Exploring Language and Alienation, Without Words: An Interview with M. Geddes Gengras

Ishi, the new album from M. Geddes Gengras, is a beautiful and melancholic work. Composed of three lengthy ambient compositions (four if you’re buying it digitally or on CD), Ishi summons up a host of complex emotions. I checked in with Gengras via email to learn more about the album’s origins (it’s named in tribute to Ishi, the last member of the Yahi people, who died in 1916), his collaborative process, and more.

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