UPCOMING :: Recording sessions for Rise (2015) at Heartwood Sound Studio, Baltimore, MDWATCH :: Love into Concrete (2018) performance and interviewLISTEN :: An interview about art & activism on Future City with Wes MooreREAD :: "This is What Activism Looks Like" in Baltimore Magazine
Roomful of Teeth began to sing “my heart comes undone,” by the Baltimore-based composer Judah Adashi—a rapt meditation that draws elements from Björk’s song “Unravel.” A moment later, the storm broke. Gusts buffeting the exterior created an apocalyptic bass rumble; lashes of rain sounded like a hundred snare drums. The voices bobbed on the welter of noise, sometimes disappearing into it and sometimes riding above. As Adashi’s music subsided, the storm subsided in turn. In my experience, music has never seemed closer to nature.