All posts by Jack Chuter
Volcanic psychedelia, flanger sweep obsessions, monuments in the mountains. The musician, poet and teacher discusses three important albums.
Drones, jittering microsound, contradictory modes of time.
Giddy tilts on the American Southwest. Improvisations for percussion and saxophone.
Listening to assholes, inner/outer presentations of self, power chords over trap beats. The Texas-based artist discusses three important albums.
Repetition wielded as adhesive-by-force.
Piano, cassette, sampler, ambiguity, transit.
MIDI instruments and circuit-bent interruption, courtesy of the composer behind My Panda Shall Fly.
Excursions into outer jazz, marbles against metal, empty Tokyo streets. The New York composer, performer and sound designer discusses three important albums.
Signal and noise slide down the slope of decay.
Rickety improvisations for two saxes and drums.