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The Late Junction Mixtape with Beatrice Dillon

An unbroken mix of music as selected by Beatrice Dillon, a London-based producer, musician and radio DJ.

Beatrice Dillon, a London producer, musician, and radio DJ, empties the contents of her brain and/or record bag exclusively for Late Junction. Her unbroken mix of music exhibits her wide and wild musical tastes.

The Late Junction Mixtape is a chance for guests to take listeners on a surprising journey through adventurous music.

Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 27 Jan 2017 00:00

Music Played

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  • Mads Emil Nielsen


    • Percussion Loops.
    • arbitrary.
  • Bambooman


    • Accidental.
  • Aesthete


    • Computer Club.
  • Lanark Artefax

    Virtual Bodies

    • Glasz E.P..
    • UIQ ‎.
  • Beatrice Dillon & Kassem Mosse

    High Drone

    • The Trilogy Tapes.
  • Dale Cornish

    Xeric 3

    • Entracte.
  • Ola Saad

    ال جرى متنصف الليل

    • Unreleased.
  • Demdike Stare

    FullEdge (eMpTy-40 Mix)

    • Wonderland.
    • Modern Love.
  • Batu


    • Timedance.
  • Molto


    • Ominira.
  • The Sacred Drones of West Kalimantan

    Healing Ritual (Approaching from the Distance): Gongs, Dishes, Bottles, Belikan

    • The Sacred Drones of West Kalimantan.
    • Tresno Records.
  • Rian Treanor


    • Pattern Damage.
    • The Death Of Rave.
  • HSBC (Heatsick & Bassclef)

    Blaue Stunde

    • Unreleased.
  • Moritz von Oswald Trio

    Sounding Line 2

    • Sounding Line.
    • Honest Jons.
  • Mica Levy & Oliver Coates


    • Remain Calm.
    • Slip.


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