All posts by Jack Chuter
12 seconds of Stockhausen, high-altitude Frank Ocean, the brilliance of SOPHIE. The Vancouver-based composer and music educator discusses three important albums.
A lattice of paradoxes. No-directional black hole rhythms.
Sitting in a room, Hip Hop Connections, looking for a breadfruit tree. The Blackburn-based artist, radio DJ, podcast producer and lecturer discusses three important albums.
An improvised pipa duet between present and past selves, lightly adorned with electronic patching.
Releasing your giant, rural music in the city, stealing the cat from the temple. The Bangkok-based artist discusses three important albums.
Water, feedback, cycles, sound, reflection, complexity, etcetera.
Gigantic summonings for guitar and drums.
Augmented improvisations for saxophone at voice. The definitive shedding of the past / the acquisition of an unknown state of being.
Invocations for judgement and destruction, sons of nature, reimagining the music of Indonesia. Wukir Suryadi and Rully Shabara discuss three important albums.
Violence sprouting from a ravaged metropolis.