All posts by Jack Chuter
The New York-based musician discusses proto-VR, productive procrastination and new record “Body Consonance”.
Consequence, urgency, interconnectivity. Deliberative musique concréte compressed into the present tense.
Strange fog and irrefutable machinery.
The ocean gathering and receding in my ears, courtesy of organ, cello and electronics. A 20-minute eternity.
In the first instalment of our TAIWANESE EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC PREVIEW, event organiser Lucia H Chung discusses improvisatory immediacy, no-input feedback and the distance from home.
Acousmatic black metal from Italy, based on Karlheinz Stockhausen’s opera “Licht: die sieben Tage der Woche”.
Another instalment of nula.cc’s 200-strong archive of filecasts, furthering his documentation of sound, culture and sensory experience.
Dispatches from space, tuning downward, chasing Coltrane. The Enablers vocalist talks about three important albums.
Jasmine Pender discusses singing in public, strange voices on the Isle of Barra and new album “The Nightwatchman Sings”.
Two live performances from the Japanese psychedelic synthesiser extraordinaire, recorded in 1979 and 1980.