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Max Reinhardt

Adventures in music with Max Reinhardt, including tracks by Guy Avern, Haas Kowert Tice, Jean-Marc Montera and Gentra Pasundan, plus a collaboration between Konono No 1 and Batida.

Adventures in music, ancient to future. Max Reinhardt shares new music from contemporary classical/electronicist Guy Avern, the chamber nu-grass Haas Kowert Tice from Nashville and we hear three very different portraits of international cities from the sprawling electronic skitters of LA from producer Anenon to Billy Bao's treatment of Lagos via an archive recording from London's east end.

We also hear music from Javan gamelan ensemble Gentra Pasundan, and a cosmic collision when the firebrand Congolese electric likembe ensemble Konono No 1 meets Angolan-Portuguese producer Batida.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Terry Reid

    River (Alternate)

    • Future Days Recordings.
  • The Comet Is Coming

    Channel The Spirits

    • Leaf Label.
  • Guy Avern

    Globular Clusters

    • Demerara Records.
  • Haas Kowert Tice

    Grandpa's Cheesebarn

    • Haas Kowert Tice.
  • Sophie Gonthier

    Women In Black

    • Radio France.
  • Konono Nº1


    • Crammed.
  • Jone Takamäki Trio

    Bhupala I

    • Johanna.
  • Angharrad Davies + Steve Beresford

    Lechyd O Gylch - Health All Round

  • Oliver Coates

    The Irish Book of Death & Flying Ships

    • Prah Recordings.
  • Anenon


  • IM Rawes

    Pub Charity Music Box

  • IM Rawes

    East Street Cheapjack

  • Billy Bao

    Lagos Sessions

  • Reem Kelani

    1932 (For Sayyid Darwish)

    • Fuse Records.
  • William Harris

    Faire Is The Heaven

    Performer: Choir of Merton College, Oxford.
    • Delphian.
  • Gentra Pasundan


    • World Music Network.


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