All posts by Jack Chuter
Cello and Long String Instrument convey the duality of a coastal observer and the water before them.
War and the poetic potency of memory.
Dub reggae masterclass, cacophonous veganism, ambient treasure troves. The musician and producer discusses three important albums (and an honourable mention).
Dead-end pulses and no-input disappointment.
Waves of timelessness, electromagnetic chandelier recordings, Minilogue improvisations. The Nairobi-based sound artist discusses three (well, four) important albums.
Dawn walking and porous consciousness.
Computer artefacts in bloated 3D. Jellified interstice.
80 minutes of ash clouds, metallic diagonals and heated pothole debates.
Fearless four-track improvisations, spiritual jazz recurrence, manipulations of passing time. Lorena Quintanilla discusses three important albums.
Seven pieces of scrunched-up time.
Guitar shards, blown-out drum machines and processed poetry.