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This month’s theme is focal point, with artists talking about the experience of recording one particular instrument. Expect happy accidents with piles of clothes, last chances with borrowed lutes and erased presets for bass-heavy harmonisers.
Coltrane ‘n’ whisky, Magma in real time, pure multiphonics. The LA-based composer/saxophonist discusses three important albums.
Fluffernutters, theremins on the chase, absent plus-ones. The artist and podcaster discusses three important albums.
Unprecedented Oud, the phenomenal character of the Čahārgāh, blending tradition and technology. The Iraqi multi-instrumentalist discusses three important albums.
A playlist accompanied by “serving suggestions”: instructions for optimal environments and circumstances for listening to each piece, including contributions from the artists themselves. Narrated, as always, from the farmlands of Throop in Dorset.
Dried up drones, wounded song, psycho experimentation. The Seattle-based musician discusses three important albums.
Damaged format, barcode translations, exploring the Fens. The London-based sound artist talks about three important albums.
Double-gravity drunkenness, stomach electricity and other such states of human experience, narrated from the farmlands of Throop in Dorset.
Pre-hispanic traditions, classical guitar genius, major label rebellion. The Argentinean musician discusses three important albums.
Energetic phenomena, Romanian spectral music, hidden pulsations. The Icelandic composer talks about three important albums.