Max Reinhardt with a Chaines mixtape
Dark and disturbing electro-acoustic composer Chaines has thirty minutes to make an impact with their mix. Plus sweet and tender music from Sharon Van Etten and Anna & Elizabeth.
Dark and disturbing electro-acoustic composer-producer Chaines aka Cee Haines has thirty minutes to make an impact with their mix. Expect to hear Claude Debussy, Laurence Lek, Joanna Newsom, and even Evanescence included within.
Haines is a Manchester-based musician who has collaborated extensively with the London Contemporary Orchestra, with commissions performed at The Roundhouse, Union Chapel, Printworks, and Tate Modern. Their second album 'The King' was released to much acclaim and BBC radio play in March. As the latest artist asked to contribute a Late Junction Mixtape, they follow in the footsteps of recent guest compilers Otomo Yoshihide, Jim O'Rourke, and Alasdair Roberts.
Also tonight: Max adds some light touches to the darkness, with sweet and tender music from Sharon Van Etten and Anna & Elizabeth.
Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.