All posts by Jack Chuter

Crucial Listening #79: Dalibor Cruz

Slipping into the bloodstream, reassembling the alien spacecraft, addictive polyrhythms. The Honduran-American producer discusses three important albums.

Review: Genrietta – Park Kulturi

Recollections of Moscow from Israel. Glittered power stations, labyrinthine underpasses.

Review: Biliana Voutchkova – Seeds Of Songs

Voice, violin and the act of listening, negotiating the desires for expression and balance.

Crucial Listening #78: Kevin Martin (The Bug)

Jaw on the floor, zoning into spirituality, bastardised reggae basslines. The multidimensional musician and producer discusses three important albums.

Review: Bahía Mansa – La Orilla en la Que Habito

A convergence of the human, the animal, the botanical.

Review: NOMON – Card II

Two percussionists thriving off deep inner connection and eclectic outer influence.

Review: Beachers – The Interview

Loitering in the interstice.

Crucial Listening #77: Marshall Trammell

Going beyond the bandstand, simultaneous multidimensionality, searching for fire. The music research strategist and insurgent learning workshop co-ordinator discusses three important albums.

Review: lauroshilau – live at Padova

Vigilant improvisation for sax, drums and electronics projected from an vigorous state of awareness.

Crucial Listening #76: Charmaine Lee

Toilets on heads, high frequency feedback devastation, hot pink harsh noise. The New York-based vocalist from Sydney, Australia discusses three important albums.