Freeness has teamed up with Late Junction, our sibling show for adventurous music on Radio 3 to curate a stage at this year’s TUSK festival. A revered annual festival for experimental sounds based in Newcastle, TUSK is happening virtually this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Together we’ve invited three ensembles to BLANK studios to record an exclusive, socially distanced session for broadcast across both programmes. On the bill is a first-time collaboration between electronic artist Stephen Bishop and turntablist Mariam Rezaei; the left-field folk duo of Cath and Phil Tyler and a new quartet called Caröm put together by the double-bassist Andy Champion, a central figure on the North East jazz scene. And if that still isn’t enough, there are also highlights from the rest of TUSK VIrtual 2020‘s exciting line up. Produced by Rebecca Gaskell A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 3

Playlist:

1 Andy Champion, Phil Tyler & Christian Alderson – The Agrestic Order

2 Mariam Rezaei & Cath Tyler – Cuckoo Pint

3 Yoni Silver – Trunk Lift

4 Cath & Phil Tyler – Whip Poor Will / King Henry

5 Cath & Phil Tyler – Dying Boy

6 Caröm – Golf With Sausages

7 Caröm – Rustling Bromeliads

8 Yol and Sharon Gal – Extract

9 Rhodri Davies – Extract

10 Territorial Gobbing – Extract

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