Rosa Anschütz & Jasmine Wood
“I’ve been losing the faith to see,” sings Rosa Anschütz on By Gaining Many Somethings, the opening track of Interior. Along the nine tracks of the record, this faith is lookedfor within the difficult lessons of heartbreak, natural beauty, family ghosts, themysticism of spirituality. It is partly found in the traverse flute, the trumpet andthe organ. The instruments emphasize Anschütz’s cold and delicate singing andreciting, the entirely analog composition of Interior setting Rosa’s voice and lyrics as the genuine backbone of the album.
Jasmine Wood (Haste, Lota Leona) is a composer, producer and multidisciplinary artist originally from Portland, Oregon now based in Dublin. Wood initially developed her craft within the PNW DIY scene, working as a musician, promoter and curator for multiple Portland based DIY venues. Incorporating her love of noise and distortion, Wood combines the use of analog instruments with electronic manipulation. As a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and song-writer, Wood’s diverse style envelops a range of sound spanning from indie-rock and shoegaze to electronic, experimental and modern-classical. Wood has recently completed her debut album under her own name, consisting of experimental, classical instrument recordings and is expected to release with a London based label in 2024.