All posts tagged Sound Art

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.

Crucial Listening #35: Sarah Hennies

Discovering secret treasure, making 183 of something, songs of gender transition. The percussionist and composer discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #34: Patrick Shiroishi

Coltrane ‘n’ whisky, Magma in real time, pure multiphonics. The LA-based composer/saxophonist discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #32: Khyam Allami

Unprecedented Oud, the phenomenal character of the Čahārgāh, blending tradition and technology. The Iraqi multi-instrumentalist discusses three important albums.

Crucial Listening #30: Kate Carr

Damaged format, barcode translations, exploring the Fens. The London-based sound artist talks about three important albums.