BBC Radio 3 Late Junction: Subterranean Sounds …anhören …

Verity Sharp digs deep to uncover the sounds of the underground. Prepare to do some deep listening and tap into the world beneath our feet as Late Junction goes subterranean.

With our sonic archaeologist hard-hats on we delve into the ambient reverb of an underground water cistern with Pauline Oliveros and her Deep Listening Band, as well as traditional coal mining songs from the northern shore of Japan’s Kyushu Island and the British industrial revolution. Experience the sounds of tree roots growing underwater as recorded by sound artist Patrick Farmer and some roots reggae from dub pioneer Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry. Plus immersive sounds from the artist Sandra Crisp, whose work explores the sites of ancient underground rivers beneath London.

Produced by Katie Callin.
A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 3.

1 Laraaji – This Too Shall Pass

2 Emptyset – Chislehurst Mine – Kent, England 02.11.12

3 Steve Earle & The Dukes – Devil Put The Coal In The Ground

4 Lee “Scratch” Perry – Underground Root

5 Patrick Farmer – Brocket Hall Tree Roots Underwater

6 Maurício Takara & Carla Boregas – Linha D’Agua

7 Tony Allen, Hugh Masekela & Matthew Herbert – We’ve Landed (Matthew Herbert’s Absence Dub Remix)

8 Cinder Well – From Behind The Curtain

9 Kanako Horiuchi – Hope

10 Natalia Paruz – Another Earth

11 Pepe Deluxé – In The Cave

12 Group from Joban – Coal miner’s songs of Joban

13 Deep Listening Band – CCCC (Cistern Chapel Chance Chants)

14 Chicago Underground Quartet – Unique Spiral

15 Taeko Ohnuki – Dobutsu Puzzle (feat. Oshare TV)

16 Afel Bocoum – Penda Djiga

17 Diamanda Galás – Skotoseme

18 Metadevice – Hegemony of Homogeneity

19 Fragile Self – Influx In Flux

20 Coober Pedy University Band – Kookaburra

21 Sandra Crisp – Mapping London’s Subterranean Rivers

22 Louis Killen – The Coalowner And The Pitman’s Wife

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