Main content
Sorry, this episode is not currently available

Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt digs deep into his record bag to find sonic inspiration, plus a preview of London's 'Baroque at the Edge' festival.

Max Reinhardt digs deep into his record bag to find sonic inspiration in ambient, electronic and folk music.

The show also shines a light on London's "Baroque at the Edge" festival, featuring performances from recorder virtuoso Tabea Debus and pianist Joanna MacGregor.

Produced by Tayo Popoola for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

Add music you love and enjoy it with My Tracks
  • Xenoula

    Tororoi

    • Xenoula.
    • Weird World.
  • Dadawah

    Run Come Rally

    • Peace And Love: Wadadasow.
    • Wild Flower ‎.
  • Makaya McCraven

    Venus Rising

    • Highly Rare.
    • International Anthem Recording Company.
  • Olivia Louvel

    My Crown (feat. Fiona Brice)

    • Data Regina.
    • Cat Werk Imprint.
  • Thomas Adès

    The Four Quarters

    Performer: Thomas Adès. Ensemble: Calder Quartet.
    • The Twenty-Fifth Hour: Chamber Music of Thomas Adès.
    • Signum.
  • Pye Corner Audio

    Resist

    • Where Things Are Hollow.
    • Lapsus Records.
  • Erroll Linton

    Wish You Would

    • Packing My Bags.
    • Bra$$dog Records.
  • Kim Myhr

    A

    • You / Me.
    • Hubro.
  • Dogo Suma

    TMK

    • Sounds Of Sisso.
    • Nyege Nyege Tapes.
  • Giona Vinti

    Dirge For A Friend

    • The Hanged Man Jazz Sessions.
    • Apparel Tronic.
  • Stijn Demeulenaere

    Latitudes 2016 (Excerpt)

    • Latitudes - September 2016.
    • silken tofu ‎.
  • Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

    To Follow & Lead

    • The Kid.
    • Western Vinyl.

Broadcast

Late Junction Albums of the Year 2018

Late Junction Albums of the Year 2018

Radio 3's adventurous music obsessives pick their records of the year.

The Late Junction Festival

The Late Junction Festival

Details of the first ever Late Junction festival, in partnership with the Barbican.

Is the synth the ultimate feminist instrument?

Is the synth the ultimate feminist instrument?

Five pioneering women and the technology they made their own...