Weaving Music

by Jessie Cox, Sam Yulsman

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    releases April 17, 2020

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Noises and Sounds are Sonus
Anatomy of an Instrument
Particle Interference
Spooky Action at a Distance


Drummer Jessie Cox and pianist Sam Yulsman’s debut album “Weaving Music” documents their original, experimental approach to jazz, classical and electronic music traditions. A mobile and imaginative exploration of instrumental, vocal and electronic techniques and aesthetics, the record is defined by unexpected turns and juxtapositions, with Cox, Yulsman and their cast of collaborators luxuriating in moments of contradiction, paradox and incommensurability. At once rhapsodic, and irreverent, bombastic and muted, opaque and transparent, “Weaving Music” moves across a wide gamut unexpected sonic terrains, inviting a similarly mobile and improvised approach to listening. Featuring Dani Dobkin (Surge synthesizer), and Bethany Younge (voice).


releases April 17, 2020

Sam Yulsman - Keyboard
Jessie Cox - Drums, Mixing
Bethany Younge - Voice (Track 3, 4, 6)
Dani Dobkin - Serge Synthesizer (Track 5)
Kevin Ramsay - Mastering
Gabrielle DaCosta - Artwork

Gold Bolus Recordings // GBR 047


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Transsonus New York, New York

Jessie Cox and Sam Yulsman have been collaborating as a duo since the summer of 2018, and are fast becoming exciting new voices in the New York music scenes. Also composers their music traverses a wide range of idioms and approaches to musical creation and is rooted in an approach to musical tradition which views stylistic and aesthetic mobility as rich grounds for musical experimentation. ... more

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