Crucial Listening #8: Jessica Moss


Interview: Haco

Photo by Masakazu Fukuta

Interview: Anji Cheung

Photo by Jose Ramón Caamaño

Crucial Listening #7: Sarah Davachi

Crucial Listening #8: Jessica Moss

Concerto storytelling, iso-polyphony, ensembles of weirdos. The Montreal-based violinist picks three important albums.

Review: Starving Poet – Eradicate Ex Machina

Scrunched up techno, visceral altitudes. The death of thinking straight.

Interview: Haco

The Japanese composer discusses nature, see-through voices and new album “Qoosui”.

Review: Ben Zucker – o ur gab

Mouth as gatekeeper, vessel, non-articulator. A vocal record upon which the voice is deliberately absent.

Review: Bosaina – New York April – July 2013 / Two Names Upon The Shore

The mess of life and cinematic narratives.

Interview: Anji Cheung

With the release of her new “Spirit As Creature” cassette on Utech, the London-based sound artist discusses trapped energy, circadian rhythm and flecks of gold.

Review: Rhythm Baboon – Baboonism

The whirl of the world, pressing down upon a palpitating heart of slurred self-talk and Chicago footwork homage.

Review: John Butcher – Resonant Spaces

A documentation of the saxophonist’s 2006 tour across the oil tanks, caves and ice houses of Scotland and Orkney.

Crucial Listening #7: Sarah Davachi

Psychedelic breakfast, compositional commentary, just intonation autopilot. The Montreal-based composer discusses three important albums.

Review: Adam McCartney – OEK

Cloud-like congealments of saxophones, accordion and harmonium.