All posts tagged Sound Art

Crucial Listening #68: Senyawa

Invocations for judgement and destruction, sons of nature, reimagining the music of Indonesia. Wukir Suryadi and Rully Shabara discuss three important albums.

Crucial Listening #65: Ashley Paul

Lockdown dance parties, loosening the Nutcracker’s limbs, finding space to breathe. The songwriter and saxophonist discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #62: FRKTL

Beautiful choreography, explorations of cinematic spaces, cassette collections in the back of the photograph. Sarah Badr discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #61: MJ Guider

Banning all cymbals, post-hardcore road trips, low frequency earworms. The New Orleans musician discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #60: Tavishi

The omnipresence of data, Bandcamp soul/sound-searching, goofy classical. The scientist, artist and community organiser discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #59: Only Now (Kush Arora)

Dub reggae masterclass, cacophonous veganism, ambient treasure troves. The musician and producer discusses three important albums (and an honourable mention).

Crucial Listening #53: Okkyung Lee

The case for BTS, a complicated relationship to jazz, wasted birthday improvisations. The cellist, composer and improviser discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #48: Cory Allen

Finding the source, German vocoder waltzes, memorising every sprinkle. The musician, author and podcaster discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #46: Kyoka

Vocal frequency doppelgängers, selling souls to the devil, kick roll anthems. The Berlin-based producer discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #38: Graham Dunning

Vinyl destruction, phony voices, dancing in the attic. The musician, artist and mechanical techno assembler discusses three important albums.