Burning in Your Attic
released April 5, 2018
“This project is fueled by our mutual dedication to community work. Our goal is to explore how music can become a space to navigate and nurture our pain, joy, curiosity, and vulnerability.
As community workers, we are both committed to exploring how art and experimentation can facilitate shared learning, healing, and growth. Skill-sharing is vital to our work, and we strive to democratize the notion of creativity against what is often a classist and inaccessible landscape.
The process of music-making makes us better teachers and learners. It helps us to be equipped to love and listen better, and to hold space for others to embrace their complexity.”
Co-released with susy.technology
Cover art by Teo Zamudio