Loula Yorke + Iggor Cavalera + Anam Cara
Friday 12 November 2021 | 8:30pm [8pm doors]
Tickets: £11 Early Bird / £13 Advance / £17 General Admission https://buytickets.at/iklectik/595413
We are so thrilled to announce this explosive triple bill!
Like an orchestral conductor, Anam Cara will explore immersive ways to organise and accompany Loula Yorke and Iggor Cavalera‘s acts using spatial interventions and prompts within IKLECTIK. Anam Cara will be creating a series of projected video pieces and sound compositions which will create an umbrella structure for the sequence of performances of the event.
Loula Yorke is an Oram Award-winning sound technologist and live synthesist who uses electronics and participation to create noisy artworks. Described by Electronic Sound magazine as a ‘DIY noisenik champion’, Yorke’s music practice dances in the spaces where the personal meets the political. She runs synth-building and performance workshops Atari Punk Girls, which is in development as a participatory show as a 2021 SPILL Commission. Yorke has played live in support of The Orb and Talvin Singh, had radio play on BBC Radio 3 and BBC1 XTRA, and had coverage in DJ Mag, The Wire and Bandcamp Daily. Yorke co-founded SonitusLIVE, providing an online performance space for over 40 artists during lockdown.
Iggor Cavalera [MIX HELL]
Iggor Cavalera is best known for his part as the drummer of Brazilian super-group Sepultura. Having toured heavily around the globe, winning several ’Best Drummer’ accolades and sold over 10 million records, Iggor’s incredible ability to project emotion and evoke thought through his percussive talents has been given an outlet in many forms through bands such as Sepultura, Cavalera Conspiracy, Mixhell, Petbrick, and Soulwax. What many don’t know is that Iggor Cavalera is a transgenerational music researcher. His passion for new, foreign, uncommon obscure sounds, summed with his knowledge of classic rock, metal, experimental and ephemeral music, has led him to build narratives through sets of music explorations to share with his audience. In many of these sets, Iggor includes his modular rack of synthesizers, drones, and effects. What many don’t know is that Iggor Cavalera is a transgenerational music researcher. His passion for new, foreign, uncommon obscure sounds, summed with his knowledge of classic rock, metal, experimental and ephemeral music, has led him to build narratives through sets of music explorations to share with his audience. In many of these sets, Iggor includes his modular rack of synthesizers, drones, and effects. From the classics such as Black Sabbath and Aphex Twin to the multi-continental Duma (Uganda) and Senyawa (Indonesia), passing by his electronica, rock, and ambient influences, the listener can travel through timeless sounds, experiencing the unheard dimensions of sounds and listening.
Anam Cara is focused upon the intersection of curation, creative production and performance, evolving with each project, unbounded by form or medium. Founded by @solenfluzin and @jamesalechardy sharing a background in art, performance, music and architecture, they are rooted in both physical and digital spatial installations. Anam Cara operates as a creative practice generating challenging projects aimed towards cultivating friendships, collaboration and fairer creative economies.
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