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Nick Luscombe with John Doran

Nick Luscombe presents record recommendations from John Doran, editor of online music magazine The Quietus. Featured composers also include John Adams and Julius Eastman.

Nick takes record recommendations from John Doran, editor of independent online music magazine The Quietus. One of the finest critics of the last 20 years, Doran has also written for the Guardian, Metal Hammer, and Vice. In 2015 he published 'Jolly Lad', a memoir about the healing power of music, with accompanying spoken word album 'Hubris' featuring British Sea Power and Nicky Wire.

Also tonight, featured composers include John Adams, Bei Bei, Oliver Coates, and Julius Eastman, with pieces performed by Murcof x Wagner, Shawn Lee, Ragazze Quartet, and Horse Lords respectively.

Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Abi Fry, Neil Hamilton & John Doran

    Area Forecast

    • Hubris.
    • The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.
  • Mike Cooper

    Raft 36 - Age Unlimited

    • Raft.
    • Room40.
  • DJ Marcelle

    Too Scratched

    • Too.
    • Jahmoni Music.
  • Tradition

    The Breathtaking Blast

    • Captain Ganja And The Space Patrol.
    • Bokeh Versions.
  • Oliver Coates

    Proteus

    Performer: Annemijn Bergkotte. Performer: Oliver Coates.
  • Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Nathan Salsburg

    Wallins Creek Girls

    • Untitled.
    • Paradise of Bachelors.
  • Jon Brooks

    PN 17

    • Autres Directions.
    • Clay Pipe Music.
  • Interview with John Doran

    • Zimpel/Ziolek

      Wrens

    • Babu

      Mahi Yaar Di Gharoli Bhardi/Raag Jog

      • Ishq Ke Maare: Sufi Songs from Sindh and Punjab, Pakistan.
      • Sublime Frequencies.
  • Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

    By Your Side

  • Patrick Lester-Rourke

    River Suir

    • Identity.
    • Self-release.
  • Hannah Peel

    Sunrise Through The Dusty Nebula

    • Mary Casio: Journey to Cassiopeia.
    • My Own Pleasure.
  • Shabazz Palaces

    Shine a Light (feat. Thaddillac)

    • Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star.
    • Sub Pop Records.
  • Louise

    Look At The Sun

    • Fruit De Mer Records.
  • Witold Lutosławski

    Subito For Violin And Piano

    Performer: Véronique Mathieu. Performer: Jasmin Arakawa.
    • Argot.
    • Navona.
  • John Adams

    China Gates

    Performer: Murcof. Performer: Vanessa Wagner.
    • Statea.
    • Infiné.
  • Bei Bei & Shawn Lee

    Soft Dream

    • Year Of The Funky.
    • Légère Recordings.

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