Non-input feedback sculptures. Two hours of taut liminality.
Lockdown dance parties, loosening the Nutcracker’s limbs, finding space to breathe. The songwriter and saxophonist discusses three important albums.
Circuitry rendered audible through damage.
A polyrhythmic duophonic sequence on a Moog Subharmonicon synthesizer, with a very slow clock, using just intonation.
Spaces whirling in their own orbits.
Resonances in empty libraries, unseen Mingus vibing, high school post-rock discoveries. John Daniel discusses three important albums.
Prismic refractions of alto-clarinet.
Vague electronic encapsulators. Blurry miscellanea. Contradictions growing in size.