Prayers for Prejudice are imagined hymns and prayers conceptualized during COVID-19 pandemic and features Jonathan Crossley on Casio guitars (MG510 & DG20), dobro, Larravée parlor guitar and a Jeff Kemp classical guitar.
Jonathan Crossley, Cesare Cassarino, Etienne Oosthuysen
Following on from their self-titled release album in 2019, this album features 10 tracks, each named after an asteroid. The project debuted at the SA National Arts Fest on 28 June 2020 with a commissioned 60-minute film of audio responsive videos.
Jonathan Crossley, Reza Khota, Jonno Sweetman
Recorded live in Cape Town in September 2017 the album features free improvisations using the first iterations of immersive Ableton environments. Featuring Reza Khota on guitars, Jonno Sweetman on drums and Jonathan Crossley on guitar and technologies.
Jonathan Crossley, Mpho Molikeng
Featuring Mpho Molikeng on traditional African instruments the album features seven original improvisations shaped around three traditional Tswana songs and four readings of LiDAR images of a pre-colonial Tswana settlement used as graphic scores. Presented in quadraphonic, spatialized audio.
Jonathan Crossley, Justin Badenhorst, Jacob Israel
The project features seven live improvisations based on a graphic score. It was recorded in 2011 and features Justin Badenhorst on drums, Jacob Israel on electronics and Jonathan Crossley on the prototype cyber-guitar.