BBC Radio 3 Late Junction: Music for daydreams!

Have we lost the art of doing nothing? We live in a world that reveres the busy and productive, but what about the daydreamers and the dropouts? While many of us are forced to redraw our daily routines, we pause to ask how music can help us discover a different internal rhythm and question how we think about purpose.

The writer and psychoanalyst Josh Cohen joins us to discuss the importance of music that slackens the pace, attuning us to slower, more drifting states of mind – boredom, weariness, ‘infinite languor’ and pure consciousness. Elsewhere we float down stream with Australian composer Tilman Robinson’s sonic reflections on the anthropocene, a new release from Russian artist Kate NV and the sound of metallic objects pulled into focus by Electric Indigo, founder of female: pressure, an international platform for female, transgender and non-binary artists involved in electronic music.

Produced by Alannah Chance. A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 3

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1 Eszterlánc – Elvesz A Nyom

2 The Still – The Surely

3 Kate NV – Sayonara

4 Lankum – The Granite Gaze

5 Tilman Robinson – We Came For Your Riches

6 Electric Indigo – Ferrum 8

7 The Heavenly Gospel Singers – Precious Lord, Take My Hand

8 Maurice Ravel – Trois Poèmes De Stéphane Mallarmé: Soupir

9 Alice Coltrane – Turiya and Ramakrishna

10 Cecil Taylor – Calling It The 9th

11 Menzi – GQOM Tera (feat. Ecko Bazz)

12 The Cheese Band – I Like Cheese

13 Gundecha Brothers – Raga Komal Rishabh Asavari: Alap

14 Tom Waits – Rain Dogs

15 Beatriz Ferreyra – La Ba-Balle du Chien-Chien a la Me-Mere

16 Linda Perhacs – Parallelograms

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