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Verity Sharp

Verity Sharp's selection includes a new release from electroacoustic trio Fiium Shaarrk, plus music for choir and sine waves, and a piece of classic Turkish folk.

Verity Sharp's playlist tonight includes new music from trio Fiium Shaarrk, whose propulsive, free-roaming drum and percussion lines sit atop a digital underlay.

Plus music for choir and sine waves by Cypriot composer Yannis Kyriakides, and Neşet Ertaş, a virtuoso on the Turkish bag lama.

Produced by Chris Elcombe for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Thu 23 Mar 2017 23:00

Music Played

  • Sarasara


    • Sun.
  • Hauschka

    Constant Growth Fails

    • Constant Growth Fails.
    • Temporary Residence Ltd..
  • Banda Sinaloense El Recodo

    La Loba

    • 20 Exitos Banda Sinaloense El Recodo.
  • Inventing Masks


    • Inventing Masks.
    • Error Broadcast.
  • Frode Gjerstad & Paal Nilssen-Love


    • Nearby Faraway.
    • PNL Records.
  • Tsèhaytu Bèraki


    • The Sun of Eritrea.
    • Terp Records.
  • Cate Le Bon

    Find Me

    • Crab Day.
    • Drag City.
  • Tempest Flute Trio / Koltur

    Niederau (Koltur Remix)

    • Outside the Lines - Vol. 1.
    • Nonclassical.
  • Yannis Kyriakides

    U for 8-part choir and sine waves

    • Antichamber.
    • Self-released.
  • Lydia Kakabadse

    Kontakia 3: Those who shall be protected

    Choir: Alumni of Clare College Choir. Conductor: Graham Ross.
    • Cantica Sacra.
    • Divine Art.
  • Fiium Shaarrk


    • We Are Astonishingly Lifelike.
    • Not Applicable.
  • ICP Orchestra

    De Sprong, O Romantiek Der Hazen

    • Aan & Uit.
    • Instant Composers Pool.
  • Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra & Sergiu Comissiona


    • Hommage a Sibelius.
    • Ondine.
  • Merzbow

    Sponge Octopus

    • A Taste of Merzbow.
    • Mego.
  • Mann Castell

    Peg-a-Ramsey / Yellow Hose

    • The Food of Love Project.
    • Autolycus.
  • Neşet Ertaş

    Kaslarin Karasina

  • Agnes Hvizdalek


    • Index.
    • Nakama Records.
  • Aretha Franklin

    Never Grow Old

    • Songs of Faith.
    • Chess.


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