Eric Muhs: A Master of Eclecticism and Collaboration

Eric Muhs is a prolific and versatile musician known for his wide-ranging electronic and experimental compositions. His music spans multiple genres, from progressive rock to ambient and noise. Muhs frequently collaborates with other artists, resulting in a diverse and ever-evolving body of work.

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One of Muhs’ notable projects is his collaboration with Myles Boiden, titled “Notochord.” This album showcases Muhs’ innovative four-track tape loop system, which is complemented by the contributions of guest artists such as Gino Robair and Fred Lonberg-Holm. The result is a highly experimental and improvisational work that demonstrates Muhs’ willingness to push musical boundaries.

Another notable collaboration is “Truth & Lies/Lies & Truth,” which features a broad spectrum of musical styles. Muhs’ experimental and electronic leanings are evident alongside more traditional rock and folk influences. The album’s diverse track list reflects Muhs’ eclectic tastes and his ability to seamlessly blend genres.

Muhs’ ability to collaborate effectively is also apparent in his work with Charles Laurel. Laurel’s “Normal Music” incorporates elements of folk, art-rock, and experimentalism. Muhs’ contributions to this project, alongside those of Mike Crooker and R. Michael Torrey, showcase his versatility and willingness to explore different musical territories.

Throughout his career, Muhs has released numerous albums and tapes under his own name and in collaboration with other musicians. His work has gained recognition for its depth, originality, and unwavering experimental spirit. Through his music, Muhs continues to challenge conventional musical boundaries and inspire listeners with his unique and captivating creations.





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