Continuing our series of live studio improvisations, Suss Müsik created this sweet little lullaby for the Age of AI. Recorded live to 8-track, the piece (titled PHD for no particular reason) sounds like something out of a Japanese video game, one probably featuring cute dancing flowers with brightly colored shapes spinning toward the camera.
Suss Müsik is releasing a series of live improvisations, recorded straight to 8-track in the studio. This effort (working title Non) is in conjunction with an upcoming announcement regarding Suss Müsik’s distribution of material. We’re very excited about these developments.
Anyway, the first release of the series is titled Op-Ed and was performed on treated piano, guitar, electronics, organ and percussion. It got a little crazy after a while, but this excerpt of three and a half minutes was captured nicely.
Suss Müsik has concatenated an insane 24-minute piece for organ, sax, vibes, percussion, piano, e-bow guitar, little sticks, alarm clocks & sofa cushions called Beausociality. It’s been appended as a bonus track to the as-promised re-release of Eclipsa, which will be available as a free download until Bandcamp credits expire.