Breadwoman is the long-running experimental/art/music project of LA-based artist Anna Homler and composer Steve Moshier. They released Breadwoman and Other Tales back in 1985, a spoken-word/chanting (in an invented language) album that sounds genuinely alien. The album recently got a reissue via RVNG Intl., and Homler is still doing live Breadwoman performances with various collaborators (she also does actually wear a mask made out of bread, in case you were wondering).

One such performance is coming up soon in NYC. Breadwoman (here comprised of Homler and composer Jorge Martin) will hit Knockdown Center on November 11. That show, part of the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, also features Deradoorian and RAMZI. Tickets are on sale now.

Homler has also just shared a new Breadwoman video, for the track "Yesh' Te." It's a haunting black-and-white clip for the genuinely unsettling song. You can watch that, and stream Breadwoman and Other Tales, below.


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