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Jomox Studies

by Analog Tara

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Jascha Narveson
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Jascha Narveson A jaw-dropping display of live drum-machine playing! The first track has the aggression of Twitch-era Ministry but the rhythms of a jazz drum solo. The next few are sneakier sounding, with each track leaning into a particular sound + fx combo, sometimes sounding like a quiet Berlin warehouse party held by ants, sometimes sounding like hi-hats trading whispered secrets. The giant mix at the end is glorious. Favorite track: Extended Study (Mix).
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Number 007 03:03
Number 004 02:08
Number 009 01:59
Number 002b 02:55
Number 001 02:05
Number 003 01:49


Improvisations and variations on the Jomox XBase 09 analog drum machine, arranged in Ableton Live. Extended Study features the XBase through an Electro-Harmonix Memory Man Deluxe analog delay and a Darkglass Electronics Microtubes B3K overdrive pedal, plus one synth pad sample from a Roland MC-303.

Tracks 1-7 were created with accompanying video studies for the MICA Sound Art Vigil, Baltimore, and BİLGİ 12th New Music Festival, Istanbul, 2021; track 8 for a radio performance on Studio 96 on WERA/Arlington, 2019.

With gratitude for the drum machine improvisations of Jeff Mills and Ikue Mori and the hi hat solos of Max Roach.


released September 9, 2023

Written, performed + produced by Analog Tara. Cover collage by Tara Rodgers.


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Analog Tara / Tara Rodgers Maryland

A multi-instrumentalist composer, producer, and historian of sound, Tara started her career as a self-taught jazz pianist and has since made a wide range of techno and ambient music, and generative sound compositions in SuperCollider. From NPR Music: "Assertive work, bold in the precision and subtlety it takes to mix such signals with thrill and grace and restraint.” ... more

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