BBC Radio 3 Late Junction: Dream on …!

Late Junction’s month-long season traversing the world of dreams continues as Verity Sharp shares a unique commission from producer, vocalist and DJ Coby Sey.

In collaboration with the artist Sam Potter and his AI dream machine, Late Junction is spending June delving into our communal subconscious. Having been fed the dreams of Late Junction listeners, the AI has created new texts which we’ve given to a selection of composers to transform into new music. This week, south-east London’s Coby Sey shares his interpretation of one of our communal dreams.

Elsewhere there’s plenty of new releases, from the frenetic hip hop of Niger’s Mamaki Boys to the meditative minimalism of the Powers / Rolin Duo from Ohio. Plus, a brand new reimagined soundtrack to the 1972 Soviet sci-fi film Solaris from Kevin Richard Martin, aka The Bug.

Produced by Katie Callin
A Reduced Listening Production for BBC Radio 3



1 Lou Reed & John Cale – A Dream

2 Brother May – Yoga Flame

3 dal:um – TAL

4 Johnny Flynn & Robert Macfarlane – Bonedigger

5 Herbert – The Way (feat. Y’akoto)

6 Berke Can Özcan – Giant’s Sleep

7 Various Artists – Radio Calcutta #1

8 Juana Molina – El Desconfiado

9 Powers / Rolin Duo – Drifts

10 Coby Sey – Lapping of Somnus

11 Coby Sey – Turning of Somnus

12 Kangundo D Boys – Mbarak Mwinshehe

13 David Toop – Sheep Wind Fence Flute, Recorded On Dartmoor, 1971

14 Bell Lungs – Phosphodendrophobia

15 Siti Muharam – Kijiti

16 Matthew E. White & Lonnie Holley – Broken Mirror (A Selfie Reflection) / Composition 9

17 Τάσος Στάμου – Markos‘ Dream

18 Yosuke Tokunaga – MEZZO TINTS

19 Los Pirañas – Espiritu de los seres humanos

20 Mamaki Boys – Takkai

21 Kevin Richard Martin – Solaris

22 Sally Decker – The Loss

23 Masayoshi Fujita – Cumulonimbus Dream

24 Marcia Griffiths – Dreamland

25 Kamasi Washington – Final Thought

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