Wendy Eisenberg adds depth to everything they touch. Whether it's the refreshingly abrasive edge they bring to their folk-adjacent, jazz-based solo songs or the dissonant earth tones they add to their free improvisation with legendary experimenters such as John Zorn, they have a knack for making fresh tracks in well-trodden soil.
Editrix, their hard-rocking trio with Steve Cameron of the powerviolence outfit Tortured Skull and Josh Daniel of the jittery post-punk group Landowner, announced themselves in 2019 with a four-track tape titled Talk To Me and followed it up last year with their first full-length, Tell Me I'm Bad.
Last month, they dropped the imperatives to announce their sophomore LP, Editrix II: Editrix Goes To Hell, and share its lead single, "One Truck Gone." And today, they're premiering a second offering called "Hieroglyphics" with The FADER as they prepare for the record's June 3 release via Exploding In Sound.
The new song finds Eisenberg reimagining heavy music's often over-salted emotional flavor profile with the palate-cleansing secret sauce of vulnerability.Read more on thefader.com