Anne Hilde Neset with Jenny Hval's mixtape
Provocative Norwegian polymath Jenny Hval is the latest compiler of the Late Juncton mixtape. Plus, hear a selection of David Toop's Dirty Songs.
Continuing a week of broadcasts from Oslo, provocative Norwegian polymath Jenny Hval is the latest compiler of the Late Junction mixtape. She has 30 minutes to make her musical mark on the programme.
As a recording artist, writer and performer, Jenny Hval is a formidable experimental force. Across several solo albums she has seamlessly sewn together musical, literary, and visual modes of expression, creating work that is at once accessible and obscure. Her other work includes a novel, poetry, journalism, a book of feminist essays, sound installations, and even a Master's thesis on Kate Bush.
Also on the programme tonight: Arctic electronica, spiritual new age music based on liquid teleportation, and David Toop's Dirty Songs.
Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.