Music is one of the most universal experiences in the world, as it’s ability to connect people and cultures is uncanny to many other methods. Bringing together three unique musicians, Tatsuya Nakatani, Casey Chittenden Jones and Joy Van Spain, the collaboration effort of Epos Nemo Latrocinium is something altogether unique and exciting.
The group highlights each member’s unique style and talent in their particular niche of music.
Nakatani is known for his percussion performances and has released over eighty recordings and national tours. While touring various areas with his percussion group Nakatani Gong Orchestra, Nakatani has developed his own unique instrumentalization and extended his technique extensively.
Jones is an avid electronic artist, who often dabbles in creating synthesizers and modified instruments to bring the creative and unique sounds to life. While expanding his craft in the experimental genre, Jones has performed in various festivals such as NorCal Noise Fest and Olympia Experimental Music Festival.
Van Spain is a well-known Seattle based vocalist and instrumentalist, who brings her knowledge of composition and orchestration to the table and uses her experimental talent to fuel her musical ability. From learning early on, Van Spain now focuses her talents towards industrial composition and work with Butoh performers over the last decade aside from the collaboration work with Epos Nemo Lacrocinium.
By all three musicians together, the projects behind the group are always unique and entertaining.
Announcing their third collaboration entitled Iter Itineris III, the experimental ensemble hopes to bring another unique experience to their audiences. Due out on April 1, 2018, through Scry Recordings the album is currently available for pre-order online through the groups |webpage|.
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