Eucademix unleashes fiercely experimental songs at Elsewhere on 06.13

It’s been over 20 years since the landmark debut album from Cibo Matto Viva! La Woman, and in that time founding member Yuka Honda has continued to push sonic boundaries. Through collaborations with artists like Yoko Ono and Nels Cline, her work has never settled down and continues to change shape. Now, under the Eucademix monicker, she is once again reshaping how we think about music. Focusing on the “limitations of logic”, she has crafted electronic pieces the are unshapely and abrasive. Hissing feedback acts a barrier to entry, but the intricate breakbeats and pulsing synthesizers offer a song that rewards a patient listener. Pushing pass the abrasive moments, Honda finds serenity in the kinetic and exploratory maelstrom of her compositions. Her experimental constructions can be heard at Elsewhere on June 13. - Tucker Pennington