Tom Morris & Jo Quail

The story of For the Benefit of All is a fascinating one, and an early example of music created through the lens of COVID-19, a work whose development and creation could not have taken place without this unique modern factor. A collaboration between two artists well-known to the dunk! audience, this record was initially conceived of with an entirely different intention, execution, and platform in mind. Originally meant for live performance at the “Forgotten Futures” arts festival run by John Helps (maybeshewill, Robot Needs Home), the largely ambient concept proposed a combination of minimalist sound, sparse visuals, intermittent text, and collaborative improvisation between Morris and Quail

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