Nathan Hubbard Born on a Tuesday

Hubbard’s album of solo percussion is a study in resonance. Using an arsenal of live electronic processing and expanding his drum kit to include its framework and whatever junk is on hand he makes music that is multi-hued. The title track alone branches off onto many different paths; from tranquil bells and chimes to a cacophony of clattering that’ll have you checking your hot water pipes for an army of drumstick wielding rodents. Electronics elsewhere are used sparingly and for maximum effectiveness, like a shot of nitrous oxide for acceleration. (Circumvention)