Improvisational Loops
(Music From Memory, 2018)

The central piece (“Nuwav2”) on Terekke’s beat-less Improvisational Loops record lasts for nearly 20 minutes, long enough to lose yourself in its formless mist. Which makes sense; the album’s earliest stages actually stem from yoga classes at Brooklyn’s sorely missed Body Actualized Center, which founder Brian Sweeny (see also: the roaming Ambient Church series) once described as both a “post-capitalist experiment in vibe” and “New Age sex cult.”

Terekke’s weightless pieces aren’t sexually charged so much as floating in space, a reset button rooted in a rudimentary synth and a whole lot of reverb and loop effects. The question of how to disappear completely has just been answered….