Experimental musician Leslie Keffer shares double album release
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Leslie Keffer is an American noise and experimental artist residing in Chesterhill, Ohio. She got her start in 2003, releasing her first album Dielectric Lull on Heresee records. Since then, she has been touring the world and has over 38 releases under her name. She also appeared on many labels such as Ecstatic Peace, Rampart, I Just Live Here, Nina Market, Tusco/Embassy, Lost Treasures of the Underworld, Maim and Disfigure, Cherried-Out Merch, No Kings. Her most recent albums were released on WEATNU and Chocolate Monk.
She is a member of Miami based Laundry Room Squelchers and has collaborated with Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, Rodger Stella, Unicorn Hard-On, Shark Face, and many more. Leslie Keffer has also played at many music festivals such as All Tomorrow’s Parties, No Fun Fest, Color Out of Space, the worldwide International Noise Conference and Voice of the Valley to name a few.
Keffer’s previous effort Temple is atmospheric, somatic, and focused on soul-searching. She uses her vocals and synth landscapes to generate lush and meditative sounds. Her new double album Human Inosculation Part I and II ventures into microhouse and beat-driven jams. The intoxicating beats contemplate the pulsations of earth, energy and spirit.