There is an obsession with musical categorisations and typologies. For the economies of marketing, education packages, community ‘identity’ and comfortable partitioning into high, low, serious & fun these artificial stylistic delineations persist. I am more interested in the common themes, processes and craft between these styles and the creation of musical works born of an open sharing. A challenging, blending and melding of the boundaries of musical style, and of the limits of music perception, processes and accessibility. For lack of a better term, and an awareness of the Russelian irony of naming a musical genre based on the resistance of genres, I quietly call this pursuit of universal musical craft liminalism.
Feel free to adopt or reject.