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This playlist is a soundtrack to our Youth, Noise and Freedom feature and it's our spunkiest yet, with tracks from Glenn Branca, The Julie Mittens, John Butcher and, of course, SPUNK.
Get to know the work of guitar legend and avant-garde composer Glenn Branca with our playlist. Then read our profile here ready to hear from the great man himself at the pre concert talk on as well as a premiere of a new piece at hcmf// 2012.
A first listen to some of the composers and performers at hcmf// 2012, including composer-in-residence Maja Ratkje, Crash Ensemble and The Arditti Quartet.
More hcmf// 2011 related music for your delight, including Annie Gosfield, Mary Bellamy and Anton Lukoszevieze.
Our first playlist for hcmf// 2011! And we're happy to report that there is an abundance of Festival-related music to be found on Spotify these days. Just a shame they standardised the Premium accounts. Still, save your free minutes for this - you'll like it. More to come.
Part two of our playlists celebrating this year's Norway connection. This time we take in the wider Norwegian scene, including Jaga Jazzist, In The Country and Lindstrom.
More artists from hcmf// 2010.
This year's hcmf// has a strong Norway connection - our latest sampler gives you a taster of Arne Nordheim, Frode Haltli, Rolf Wallin and others.
Sample some of the artists and composers at hcmf// 2010.
Dr Fred Frith received an honorary doctorate from the University of Huddersfield in 2010. Here's a selection of music from his illustrious career.
A John Cage retrospective.
An hcmf alumni playlist, featuring works by John Cage, Brian Eno and Noriko Kawai.
'Laptop Revolutionaries', featuring Four Tet, Mira Calix and Flying Lotus.
Featuring Anthony Braxton, Louis Andriessen and ELISION.