All posts by Jack Chuter
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.
Bursts of violence / jolts of compassion.
Perfectly-executed snare drum drills via MIDI data and 808s.
Battling the beast of boredom, choosing the bloodstream over the live stream, being cooler than Santa Claus. The Portland-based abstract sound musician discusses three important albums.
A selection of ATTN’s favourite albums this year.
Ethereal spatiality, appropriated memories of home, millennial mythos. The multimedia artist from Mexico discusses three important albums.
Rolling around the coloured dyes of trial and error.
Ritualistic history, via the shapeshifting renewal of improvisation.