Tim Kuhl - 1982 LP
1982 is Tim Kuhl's follow-up effort to 2012's critically acclaimed St. Helena. Composed of sprawling soundscapes and taut electronic production, 1982 was conceived and composed on an iPad while touring the world playing drums with Sean Lennon's The GOASTT. While on a break from traveling, Kuhl brought the songs to co-producer and NYC engineer Joshua Valleau (WOLVVES, John Legend, etc), together they fleshed out the textures and sounds around the compositions. The album features collaborations with Satomi Matsuzaki (Deerhoof), poet Geoffrey Bankowski, and Grey McMurray.