I interviewed Matt Clark about his new album which he describes as “Jazz influenced grooves. Combining a love of lo-fi loops and samples, and influenced by the avant-garde scenes of New York and Chicago…”
First off let’s talk about your musical background. You’ve been involved in music for 35 years in various genres. When did you start playing jazz and improvising specifically?
I first started venturing into jazz 5 or 6 years ago when I discovered Marc Ribot’s work. I’d been listening to a lot of Tom Waits, and loved the guitar work on Rain Dogs. When I checked out all the other things Marc has done over the years it opened a whole new world of avant-garde jazz guitar for me…
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