Verity Sharp plays music from the margins for the curious of ear. Rare creole music from Guadeloupe, Lollywood soundtracks and lacerating violin improvisation.
Verity Sharp plays music from the margins including rare creole music from Guadeloupe, skewed electronics from the fringes of Lollywood, Lahore's lesser known film industry, and Laura Cannell probes the areas where the ancient and the modern collide with a series of lacerating violin improvisations alongside partner André Bosman.
We also look ahead to boutique art and music festival Port Elliot which is coming up later this month in Cornwall and features Late Junction favourites Nabihah Iqbal, Erland Cooper and Stick in the Wheel among others.
Produced by Alannah Chance for Reduced Listening.