All posts tagged Constellation
Sulphur and molasses, museums and ice cream, reverence for the beautiful. The avant garde ballard-purveyor discusses three important albums.
The attainment of meditative states without strain or artifice.
Guitar and voice. Honey pooling across uneven surfaces.
Justin Small discusses playing the faders, slowing time and DMST’s latest album, “Stubborn Persistent Illusions”.
Tempest and internal dialogue, as painted with refracted strokes of voice and violin.
A silhouette escaping the illumination of misfired understanding. Not an album of Wild Western retro-synthesiser jams.
Jean-Sébastien Truchy talks to ATTN about Zubberdust!, the upcoming European tour and the progress of record number two.
Romance and clarity amidst a botched blanket of guitar improvisation and signal-bending.
A free jazz-informed flow of frailty and constantly rekindled momentum.