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Nick Luscombe

A couple of pieces by composer Julius Eastman, a trio of tracks from actor-musician John Lurie, and a selection of the best Late Junction sessions of 2017.

Another evening's adventure in music, merrily organised and rolled out by your host Nick Luscombe.

Listen to hear a warped Christmas song from experimental guitarist Bill Orcutt, acouple of pieces by radical composer Julius Eastman, a trio of tracks from actor and avant-garde musician John Lurie, as well as a selection of the best Late Junction collaboration sessions of 2017 so far.

Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Marvin Pontiac

    I Want To Get Out Of Here

    • Marvin Pontiac: The Asylum Tapes.
    • Strange & Beautiful Music.
  • Julius Eastman

    Joy Boy

    Ensemble: S.E.M. Ensemble.
    • Recorded live on Wednesday, November 6, 1974 at Composers Forum in Albany, The A.
    • frozen reeds.
  • Mahdyar

    Vow

    • Seized.
    • Kowloon Records.
  • Tanya Tagaq & Ash Koosha

    Late Junction Session Track 4

    • Late Junction Collaboration session.
  • Lydian Collective

    Thirty One

    • Adventure.
  • Anna Meredith

    Sarabande for Zamboni

  • Robert Crouch

    Coda (Sailing Stones)

    • Sublunar.
    • Touch.
  • Susanna Grant, Jo Morris & Darren Hayman

    Rabbit

    • Let’s Get Lost.
  • John Lurie

    Flutter

    • Fishing With John (Original Music From The Series By John Lurie).
    • Strange & Beautiful Music ‎.
  • Hector Plimmer & Sarathy Korwar

    Shiver (Sarathy Korwar Remix)

    • Bulb.
    • Albert's Favourites.
  • Peter Broderick & Peter Liversidge

    Apply the Breaks. (feat. David Allred)

    • Late Junction collaboration session.
  • Tony Allen & Pat Thomas

    Duet

    • Late Junction collaboration session.
  • The Lounge Lizards

    Voice Of Chunk

    • Voice Of Chunk.
    • veraBra Records ‎.
  • Timothy Shepard

    diminué non fini (harp-on)

  • Bill Orcutt

    White Christmas

    • A History Of Every One.
    • Editions Mego.

Broadcast

  • Wed 13 Dec 2017 23:00

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