In the late '90s, indie-rock composer and writer Alan Licht wrote an influential list of his favorite minimalist music, recontextualizing the genre's small, repetitive gestures and earthly-care–dissolving drones for a new generation. He name-checked the genre's big guns such as Terry Riley, Phill Niblock, and La Monte Young, while also casting light on more obscure artists. One such unknown on Licht's radar was New York Fluxus member and current San Francisco denizen Yoshi Wada. Talking about... More >>>