All posts by Jack Chuter
Toilets on heads, high frequency feedback devastation, hot pink harsh noise. The New York-based vocalist from Sydney, Australia discusses three important albums.
Breton folk, medieval music and a flock of music languages meet in the blustering outdoors.
Drumsticks into sawdust, ripping off Harvey Milk, going crazy for the Blind Owl. The BIG|BRAVE guitarist discusses three important albums.
Analogic drone design / the chemical dance of iron and steel production.
Thrash at the rehearsal room, transcending cheap music, collapsing nature and artifice. The analog noise artist discusses three important albums.
Folk tradition and the eternally searching self.
Giddy love songs for splayed electronic presets.
The opposite of politeness, sucky sucky bloodsuckers, ego destruction on the subway. The two improvisatory collaborators discuss their important albums.
Sudden tumbles and harnessed echoes, in a beautiful set of percussive improvisations by Marshall Trammell.
Snot-caked pants, wild banshee shit, the cadence and emphasis of Robert Ashley. The New York-based composer and multi-instrumentalist discusses three important albums.