Lockdown-induced inertia expressed in heavy drones and restless drums by Sarah Heneghan, and palate-cleansing electronic artist SORBET releases an album of duos.
Lockdown-induced inertia expressed in heavy drones and restless drums by Sarah Heneghan on an aptly named track describing the winter months, Sleep Until Something Happens Again. Palate-cleansing electronic artist SORBET presents a cinematic, sci-fi-sounding duet with double bassist Jack Kelly. Plus, Corey selects a track from the latest Safe House Lock Down Sessions, a series of recordings built like a game of musical consequences: a solo improvisation is passed on to a second musician, who overlays their own improvisation before handing over to a third improviser to create a remotely recorded trio.
Produced by Rebecca Gaskell
A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 3
1 SORBET – (Paradise)
2 Clive Craske, Dan Powell & Dave Allen – J05 K06 L08
3 Sarah Heneghan – Sleep Until Something Happens Again
4 Athletic Progression – OSAKA
5 Isambard Khroustaliov – Faith Crash
6 Silke Eberhard Trio – Strudel
7 Andy Alston – Someone Called
8 Floorkin – 01:46 – Outro
9 Paul Dunmall & Mark Sanders – Henry Grimes