Brad Walsh’s Human Ecosystem of Sounds, ANTIGLOT

An instrument-free album with vocal layering and manipulated body percussion

From the opening track forward, Brad Walsh‘s new album ANTIGLOT pulls the mind and spirit to a state of active meditation. For all its mystical elements—and the moments of rhythmic hypnotism—this is not background music. Walsh wants listeners’ attention and he manages to secure it without instruments or lyrics. It’s a tremendous departure from his last full-length, Six Infinite, and comparisons to Björk’s Medulla are …

Brad Walsh’s “Six Infinite” Album

Addressing inspiration, process and the nature of genres with the multi-talented artist

How often does one press play on a new album and feel as if they’re hearing something that defies the genres they’ve known thus far? It’s an uncommon experience—and one that very well might happen upon first listen of Brad Walsh‘s Six Infinite (released today, 28 October). The 16-track record dabbles with the known—EDM, pop, disco, R&B—but in a rich, complex fashion unites these varied …