All posts by Jack Chuter
Drums and electronics as one. Tangled wiring and restricted movement.
Soft throbs of dub. A stagnating mist.
Laughing coats, booing the Blockheads, roller-skate disco. The New York guitarist discusses three important albums.
Artificial wildlife. Upending an infinite crate of colour and chime.
The farts, hallucinations and passing of a young cat.
A crateful of improvisation and collage, experienced through the lens of the bass guitar.
The prolific improvisatory duo discuss landing the space, freedom in the Black Bunker and their new album “Colony”.
Vintage clarinet dispersed across weather systems.
Cold, hard beats. Chaos getting the better of rhythmic regimen.
Nhung Nguyen and Maria Papadomanolaki discuss dream analyses, finding beauty within the ordinary and their new collaborative album, Little Things.