Medicine Singers – the full-length collaboration between Yonatan Gat and the Eastern Medicine Singers – is out now! The album takes powwow and traditional songs of the American indigenous peoples, infuses them with avant rock, jazz, and experimental electronic elements, and features a wide cast of musicians including Ryan Olson (Polica, Gayngs), Jamie Branch, Laraaji, Ikue Mori (DNA), and members of Swans (Thor Harris, Christopher Pravdica). These songs were recorded and mixed by various people at a number of studios (including Seth Manchester at Machines With Magnets and Daniel Schlett at Strange Weather), and I did additional mixing & production at Studio Windows for much of the album.

Medicine Singers is truly a record that must be heard to be understood. Check out these features and reviews from Bandcamp Daily, The Fader, Pitchfork, and FLOOD for more info about the record and its creation. Medicine Singers is out now on Stone Tapes/Joyful Noise Recordings.

Yonatan Gat‘s new album Universalists is out now!  Yonatan is the former band-leader of Monotonix, was named “Best Guitarist in NYC” by the Village Voice, and is an absolutely stunning performer.  I mixed two songs on this record, which was assembled over a period of three years in about a dozen locations with about that many engineers.  Universalists has been featured on both NPR, Tidal, and many other publications, and is available on LP/CD/download from Joyful Noise.