Jace Clayton

Jace Clayton is a musician and writer. His book Uproot: Travels in 21st Century Music and Digital Culture was recently published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Jace Clayton interviews Arthur Jafa about the politics of filmmaking, ‘black sites’ and learning how to surprise himself

BY Jace Clayton | 22 FEB 18

Jace Clayton discovers hyper-intelligent dogs and violent humans in the artist’s computer-simulated worlds

BY Jace Clayton | 22 APR 17

Simon Preston Gallery, New York, USA

BY Jace Clayton | 21 OCT 15

Abraham Cruzvillegas talks to Jace Clayton about his approach to art-making and his philosophy of autoconstrucción

BY Jace Clayton | 24 SEP 15

The Aztec imagery and digital soundworld of Mexican producer Javier Estrada

BY Jace Clayton | 01 SEP 12

A screwed song urges the listener to internalize its dampened tempo, to stretch the existential qualities of the moment to match the music

BY Jace Clayton | 01 NOV 10

Richard Skelton (Type, 2010)

BY Jace Clayton | 01 MAR 10

Wisin y Yandel, Machete Music/WY Records, 2009

BY Jace Clayton | 17 SEP 09

The highs and lows of ‘Auto-Tune’, the software used in almost every pop song released today

BY Jace Clayton | 05 MAY 09

The hunt for rare African funk records raises questions about how the digitized music of the 21st century will be archived

BY Jace Clayton | 09 SEP 08

Various artists (Out There, 2008)

BY Jace Clayton | 06 JUN 08

Toumani Diabaté (World Circuit, 2008)

BY Jace Clayton | 05 MAY 08

Moroccan pop to Latin American rap

BY Jace Clayton | 08 JAN 08