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Max Reinhardt - Stewart Lee's Mixtape

Adventures in music, ancient to future: Max Reinhardt presents a guest mixtape from comedian and musical curator Stewart Lee. Plus tracks by Bonnie Prince Billy and Adnan Joubran.

Max Reinhardt is joined by comedian, columnist and musophile Stewart Lee with the debut edition of the Late Junction Mixtape.
A tribute to the age-old tradition of making a mixtape for a friend, guests are invited to explore the full diversity of their record collections, to dig out those obscure gems and much-loved rarities which they seldom get to share. The aim is to reveal a lesser known side to their musical identity and above all to take the listeners on a journey through a variety of moods, feelings and eras, exploring and celebrating the disjunctions within a record collection. Stewart Lee talks about his lifelong love of the avant garde in music ahead of his ATP festival this weekend.

We also play a track from Bonnie Prince Billy's new album with the Bitchin' Bajas, early Celtic music sung by the Choir of Gonville and Caius College Cambridge and a piece by Palestinian Oud player Adnan Joubran.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Thu 14 Apr 2016 23:00

Music Played

  • Henry Zuma

    Inguga (Theme from Beckett’s Trek)

    • Jazz Offerings from South Africa.
    • Gallo.
  • Bitchin Bajas and Bonnie Prince Billy

    Your Hard Work Is About to Pay Off. Keep On Keeping On

    • Epic Jammers and Fortunate Little Ditties.
    • Drag City.
  • Geoffrey Webber: Choir Of Gonville & Caius College Cambridge

    Amen Dico Vobis

    • In Praise Of St. Columba - The Sound World Of The Celtic Church.
    • Delphian.
  • Adnan Joubran

    La Danse De La Veuve

    • Borders Behind.
    • Randana/World Village.
  • Brian Eno, Dieter Moebius & Hans‐Joachim Roedelius

    Foreign Affairs

    • Cluster 1971-1981.
    • Bureau.
  • Ma La Pert (Tony Conrad with Jennifer Walshe)

    Ma La Pert (Excerpt)

    • Ma La Pert live at Cut and Splice Nov 2010.
  • Fred Thomas

    Mother, I Cannot Mind My Wheel

    • The Beguilers.
  • Orchestra of Spheres

    Divine Horses

    • Brothers And Sisters Of The Black Lagoon.
  • La Yegros


    • Magnetismo.
    • Soundway.
  • Zulya and The Children of the Underground

    Mise En Scene

    • On Love and Science.
  • Stewart Lee's Mixtape

    • Ex-Easter Island Head

      Mallet Guitars Three Second Movement

    • Laura Cannell & Rhodri Davies

      Even a Moment

    • Thurston Moore, Evan Parker, Walter Prati


    • The Bohman Brothers

      Injury Lawyers

    • Trash Kit


    • Richard Youngs


    • Camberwell Now

      Wheat Features

    • Sun Ra

      Jet Flight

    • Phil Minton/John Russell

      Waiting For Lol

    • Richard Dawson

      A Parent's Address To His Firstborn On The Day Of His Birth

  • Conrad Clipper

    Fugue State

    • Cycle Of Liminal Rites.


  • Thu 14 Apr 2016 23:00

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