All posts by Jack Chuter
Slipping into the bloodstream, reassembling the alien spacecraft, addictive polyrhythms. The Honduran-American producer discusses three important albums.
Recollections of Moscow from Israel. Glittered power stations, labyrinthine underpasses.
Voice, violin and the act of listening, negotiating the desires for expression and balance.
Jaw on the floor, zoning into spirituality, bastardised reggae basslines. The multidimensional musician and producer discusses three important albums.
A convergence of the human, the animal, the botanical.
Two percussionists thriving off deep inner connection and eclectic outer influence.
Loitering in the interstice.
Going beyond the bandstand, simultaneous multidimensionality, searching for fire. The music research strategist and insurgent learning workshop co-ordinator discusses three important albums.
Vigilant improvisation for sax, drums and electronics projected from an vigorous state of awareness.
Toilets on heads, high frequency feedback devastation, hot pink harsh noise. The New York-based vocalist from Sydney, Australia discusses three important albums.