She uses amplified and processed violin and voice to create intricate works of expressive electronic, drone, experimental and post classical Minimalism; She’s released four full length albums on Constellation.
After her 15-year tenure in agitprop postpunk band Thee Silver Mt. Zion with whom she released eight albums, Jessica Moss began writing and performing solo work under her own name in 2014. in 2015 she self-released her debut solo album Under Plastic Island recorded with Guy Picciotto. Four acclaimed albums on the Constellation imprint followed: Pools Of Light (2017), Entanglement (2018), Phosphenes (2021) Galaxy Heart (2022), feat. contributions from Thierry Amar (godspeed) and Jim White (Dirty Three, etc). All were co-produced with Radwan Ghazi Moumneh of Jerusalem In My Heart. Moss is also a founding member of the avant- Klezmer quartet Black Ox Orkestar who reunited to release the much acclaimed album Everything Returns on Constellation in December 2022. Jessica has performed extensively throughout North America and Europe, including appearances at Big Ears, WSO New Music, Le Guess Who?, ATP, Supersonic, Transmissions and Basilica Hudson’ Soundscape and 24-HOUR DRONE festivals. Over the past two decades she has contributed to writing, arrangements and recordings by artists like Carla Bozulich, Vic Chesnutt and Big|Brave, among many others. Most recently she has maintained ongoing collaboration with Jem Cohen, composed for film projects, joined Feist’s touring band, composed and performed the original live score for DUST by Australian company DanceNorth,, released a record with Roy Montgomery, performed in improvised duet with Matana Roberts at Le Guess Who? and Donau festivals, and played on albums by Sarah Davachi, Oiseaux-Tempete and Daniel O’Sullivan. Moss appears on the cover of the fall 2022 issue of Musicworks Magazine.