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Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt examines the spaces between the notes of Joanna Brouk's electronic composition, the joys of Ghanaian highlife and a reggae hit with a beat as crisp as a new shirt.

Max Reinhardt examines the slowed down virtuosity of Joanna Brouk's electronic composition as she says "it's the space between the notes where things started happening". Plus the joys of Ghanaian highlife and African cha cha courtesy of Ignace De Souza and a reggae hit with a beat as crisp as a new shirt from Lee 'Scratch' Perry's The Upsetters.

Produced by Rebecca Gaskell for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

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  • Don Cherry

    Bamako Love

    • Home Boy, Sister Out.
    • Wewantsounds.
  • Olivia Chaney


    • Shelter.
    • Nonesuch.

    Three Way Mirror

    • Kit Records/Reckno/videogamemusic..
  • Julian Skar

    Exhaust/Renew II for piano trio

    Performer: Ingrid Andsnes. Ensemble: Ensemble Ernst.
    • Julian Skar: Exhaust / Renew.
    • Aurora.
  • Fran & Flora

    Mayn Rue Platz

    • BBC Introducing.
  • Skinny Pelembe

    Spit Swallow

    • BBC Introducing.


    • Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides.
    • Transgressive.
  • Joanna Brouk

    The Space Between

    • The Space Between.
    • Hummingbird Productions ‎.
  • Ignace De Souza & The Melody Aces

    Asaw Fofor

    • African Scream Contest 2.
    • Analog Africa.
  • Shygirl


    • Cruel Practice.
    • NUXXE.
  • Sylvain Chauveau & Chant 1450 Renaissance Ensemble

    A Los Maitines Era + Por Unos Puertos

  • Hannah Peel & Erland Cooper

    Particle G1

    • Particles In Space.
    • My Own Pleasure.
  • The Upsetters

    Man From M.I.5

    • Return Of Django / Eastwood Rides Again.
    • Doctor Bird.
  • Recorded by Cathy Fitzgerald

    Bear and cubs

    • Hush for BBC World Service.
  • Recorded by Cathy Fitzgerald

    Bear eats microphone

    • Hush for BBC World Service.
  • Recorded by Cathy Fitzgerald

    Wolf Jazz

    • Hush for BBC World Service.


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