25 Aug 2020

Read J. Zunz Under the Influence piece for Echoes and Dust

They say:

In an era of uncertainty and introspection, frustrations will inevitably arise. Yet there may also be the potential for change. It’s possible that the warping of time and the journey into one’s own headspace that come with altered circumstances allow a moment to render the inner voice in the service of something transformative and pure.

Indeed, Lorena Quintanilla – better known up until this point as one half of Mexican duo Lorelle Meets The Obsolete – has undergone just this kind of trajectory in her solo reinvention as J. Zunz. Hibiscus, her second under this name after 2017’s Silente and released on August 21st through Rocket Recordings, is the result of a metamorphic process whereby the minimal is rendered maximal and the personal fused with the political. 

Interesting to find out more, we asked Lorena about three albums that have influenced her the most…

Read the rest here: E&D