Posts By Jayson Greene

Kim Kashkashian: J.S. Bach: Six Suites for Viola Solo

In the hands of the master violist, this famous stretch of Bach’s music become body music, rooted in breath and wood and muscle.

Kim Kashkashian: J.S. Bach: Six Suites for Viola Solo

In the hands of the master violist, this famous stretch of Bach’s music become body music, rooted in breath and wood and muscle.

Adrianne Lenker: abysskiss

The latest album from the Big Thief singer evokes a singular, solitary chill. With a great imagination for melody, Lenker conjures a world of mingled trauma and love.

Cat Power: Wanderer

On her first album in six years, Chan Marshall roams the many moods of her songwriting with a careful, soft-spoken power.

Cat Power: Wanderer

On her first album in six years, Chan Marshall roams the many moods of her songwriting with a careful, soft-spoken power.

Yves Tumor: Safe in the Hands of Love

Yves Tumor’s latest album is a benchmark in experimental music. It is searing and borderless, music that is aware of oppressive confinement, and music with an intoxicating urge to be free.

Anna Meredith: Anno

We hear the avant-garde composer’s antic voice here and there on her interpretation of Vivaldi’s masterpiece. If it’s not a mind meld, it’s at least as fun as a Face Swap filter on Instagram.

Trevor Powers: Mulberry Violence

With Youth Lagoon in the rear-view, Trevor Powers remains a sure-handed sculptor of sound. His voice here surges to the fore, newly exposed and digitally treated.