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Fiona Talkington with Tayo Popoola

DJ, musician and podcaster Tayo Popoola drops by to help select songs for the evening, alongside a rare reissue of a Roland Kayn opus charting the history of electronic music.

DJ, musician, presenter, party promoter, radio producer and podcaster Tayo Popoola joins Fiona to select some fresh songs for the evening. His areas of expertise include house, hip hop and Nigerian music.

Also in the programme: a rare reissue of an old Roland Kayn opus comprehensively charts the history of electronic music; Sote's new album marries traditional and futuristic Iranian sounds; and we dig into the output of Discwoman, a collective promoting the interests of female-identifying artists in current club culture.

Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Wed 22 Nov 2017 23:00

Music Played

  • Clarinet Factory & Alan Vitouš

    Co Se Stalo? = What's Up

    • Out Of Home.
    • Supraphon.
  • Alexander Gretchaninov

    Lord, Now Lettest Thou Thy Servant, Op 34 No 1 = Nïne Otpushchayeshï

    Choir: Holst Singers. Conductor: Stephen Layton.
    • Vespers.
    • Hyperion ‎.
  • Sote

    Holy Error

    • Sacred Horror In Design.
    • Opal Tapes.
  • Oreka Tx

    Keinuka Ilargiari

    • Quercus Endorphina.
    • Elkarlanean.
  • Tony Allen & Elvin Brandhi


    • Late Junction Collaboration Session.
  • Ebenezer Obey

    Olowo Laiye Mo

    • Evergreen Songs Origina 14.
    • Ebenezer Obey Music Co. Ltd.
  • Alhadji Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group

    Egbe Omojaiyejaiye Shagamu

    • Untitled.
    • Star Records.
  • N'Kouri

    I Take You My Feeling

    • Percussions.
  • Christopher Fox

    Escalation (feat. Heather Roche)

    • Headlong.
  • The Incredible String Band

    Ducks On A Pond

    • Wee Tam & The Big Huge.
    • Elektra.
  • Bare Bones

    (A Heavy Feather)

    • Reliquary (Parts I -VII).
  • Umfang


    • Symbolic Use Of Light.
    • Technicolour.
  • Ziúr


    • U Feel Anything?.
    • Planet Mu.
  • Cambodian Space Project

    Pros Kangaroo (Kangaroo Boy)

    • 2011: A Space Odyssey.
    • Metal Postcard.
  • The Remote Viewers

    The Night Before The Journey

    • Last Man in Europe.
  • Esemble Vox Clamantis, Jaan-Eik Tulve, Jean-Pascal Ollivry, Kadri Hunt & Mikk Üleoja

    Mâtines du jeudi saint: Deuxième leçon (Ton de silos)

    • Ieremias.
    • Arion.
  • Roland Kayn


    • A Little Electronic Milky Way Of Sound.
    • Frozen Reeds.
  • Jim O’Rourke

    Through The Night Softly

    • Eureka.
    • P-Vine Records.


  • Wed 22 Nov 2017 23:00

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