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Verity Sharp with Stephen Prince

Verity is joined by wyrd folk and hauntology enthusiast Stephen Prince, plus Sarah Davachi's electro-acoustic vocal treatments and raga rotations from violinist Jyotsna Srikanth.

Verity is joined by wyrd folk and hauntology enthusiast Stephen Prince. Stephen puts out records and books under the name A Year In The Country that celebrate otherly pastoralism and the further reaches of folk. Tonight he shares records that revel in nostalgia for a mis-remembered past and quiet unsettling atmospheres.

Verity adds her own seasonal flavour with springtime tracks from The Hare And The Moon and Neil McSweeney. South Indian violinist Jyotsna Srikanth basks in raga rotations and there's celestial siren calls created through electro-acoustic vocal treatments by composer Sarah Davachi.

Produced by Rebecca Gaskell for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • The Hare and the Moon

    May Day

    • The Hare And The Moon.
    • Reverb Worship.
  • Rattle

    All Over The Place

    • Livas / All Over The Place.
    • God Unknown Records.
  • Hatis Noit

    Anagram C.I.Y

    • Illogical Dance.
    • Erased Tapes.
  • George Antheil

    Mechanisms 3

    Performer: Daniele Lombardi.
    • Futurpiano.
    • Nuova Era.
  • Robin Williamson


    • The Iron Stone.
    • ECM Records.
  • Jyotsna Srikanth


    • Call of Bangalore.
    • Riverboat.
  • The Body

    Can Carry No Weight (feat. Kristin Hayter)

    • I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer..
    • Thrill Jockey.
  • The Advisory Circle

    And The Cuckoo Comes

    • Mind How You Go.
    • Ghost Box.
  • Trader Horne

    Morning Way

    • Gather In The Mushrooms (The British Acid Folk Underground 1968-1974).
    • Castle Music.
  • Cat’s Eyes

    The Duke Of Burgundy

    • The Duke Of Burgundy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
    • RAF Records.
  • Malphino

    Kemu Kemu

    • Visit Malphino.
    • Lex Records.
  • Sugai Ken


    • Tele-N-Tech-Da.
    • Discrepant ‎.
  • Javiera González

    The Beat Is On

    • The Beat Is On.
    • Foom.
  • The Inward Circles

    The Soul Subsisting

    • And Right Lines Limit And Close All Bodies.
    • Corbel Stone Press.
  • Sarah Davachi

    For Voice

    • All My Circles Run.
    • Students Of Decay ‎.
  • Albaitil Ashwai

    Al Sama'a

    • Nuun.
    • Mostakell.
  • Neil McSweeney

    Land of Cockaigne

    • A Coat Worth Wearing.
    • Hudson Records Ltd..


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