Late Junction Sessions

Episodes

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37Late Junction20120531

Tonight, classic Congolese rumba from Kékélé, a dramatic electroacoustic piece called Vinylika by Mexico's Rogelio Sosa, the Breton group Soïg Sibéril and a take on Greensleeves from pianist Bugge Wesseltoft. Plus a session specially recorded last month in Bogotá with Colombian musicians Carlos Ivan Medina (keyboard) and Wilson Cifuentes (flutes and saxophone). With Verity Sharp.

38Late Junction20120621

Fiona Talkington's eclectic mix includes a specially recorded collaborative session recorded at Maida Vale Studios with Norwegian drummer Erland Dahlen and John Paul Jones

39Late Junction20120830

Max Reinhardt presents a session featuring Axel Krygier, Cibelle and Simon Limbrick.

Max Reinhardt bids a fond farewell to August 2012 with Lord Kitchener's London Is The Place For Me, Keeril Makan's Resonance Alloy, Berio's Sequenza #1 For Solo Flute and an intriguing Late Junction Session which brings together Argentina's multi-instrumentalist prankster Axel Krygier, Brazilian songstress Cibelle and London based composer and percussionist Simon Limbrick.

40Late Junction20121129

Fiona Talkington presents an eclectic sequence of music including an exclusive collaborative session featuring two musicians who have never worked together before: Finnish traditional "yoik" singer Wimme, and British beatboxer and vocal instrumentalist, David X.

Every month Late Junction invites musicians who have not recorded together before, to come together in the studio and create unique music for the show, combining different styles and traditions. This month's session is a real soundclash meeting between the tradional Sami yoik (a kind of Finnish yodelling) singing of Wimme, with the gritty percussive virtuosity of David X's beatboxing.

41Late Junction20121220

Under the tree, Max Reinhardt finds music from the Choir of Jesus College Cambridge, Lord Nelson, Sufjan Stevens and Baby Dee plus a Late Junction Session from Nils Frahm, Ghost Poet and Hyelim Kim. Plus a raga from Ravi Shankar each night in tribute to the passing of a major figure in 20th century music.