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Max Reinhardt with Cafe Oto's Fielding Hope

Max Reinhardt is joined by Fielding Hope from Cafe Oto, who introduces performances from two new artists. Plus music from Teresa Rampazzi, Bent Knee and Floyd Ming's Pep Steppers.

Max is joined by Fielding Hope, the curator at leading music venue Cafe Oto in London. The venue supports a wide array of exploratory artists from the world of free jazz and improvisation to noise musicians and experimental guitar groups. Tonight Fielding brings in two brand-new artists he thinks are moving song-based music in interesting new directions.

Also on the show; electronic experimentation from Teresa Rampazzi, Italy's answer to Delia Derbyshire; art-rock from Boston courtesy of Bent Knee and old-time Mississippi fiddle music from Floyd Ming's Pep Steppers.

Produced by Alannah Chance for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Tue 6 Sep 2016 23:00

Music Played

  • Weaves


    • Buzz Records.
  • G-Bop Orchestra

    Awkward Groove (radio edit)

    • Punctations in Space.
    • One Take Records.
    • B.
  • Floyd Ming's Pep Steppers

    Tupelo Blues

    • Mississippi String Bands Volume 1.
    • Document Records.
    • 12.
  • Teresa Rampazzi

    Immagini Per Diana Baylon Excerpt 1

    • Immagini Per Diana Baylon.
    • 1.
  • Asiq Nargile

    Ay Ceyranim

    • Yurt Yeri.
    • Otoroku.
    • 1.
  • Fielding Hope joins Max in the studio

    • Still House Plants

      The House Sound of Chicago

      • Recorded Live at Cafe Oto - 19th July 2106.
    • Pat Thomas

      Elephant (Recorded live at Cafe Oto)

      • OTOROKU.
  • Trim & James Blake


    • 1-800 Dinosaur Presents Trim.
    • 1-800 Dinosaur.
    • 1.
  • Ametsub

    Blue Loop

    • Orbital Planes and Passenger Trains Vol 1.
    • Serein.
    • 3.
  • Shabaka And The Ancestors


    • Wisdom of Elders.
    • Brownswood UK.
  • Bent Knee


    • Say So.
    • Cuneiform.
    • 4.
  • Si Mohammed Bel Hassan Soudani

    Fulani Iresa (Marrakech)

    • Music of Morocco From The Library of Congress - Recorded by Paul Bowles 1959.
    • Dust to Digital.
    • 8.


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