on 'blood pink noise', italy based experimental musician pat moonchy uses electronic techniques to create pulsing, minimalist rhythms that evoke natural processes; chaos and decay. over this simple backdrop she deploys her surprising vocal technique. deep, breathy chanting drones, high pitched melodic cycles in a nonsense (or just personal) language, and other innovations, developed with the circular breathing of a jazz horn player and the harmonic approach of an eastern monk.
pat moonchy is able to take the philosophy of free jazz and apply it to vocal performance like no one else i have heard. I recommend 'blood pink noise' and her last album, 'durga puja', if you enjoy high experimentation in your music.
get it here for free from pan y rosas discos.