I Skugga (In the Shade)

Was inspired by the beautiful weather today and sat on the porch to edit some recent material into a collection on Bandcamp, appropriately titled I Skugga, which is Swedish for “in the shade,” since I’m revisiting my college Swedish lessons during the pandemic. It’s an abstract collection of recent ambient experiments and field recordings.

It’s priced from 0 to pay-what-you-will, but I’m content with zero.

It’s a pleasure to share.

Music Performances

Kantoendrato porch jams 5/30

Kantoendrator – jams on the deck – morning

Novation Bass Station II, Zoom CDR-70, Electro-Harmonix Stereo Memory Man, TC Electronic Hall of Fame, Tascam U-44, iPad 6th-gen running Loopy HD, Zoom H1N

Kantoendrato – jams on the deck – late afternoon

Linnstrument 128, Waldorf Blofeld, Electro-Harmonix Stereo Memory Man, TC Electronic Hall of Fame, TC Electronic Ditto X4, Zoom H1N
Music Performances

Last night at the Electric Maid

A condensation of last night’s live set at the Electric Maid. Improvisation for one instrument (Novation Bass Station 2), one effects processor (Electro-Harmonix Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai), recorded live with a digital recorder (trusty old Zoom H2) and sent to the house PA through a preamp (ART USB Dual Pre). Nothing was prerecorded or presequenced.


©2017 Joe Belknap Wall, dba Kantoendrato


Music From Laundromats – 01

With apologies to Eno, who made music for airports, I’m making music IN laundromats. Recorded this morning at the Sunshine Laundry in Laurel, Maryland, while I washed and dried two weeks worth of laundry. All sounds programmed or sampled on the spot, and the piece was composed and recorded on-site.

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Music From Laundromats – 01 by Kantoendrato is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

News Performances

Kantoendrato live

events-20150502-Spring Chill flyerI’m playing Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, Maryland on 2 May 2015. It’s a great bill of amazing musicians in a fun, relaxing format, and everything starts at 8PM.

$10 and well worth it.