Gargling fire, empty samplers, ruined picture discs. Crucial Listening host Jack Chuter shares his three important albums.
In no particular order, here are 25 records I particularly enjoyed this year. Aho Ssan – Simulacrum KMRU – Peel Laura Luna Castillo – Tuberose Speaker Music – Black Nationalist Sonic Weaponry Yves Tumor – Heaven To A Tortured Mind King Rambo Sound – Strange Reality 奇妙な現実 Menzi – Impazamo Atariame – Completeness Pantea – Things BLÓM – Flower Violence
Jack Chuter is joined by Remo Seeland of Swiss label Hallow Ground, who provides a playlist and discusses the instigation of visions through listening. Also – a collection of sounds, places and memories from 2005 – 2017. You can also find Hallow Ground on Bandcamp and Facebook. TRACKLIST PART 1: LISTENING MEMORIES
You’ve got a new album out soon as JK Flesh. Where does this project fit in with the rest of your creative output? Firstly the intention was to continue ground that I was treading with Kevin Martin in Techno Animal. We folded Techno Animal and stopped working together in
Ironically, what sounds like a hideous idea on paper has produced the strongest Jesu track since the release of Conqueror back in early 2007, and whilst it’s still a long way from the quality and promise demonstrated during the Self-Titled/Heart Ache golden age, it’s a vast improvement