Sound Lounge for Friday 2 September 2016
Jeff Henderson's pick for RNZ Concert's 2016 round of Settling the Score
JOHN RIMMER The Exotic Circle
The College Consort
Settling the Score is New Zealand’s annual competition to decide the most popular classical music in the country. Each year we ask listeners to vote for their favourite classical music, the votes are tallied, and then the complete countdown is broadcast on RNZ Concert. Voting is open from 22 August until 23 September 2016.
Danish Superstar Puce Mary, the new sound in industrial noise music.
PUCE MARY: The Spiral; Plus Night is Trap II; The Temptation to Exist
Posh Isolation 169
BBC Proms: Marlos Nobre
As RNZ Concert continues coverage of the Proms, just weeks after the live concerts in London, we’re focusing on the contemporary composers featured at the Proms here in Sound Lounge. This week:
MARLOS NOBRE: Biosfera
Chamber Orchestra of Radio MEC, Brazil
Q Disc 97006
More from Jeff Henderson
The brilliant Jeff Henderson is based in Auckland where he heads up Audio Foundation. He also runs a record label based in WGN - iiii [four eyes] records. Music from Snouts and newest band, Dreamville.
SNOUTS: Kopi Cat
Jeff Henderson (sax), Phil Dryson (gtr) , Chris O'Connor (drums)
DREAMVILLE: Unnamed, recorded live at Meow Cafe, Wellington
Trevor Reekie talks to cellist Vanessa Lucas-Smith about the album recorded in the vast refugee camp in Calais, known by its inhabitants as The Jungle.
KEVIN O’CONNNEL: Symphony
RTÉ National SO/Gavin Maloney
RTÉ Lyric FM CD 144
11:00 New Music Dreams
AETHENOR: A selection from the album Hazel
VHF Records vhf 140
AETHENOR:A selection from the album Deep in Ocean Sunk the Lamp
VHF Records vhf 97