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Latitude 2015 Line-Up Announcement

Max Reinhardt previews the Late Junction stage at the 2015 Latitude Festival, with live studio performances and festival director Melvin Benn in conversation.

Max Reinhardt's preview of the Late Junction Stage at the Latitude Festival July 2015 featuring live music in the studio and words from festival director Melvin Benn. Plus music from Danish electronic music producer Trentemøller, from exploratory modal jazz trio Fiium Shaarrk and from vintage Czech hymnal folk hero Jaroslav Hutka.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Tue 26 May 2015 23:00

Music Played

  • Sun Ra

    The Perfect Man

    Performer: Paddy Steer.
  • Chassol

    Carnaval, Pt. II (Motor & Vuvuzuela)

    • Big Sun.
    • Tricatel.
  • Ravi Shankar

    Down The Rabbit Hole

    • Jonathan Miller's Alice in Wonderland (1966).
  • ESKA

    Shades of Blue

  • ESKA

    Gatekeeper

  • Africa

    Here I Stand

    • Music from "Lil Brown".
    • Kismet Records.
    • 3.
  • Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band

    Best Batch Yet

    • Doc At The Radar Station.
    • Blue Plate.
  • Iskra 1903

    Unknown 2

    • Goldsmiths.
    • Emanem.
    • 6.
  • Monoswezi

    Matatya

    • Yanga.
    • Riverboat Records.
  • David Lang

    JUST (after song of songs)

    Performer: Trio Mediæval. Performer: Garth Knox. Performer: Agnès Vesterman. Performer: Sylvain Lememe.
    • Just (After Song of Songs).
    • Louth Contemporary Music Society.
  • Fiium Shaarrk

    Krypton Tunning

    • Krypton Tunning/The Great Swimming Pool of Liberation.
    • On The Corner.
  • The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble

    Oceans Of Heaven

    • Undercurrents.
    • www.willgregorymoogensemble.co.uk/.
  • Chassol

    Pipornithology, Pt. I

    • Big Sun.
    • Tricatel.
  • Jaroslav Hutka

    Starala se mati ma

    • Vandrovali Hudci.
    • Bonton.
  • Blick Bassy

    Aké

    • Akö.
    • No Format!.

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