keshco is a british bedroom music making collective comprised of old school friends that have been making music together across many genres for decades, much of which has been released in various cheap/free forms thanks to the internet.
their latest album is called 'unnacentuated' and it finds the friends collaborating by phone across the atlantic ocean for a series of short half improvised instrumental sketches with synths, flutes, broken woodwinds, guitars, a piano in an abandoned apartment i think, and a kitchen sink of other stuff most of which then was further manipulated with various techniques. it's a cool listen. it sounds warm, playful and unexpected, friends making the most of being away from each other, using the distance and the restrictions it puts of their collaborative process as an inspiration in itself.
get it for free here.