Whenever I make some music in drunken dazes I start my first jam in the days after with those blurry or completely forgotten loops, I didn’t want this jam to be any exception. Messing around on Monday night with a track on my sampler named ‘raft’ I made around 1AM on Saturday the weekend before during a flat party. It was my first time playing with my face as well as hearing the sounds I’d made on Saturday again, which made for an invigorating experience. I really enjoyed this new approach to jamming and will definitely do it again.
Tash van Schaardenburg is a multidisciplinary artist, musician (Citacsy/Unisex Fuck Club) and promoter from Tāmaki Makaurau. Their art practice explores the acoustic anthologies and social negotiations of sound in the cityscape. Their experimental music project Citacsy-D extends this practice in live performances which create ambient biographical journeys through live sound-sculpting of field recordings. Tash is also a regular contributor to the There not Here field recording broadcast on AFM, a host of Sound Bleed on BFM, and Sound Dose - a monthly AFM broadcast for recent releases by experimental musicians and sonic art practitioners in Aotearoa. Tash completed a Master of Fine Arts from Elam School of Fine Arts in 2018, and works for The Audio Foundation.