Jonathan Nangle’s Tessellate

Jonathan Nangle’s Tessellate
30 June 2017 Benedict Schlepper-Connolly

Tessellate, the second track to be released from Pause, Jonathan Nangle’s new album with Crash Ensemble, hits Spotify, iTunes and many other platforms today.

Combining the cello of Crash Ensemble’s Kate Ellis (pictured) with spry electronics, Tessellate is inspired by the phenomena of tessellations, where a shape is repeated over and over again, covering a plane without any gaps.

Nangle works with skewed repetition to create a feeling of inevitable groove, at once highly compelling and ungraspable.