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Anderson .Paak performs his single 'Jet Black' and covers 'Old Town Road'.
Anderson .Paak performs his single 'Jet Black' for Live Lounge month and covers a smooth version of 'Old Town Road' by Lil Nas X ft Billy Ray Cyrus.
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Konfrontationen Festival 40th Anniversary
Live music from the 40th edition of Konfrontationen festival in Austria.
Corey presents live music from the Konfrontationen festival in Austria. Featuring Hamid Drake and Irène Schweizer, and hip-hop meets improv in the post-apocalyptic powerhouse Anguish.
Corey Mwamba presents live music from the Konfrontationen festival. For the last 40 years the small town of Nickelsdorf on the Austrian/Hungarian border becomes a hub for the best new free and improvised music across central Europe. Tonight Corey features highlights from a freely improvised set by US drummer Hamid Drake and Swiss pianist Irène Schweizer, and the hip-hop meets improv post-apocalyptic powerhouse Anguish featuring Will Brooks, Mats Gustafsson, Hans Joachim Irmler, Mike Mare and Andreas Werliin.
Also in the show: music from pianist/composer Satoko Fujii and drummer Taysuya Yoshida's new album Baikamo that’s full of playful energy; and psychedelic otherworldly sounds from Leverton Fox.
Tender, melancholic and hopeful sounds from a Greek trio called TUSK
Tender, melancholic and hopeful sounds from a Greek trio called TUSK and a performance of George Lewis’s group improvisation inspired by Parisian shopping arcades.
Tender, melancholic and hopeful sounds from a Greek trio called TUSK who make short nostalgic pieces that draw on psychedelia, noise and electronic music. We'll also hear more music from the American composer George Lewis as recorded at Bergen's experimental music festival Borealis, following the first instalment from that concert in the New Music Show.
The long-running Italian band Anatrofobia return with a new release of spacious, textural interplay and a new member, the vocalist Cristina Trotto Gatta. They’ve been described by the critic Nazim Comunale as "too cultured and cerebral for jazzcore, too punk for academic circles, too quiet for lovers of the more physical free, too intelligent for those who believe that a saxophone means necessarily jazz."
Produced by Rebecca Gaskell
A Reduced Listening production for Radio 3
Dulcet tones on a dulcitone
Corey Mwamba presents Adam Fairhall performing on a prepared dulcitone.
Corey Mwamba presents Adam Fairhall performing on a prepared dulcitone that evokes the sound of an African balafon. Plus, music from saxophonist Tim Hill's new quartet.
Corey Mwamba presents Adam Fairhall performing on a dulcitone, a keyboard instrument from the 19th century, which he prepares in a way that evokes the sound of an African balafon, played in a way that’s inspired by the fast repeating figures of Keith Tippett. Plus there’s music from Tim Hill’s new quartet based on the piano-less groups of Ornette Coleman and Anthony Braxton, and a track by bandleader Laura Cole with her octet Metamorphic.
Angel Bat Dawid
Live music from Angel Bat Dawid's set at the London Jazz Festival.
Corey Mwamba presents highlights from Chicago vocalist and clarinet player Angel Bat Dawid's set at the London Jazz Festival, plus new music from viola player Mat Maneri.
Angel Bat Dawid brought a free and spiritual jazz sound forged in her hometown of Chicago to the Clore Ballroom last November for the London Jazz Festival. Corey Mwamba presents the closing section of her set alongside some sage advice from Angel on the importance of listening.
Viola player Mat Maneri’s calm and reflective playing is informed by the vibratoless tone of Baroque music and the melodic language of Paul Bley; we hear music from his new quartet album Dust. Plus vocalist Fay Victor presents her reaction to the modern way of life together with cellist Marika Hughes and saxophonist Darius Jones and a live recording from British bassist Barry Guy’s 70th birthday concert.
High-energy exploratory improvisation and razor-sharp polyrhythms hosted by Corey Mwamba.
Corey presents high-energy exploratory improvisation and razor-sharp polyrhythms from a trio called Taupe and the debut duo album by Steve Beresford and John Butcher.
Corey Mwamba presents high-energy exploratory improvisation and razor-sharp polyrhythms from a trio called Taupe and the debut full-length album by saxophonist John Butcher and Steve Beresford, who plays electronics and objects. Plus a chance to bathe in some luscious low end, with a track featuring two organs and two bass clarinets recorded in a reverberant church.
Produced by Rebecca Gaskell
A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 3
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