Juana Molina, Matias Aguayo, Tom Skinner
Fiona Talkington shares a Late Junction collaboration session, featuring Argentinian vocalist Juana Molina, DJ-producer Matias Aguayo and drummer Tom Skinner.
Fiona Talkington shares the next Late Junction collaboration session, featuring Juana Molina, Matias Aguayo and Tom Skinner.
Argentinian singer-songwriter Juana Molina became a household name in her native country as a TV comedy actress, but these days channels her energy into a brand of experimental folktronica founded on loops and her eery, often wordless vocals.
German-based producer and DJ Matias Aguayo is a fellow looper but brings a more percussive, clubbier sound into the mix, and they're joined in the studio at BBC's Maida Vale by British drummer Tom Skinner, best known for his work with Sons of Kemet and Melt Yourself Down.
Also in the show, some forays into the archives with 1930s jazz singer Mildred Bailey, and composer and performance artist Charlemagne Palestine.
Produced by Chris Elcombe for Reduced Listening.