Oren Ambarchi is a guitarist, composer and musical polymath with a reputation for deconstructing genre; combining elements of free jazz, rock and contemporary composition.

His work hops from modern electronics to minimal improvisation; blistering noise to hushed songwriting, with an open-eared approach that he also brings to his label Black Truffle. For this mixtape he hand picks the most surprising cuts from his collection. Elsewhere we shine a light on a particular form of ‘Far East’ reggae from Jamaica which was developed by Chinese-Jamaican producers on the island, we hear the sounds of forests thinking as devised by Norwegian string duo Vilda & Inga and ‘imaginary island music’ by duo LAGOSS. Produced by Alannah Chance. A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 3.

Tracklist:

1 Gábor Szabó – Galatea’s Guitar

2 Oren Ambarchi – Simian Angel

3 Alvin Curran – Inner Cities 5 (1999)

4 Susanna Gartmayer & Christof Kurzmann – Dip

5 James Eastwood – Darkest Night

6 clipping. – Say the Name

7 Vilde&Inga – III

8 Gwenifer Raymond – Hell For Certain

9 Oren Ambarchi – Hubris (Part 2)

10 Dewa Alit & Gamelan Salukat – Genetic

11 Westside Gunn – Fly Shit (Instrumental)

12 Larry Coryell – Spaces (Infinite)

13 Lol Creme & Kevin Godley – Fireworks

14 Frank Zappa – Night School

15 Naná Vasconcelos – Chorágua

16 Albert Marcœur – Caresse-Moi

17 Arnold Dreyblatt & The Orchestra of Excited Strings – Side Band

18 Westside Gunn – Ringside Rocking Furs (feat. Keisha Plum & Tiona Deniece)

19 Menstruation Sisters – Consultancy

20 Bruce Ditmas – L’Unita

21 Annette Peacock – Until Untrust Unties

22 Caetano Veloso – A Grande Borboleta

23 Λένα Πλάτωνος – Bloody Shadows From Afar

24 Kyle Gann – The Day Revisited

25 Aquiles Navarro & Tcheser Holmes – A Night in NY

26 Mahalia Jackson – There Is No Color Line Around The Rainbow

27 Tomoko Sauvage – Metamorphosis

28 Hen Ogledd – Flickering Lights

29 Lorcán Mac Mathúna – An Rógaire Dubh

30 Lagoss – Chija

31 Ka Baird – West End

32 Jessica Ekomane – Solid Of Revolution

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