An astonishing 84 minutes for solo cello, justly intonated by LaMonte Young.
Reaching beyond our world, the thing in all its magnificence, the butterfly on your hand. The violinist, composer, improviser and interdisciplinary artist discusses three important albums.
Divine possession, accessing a communal psyche, opening quantum windows. The guitar player and electroacoustic composer discusses three important albums.
Mum meets the Beatles, live environment failures, waves of transformative energy. The composer of experimental and electroacoustic music discusses three important albums.
Misaligned rhythms in fierce sunlight.
Stretched instruments, drudging through the mud, Kanye on the space highway. The Brooklyn-based Asian American musician and composer discusses three important albums.
Sulphur and molasses, museums and ice cream, reverence for the beautiful. The avant garde ballard-purveyor discusses three important albums.
Potent epiphany fuel for drums, electronics, guitar and poem, featuring contributions on woodwind from Kim Soo Min.
Wombic alien mechanics, circuit-bent FIFA, worldbuilding soundtrack serendipity. The Syrian-born, Sweden-based artist discusses three important albums.
Self-imposed hardware restraint, sleights of syncopation, exquisite hi-hat tones.