroccan master musician Simo Lagnawi are given a psychedelic space age makeover as Electric Jalaba float traditional Gnawa songs above analogue effects and warped guitars.

Newcastle's skewed troubadour Richard Dawson brings an intense soaring slant to traditional songs of the North East, with a voice that cracks and soars in equal measure.

Melt Yourself Down (pictured) conjure a post-punk jazz future with music hewn from North African deserts and the New York underground, that explodes onstage into a tropical storm.

Max also heads off around the site to meet festival goers and performers from across the artforms that make the festival unique, including sound-artist Nick Franglen and folk legend Richard Thompson.

Yo La Tengo also visited our truck to record a special acoustic session of melodic noise for Late Junction.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Melt Yourself Down

    Camel (Live)

  • Electric Jalaba

    Elbania (Live)

  • Electric Jalaba

    Jalaba (Live)

  • Nick Franglen's Hive (http://www.franglen.net/hive.html)

  • Late Junction Truck Session

    • Yo La Tengo

      Ohm (Live)

  • Richard Dawson

    Black Dog In The Sky (Live)

  • Richard Dawson

    Man Has Been Struck Down By Hands Unseen (Live)

  • Richard Dawson

    Poor Old Horse (Live)

  • 6 Music Stage

    • Calexico

      Splitter (Live)

  • Richard Thompson

    Interview

  • Richard Thompson

    Switting (Live)

  • Electric Jalaba

    Aisha (Live)

  • Melt Yourself Down

    We Are Enough (Live)

  • Melt Yourself Down

    Tuna (Live)

  • Melt Yourself Down

    Mouth To Mouth (Live)

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