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Verity Sharp with Gazelle Twin

Is British culture getting weirder? Gazelle Twin gives her answer ahead of her performance at the Late Junction Festival. Music by James Yorkston and composer Evelyn Saylor.

Is British culture getting weirder? Electronic artist Gazelle Twin joins Verity Sharp to give her answer ahead of her performance at the Late Junction Festival. Also in the show, Scottish songwriter James Yorkston with a track from his first solo album in five years; and Verity introduces an exciting young composer - Evelyn Saylor - and work that reclaims early minstrel banjo music to tell a previously untold history of African-American ancestors.

Produced by Rebecca Gaskell.
A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 3.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Anastasia

    Breathing Techniques

    • Paradisia V.
    • Gang Of Ducks ‎.
  • Ytponomeutaneko

    Tous Les Rochers

    • The Invisible and Divided Sea.
    • Bearsuit Records.
  • Trio Heinz Herbert

    Kohäsion

    • Yes.
    • Intakt.
  • James Yorkston

    My Mouth Ain't No Bible

    • THE ROUTE TO THE HARMONIUM.
    • Domino.
  • Gazelle Twin

    Little Lambs

    • Pastoral.
    • Anti-Ghost Moon Ray Records.
  • CHAINES

    MARY

    • The King.
    • Slip.
  • Mira Calix

    Upper Ups

    • Utopia EP.
    • Warp.
  • Alfred Schnittke

    Organ Piece No.2 (2 Small Organ Pieces)

    Choir: The USSR Ministry Of Culture Chamber Choir. Conductor: Valery Kuzmich Polyansky.
    • Concerto For Choir / Two Small Pieces For Organ.
    • Melodiya.
  • Dave Kane

    Rip (for John Zorn)

    • Mysore Mornings.
    • self-release.
  • Zuhura Swaleh & Party

    SingeTema

    • Singe Tema: Taarab Special.
    • Buda.
  • Eden Evelyn Rosalina Porter

    The rich feel safe, and yet they have names

    Performer: Alex Shawver. Performer: Jacob Hord. Performer: Eden Porter. Performer: Chris Hoefflinger.
    • The rich feel safe, and yet they have names.
    • self-release.
  • Our Native Daughters, Rhiannon Giddens, Amythyst Kiah, Leyla McCalla & Allison Russell

    Mama's Cryin' Long

    • Songs of Our Native Daughters.
    • Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.
  • Evelyn Saylor

    Pulses Round

    • Pulses Round.
    • self-release.
  • Laura Cannell

    Striking The Lost Bells

    • The Sky Untuned.
    • Brawl Records.
  • Graham Lewis

    Quick Skin

    • All Over.
    • Editions Mego.

Broadcast

  • Tue 19 Feb 2019 23:00

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