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Heather Phillipson's Late Junction Mixtape

Artist and poet Heather Phillipson leads us on a trip through her collection of music and field recordings.

British artist Heather Phillipson works with video, sculpture, drawing and text, but also with spoken word - she's a published poet - and music. This mixtape of some of her influences and references reflects the spirit of collision and tonal shift that's present in her own creations - from creaturely Peruvian vocals to queer American rapper Le1f and poet Audre Lorde, via the sounds of whale sonar and a bullfinch.

Produced by Chris Elcombe for Reduced Listening.

30 minutes

Music Played

  • Longmeg

    Bobby La Ponge

    • Self-release.
  • Field Recording

    Bees in treetops

  • Arthur Askey

    Busy Bee

    • Wonders of the Wartime: Arthur Askey.
    • DLG Digital.
  • Field Recording

    Blue whale call

  • Boody & Le1f

    Soda

    • Liquid.
    • Boysnoize Records.
  • Yma Sumac

    Birds

    • Capitol Records.
  • Field Recording

    Chickens in a farmyard

  • Destiny

    Yaya

  • Field Recording

    Woodpeckers

  • Amazones de Guinée

    Samba

    • Samba.
    • Mr Bongo.
  • Field Recording

    Horse eating hay

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen

    Conductor: Bernard Haitink. Singer: Lucia Popp.
    • Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute).
    • EMI.
  • General Levy

    Betta bass - Jungle dub

    • Self-release.
  • Audre Lorde

    In bed, on watching TV

    • Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years.
  • Nina Simone

    Feelings

    • Live At Montreux 1976.
    • Eagle Records.

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