All posts by Jack Chuter
Review: Jamaica!! Meets Sly & The Family Drone – Celebrating The End Together In The Good Time Swamp
16 players, all the drums, chicaning trains, multidirectional frenzy.
Lost souls in a fishbowl, lushness and harmony, sanza psychedelia. The Kenyan composer and performer discusses three important albums.
“Railway trains only begin to exist when they are derailed…” – Georges Perec, The Infra-Ordinary (1973).
Cannonball of musicians being shot at a staircase, flying across the top of the mosh, sunlight in the white room. The Ireland-based, Australian-born artist discusses three important albums.
The debut Hard Return radio show on CAMP.
Resonating glass, the arsehole of Western music, shopping mall avant garde. The nomadic sound maker discusses three important albums.
Breaths threaded between thumps and scurries of percussion.
Orchestral drools, electronic flecks and vital ambiguity.
Out-of-time ska, home alone raves, smashing together American music. The live electronics improviser discusses three important albums.
Staring out over the water. Waiting for the call to resume.