Luciana Bass is a guitarist who graduated in sound arts & design at the university of the arts london. She is interested in sound exploration and experimentation and her preferred choice is, normally, the electric guitar.
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Luciana Bass is a guitarist who graduated in sound arts & design at the university of the arts london. She is interested in sound exploration and experimentation and her preferred choice is, normally, the electric guitar.
Musician and Mathematician, she combines her artistic activity with teaching Mathematics, creative programming and research.
Renée Baker is a composer and improviser, conductor and musician coordinator from Chicago. She works at the forefront of creative and avant-garde music combining the traditions of classical and improvisation. She is a member of the A.A.C.M.
Clara de Asís is an electroacoustic music composer and an experimental guitarist. She explores two aspects of sound art: electroacoustic composition in the studio, and live improvised music on prepared guitar, which allows her to develop a sensitive and experimental practice of the instrument.
Mariela Arzadun is an improviser, experimental musician and visual artist from Buenos Aires who focuses on field recordings, soundscapes, drones, poetry, collage and concrete music. She runs the Amor Loco netlabel and comprises half of the free improvisation duo, Criadero en Seres, both with Leandro Ramírez.
Judy Dunaway is an avant-garde composer, free improvisor, conceptual sound artist, transmission artist and creator of sound installations who is primarily known for her sound works for latex balloons. Since 1990 she has created over forty works for balloons as sound conduits and has also made this her main instrument for improvisation.
Based on the sound analysis of human and non-human voices, Silvia Rosani’s music strives to promote the recognition of her audience in the other. Silvia writes for acoustic instruments but also works and performs with electronics.
Eki Shola is a musical healer, composing music that allows listeners to relax and ease the daily stressors of life. As a physician, she has witnessed how the physical and emotional manifestations of stress and spiritual disconnection can adversely impact the ability to live an enriched and fulfilled life.
Alexandra Hamilton-Ayres is a female British composer. After graduating in Music at the University of Bristol in 2011, she has since worked on scoring music for concerts, film, opera, circus and theatre stage productions and performed as a pianist, vocal artist and on the Tibetan bowl in a tribute to John Tavener.
Kritzkom is the solo project of Marine Drouan, musician and graphic designer, from Nantes (France) living in Berlin. She produces and plays live electronic music with an assortment of machines interacting together. Her career as musician, DJ and producer started in 2002 in France. In 2008 she decided to move to Berlin to be more focused on her music.
Hanan Hadžajlić is flutist, composer, music analyst and transdisciplinary art researcher from Bosnia and Herzegovina / Slovenia. As composer, she works in fields of “meccanical music” for acoustic instruments/ensembles, music theatre and real time electroacoustic composition. She is member of ensemble SONEMUS.
Sky High Diamonds is the musical outlet of Sarah Gatter who defines herself as an experimental DIY sound poet. Inspired by a combination of acoustic sounds, electronic sources, pre recorded and spontaneous sounds, Sarah also develops homemade percussion to explore space and rhythm.
Sukitoa o Namau is a Moroccan experimental sound artist and researcher. Her background is rooted into contemporary dance, performing arts and visual arts. She incorporated sound to her practice while directing a dance piece, Des fleurs pour Schrödinger, for which she composed and performed a soundtrack…
Praised for her equally fierce and bold dramatic performance style, Sylvia Hinz is one of the leading recorder players worldwide, specialised in contemporary music and improvisation.
Composer and producer of electronic leftfield music. Lives in the woods in Denmark. Early works include recording vocals in a washing machine, building microphones from telephones and recording music through a walkie-talkie.
Maritime-born artist, Lisa Lipton is a multidisciplinary visual artist, musician and director who received her B.F.A. from NSCAD University and M.F.A. from the University of Windsor. Her projects explore the potential for crossing genres of film, mixed media installation, performance, theatre and music.
SIRENS is a duo that uses electronic manipulation and looping to create live improvisations. More than soundscapes, these are songs composed and performed in the same moment. Both vocalists, percussionists, and instrumentalists this duo continues to develop their sound but focus on creating honest, simple, emotive music.
Vanessa is a Montreal based music composer and sound designer, working in a wide variety of fields including film, theatre and dance. Using sound to facilitate narratives and create stories of her own, she spends most of her days immersed in a laboratory of noise and electronics, where every object is a potential instrument.
ES is an Italian artist and academic in visual/sonic arts combining interactive installations with creative programming, research-based field recordings, DIY electronics, photographs, and non-linear soundscape compositions.
Sally Golding is a multimedia artist combining film projection, lighting and sonic composition to create expanded cinema performances and participatory installations. Golding’s audiovisual performance work focuses on the experience of the audience, pushing the boundaries of visual and auditory perception through the breakdown of the cinematic system into flicker, waveforms and colour fields…
French self-taught multi-instrumentalist, I mainly use alternatively tuned guitars synchronized with Kaoss Pads and EBows to create Experimental Sound landscapes. Inspired by many various genres (Electro-Acoustic, Ambient, Sound Art, Noise, Drone, Post-Rock, Electro, …) and pioneers like Brian Eno, Suzanne Ciani, Pierre Boulez, my aim is to deflect and bring harmonies and disharmonies normally used on acoustic instruments towards electric-modified ones.
jessica gabriel is a multidisciplinary artist, puppeteer, life model, permaculturalist, poet, clown…tay_ploops is an (un)sound sea grit sighed project: an ongooing exp(lore)ation of lo_fyi sketches from handheld casse-tête tape reek or dings.
I am a researcher, writer and educator working on sonic communication and geography. Concentrating on shifts in economic and political landscapes, I investigate how these shifts are translated in the sounds that we hear, how we are affected by them, and how we listen and respond. My work is concerned with the ways that sound and communication are shaped by, and shape, our relations to one another, to the architectures and infrastructures around us, to our larger atmospheres and ecologies, and to the forces of power and governance that we experience and intervene in
Burrow is a collaborative project between Polly Stanton (AUS) and Anja Kanngieser (UK/AUS), bringing together radiophonic narrative with sound composition and visual documentary. Born from a desire to explore what a feminist geophilosophy of sound would be, it takes the Earth as a provocation for thought and intervention.
Polly Stanton is an audio-visual artist and researcher. Her practice primarily explores listening as a means to navigate and map location and investigate the unseen aspects of place. Occupying the intersection of field recording, sound design, cinema and observational documentary, her work considers how sound can expand our experience of visual comprehension.
Born in Belgrade 1979. violinist, sound artists, curator and researcher mostly active in the field of electro-acoustics, instrumental improv & experimental sound related arts. Graduated at the Belgrade Music Academy, then gained PGDip at the RCM, London. In the past years focused on developing own notation system (Violin Revealed, Alternative Guide to Violin’s Sonic Life) integrating intuitive graphics with microtonal instrumental approaches as well as development of cognitive memory in conceptual AV performance.
Ashley Shomo is an experimental vocalist who creates unbound compositions with syllables, words, breath and other diverse voice-centric techniques. Cyclopsycho has been Ashley’s primary experiment since 2004. Here, she weaves and manipulates layers of voice, poetry and visual body art to summon adventures into the wild.
Jenny Gräf (US/DK) is a sound, video and performance artist who explores peripheral places and states through composition, improvisation and participatory works. In Gräf’s music and art she invokes immersion and rupture to explore changing perceptions of diegesis and space, formal choices rooted in a deep interest in social roles and behavior.
isabel nogueira is a composer-performer-researcher that uses voice, synths, field recordings and electronic devices to make experimental music, noise and sound art.
Katie McMurran is a sound engineer with over ten years experience recording and mixing for public radio and broadcast. She uses field recordings to create music and soundscapes for radio art pieces that explore internal dialogues and contemplations.
Clodagh has been in an on/off relationship with The Music Business since 1968 when she released her first single “Feelin’ High” at the age of 15, with the band she formed at school, Mellow Candle. While still in her teens, she did sessions for Thin Lizzy, Mike Oldfield, and Jade Warrior.
EchoZilla is a new sonic art project lead by multi-instrumentalist and electronics tinkerer Jodi Moore. We play spontaneous instrumental soundtracks for the films of the imagination.
Ms. Soli Tii is a singer, producer and sound artist. She is originally from London, England and has been based in Berlin, Germany since December 2010. Ms. Soli Tii is also the founder and creator of the World Women Project. The World Women Project involves sound art – music and poetry, spoken word and singing.
Maria Moles is a drummer/producer/educator based in Melbourne, Australia. Since completing a Bachelor of Music Performance (Improvisation) from the Victorian College of Arts in 2013, Maria has dedicated her time to performing experimental improvised music and playing with Melbourne art rock band ‘Jaala’.
I am an improvising and experimental vocalist that works with synthesized and site-specific sounds. I have collaborated with choreographers, theatre makers), journalists, young people and more recently, constructed works for live music performance that fuse sound design and composed work with future directions in real-time improvisation.
Riz Maslen, who records as Neotropic and Small Fish With Spine, has been described as one of the most prominent women composers working in post-techno experimental electronics. In addition to her warm electronic programming, Maslen’s music also embraces folk, psychedelic pop and her interest in experimental filmmaking.
Marie e le Rose is a sound artist and a musician. She has done releases with many labels (No Problema Tapes, Time Released Sound, Laverna, Zamzam Records, Chemical Tapes,..) with many monikers referring to many concepts (Marie e le Rose, Moon Ra, MonoLogue).
I am a musician, composer, sound and radio artist. I play a number of instruments, including double bass, guitars, and the piano. I use my field recording archive to create organic electro-acoustic soundscapes for my compositions and performances.
Ruxandra Guidi is an audio storyteller and journalist interested in people and their worlds, especially those coming from Latin America. She’s one half of Fonografia Collective and one fifth of Homelands Productions.
VJ DECOY a.k.a Dhanya Pilo, is a Mumbai based Filmmaker and visual jockey who specializes in giving her audience a spectacular visual experience while intriguing their thought process or simply taking them through a fantasy visual journey.
Sophia Loizou is an electronic music producer, sonic artist and DJ based in Bristol UK. Sophia has released two major works; ‘Chrysalis’ which was released in 2013 on cassette and digital through London’s Astro:Dynamics label and ‘SINGULACRA’ which was released in 2016 on vinyl and digital through stateside label Kathexis.
Chra is the alter ego of Viennese author, DJ, music addict and radio/TV presenter Christina Nemec. After a period experimenting with low frequencies and noise effects, using sinewaves processed through a tape recorder and other analogue and digital tools to allude to landscapes, territories, silence and extraordinary and extreme situations.
Happy Axe uses violin, musical saw and vocals to create layers of sound that are beautiful, unsettling and cinematic. Organic instrumental sounds are melded with digital manipulation, looping and effecting, and sounds are generated live.
Dominika Ksel is an interdisciplinary artist, psychonaut and investigator of invisible landscapes living in Brooklyn. The work is an ecosystem that gently deconstructs power and materiality while exploring the interstices of consciousness, history, gender & sexual politics, science and sound.
Astrid Zeman is a vocalist, composer and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, trombone, piano) who creates live, ambient soundscapes using a loop pedal. Through recent explorations of her physical self as an instrument, she has learnt throat and harmonic singing alongside body percussion and mouth manipulations including tongue clicking.
Born and raised in Singapore. Reiki was a vinyl-collector who stumbled upon hard hops and the nu-skool breaks at the tail-end of the 90s. Music curation aside, her production and remixes has gained notable attention with her work featured in different corners of the world.
Kristin Bolstad is a Norwegian composer, improviser, singer and electro-acoustic musician. Her works are often conceptual and with an improvisational and playful character, composed more from a practical than theoretical point of view.
Natasha Barrett (UK / Norway) is a composer, performer and researcher in the field of contemporary electroacoustic music and sound-art. Her works encompass instrumental and electroacoustic concert composition as well as more diverse forms such as sound-architectural installations and public interactive art.
Youjin is a Seoul-based sound artist, composer and performer. Recently, she is interested in exploring the possibilities of sound that exist in every material and focused on sound itself. And she expands the range of sound studies into ambisonics and designing sound instruments.
Rosie Langabeer is an award winning composer/performer from Aotearoa New Zealand. Her expertise is in developing ensemble musical performance for experimental theatrical settings.
I’m a singer who combines beats with performance art and collaborates with producers from around the world. I am a classically trained violinist and also play cello and bass, which I layer to create neoclassical soundtracks for film and modern dance companies.
Julia Drouhin is a French artist and curator living in the bush of Tasmania. She often mixes sound, food and fashion during collective mini-FM or online performances in Europe and Australia. She creates radioscapes, installations and performances from field recordings and found objects.
Lilian Campesato is a Brazilian performer, researcher and curator interested in investigating experimental forms of music and sound art. Her works explore the use of voice and gesture in combination with interactive electronics and audiovisual resources.
Cecilia Lopez is a composer, artist and musician from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work explores the boundaries between composition and improvisation, as well as the resonance properties of diverse materials through the creation and performance of non-conventional sound devices.
Patricia Martinez (Argentina) is composer, improviser, pianist, interdisciplinary artist, researcher and professor. Her works has emerged, in part, from an experimental process of ‘stripping-down,’ which involves a degree of risk-taking, in that the resulting piece is left somewhat vulnerable in terms of its expressive identity.
Cat Jones is an interdisciplinary artist, writer and curator. Her artworks are realised in diverse forms and include performance, audio, video, photography, immersive and site-specific experiences, visual-tactile illusion and olfaction.
AMY_cin a New Zealand musician with a love of dark ambient, industrial, noisy and glitchy music. She works with all manner of electronics, control voltages, midi and pedals.
Alexandra Spence is a sound artist and clarinettist from Sydney, Australia, currently based in Vancouver, Canada. She works within the fields of improvised music, electroacoustic composition and multimedia installation. Alex is interested in the relationship between humans and their sonic environments, in the connection between sound and its context, and its relationship to experience, feeling, memory and place.
Scarlett Di Maio is the executive producer of FBi Radio’s multi-award winning experimental program Ears Have Ears: Unexplored Territories in Sound and the Communications Manager at MusicNSW. In the past she has been one of the Co-Directors of SMAC-winning arts collective Dirty Shirlows and a publicist for digital record label Wood + Wire amongst other various music projects. Links: http://fbiradio.com/programs/ears-have-ears/ Currently based: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Roslyn Helper is an artist and curator interested in the effects of new technologies on society, culture and politics. Roslyn holds a BA (media communications) from the University of Sydney and an MA in Arts Politics from Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. She is the current Artistic Director of Electrofringe (http://electrofringe.net) and has curated exhibitions and events including ISEA (2013), This in Not Art (2013), Vivid Ideas (2014) and the Brisbane Powerhouse (2015).
Leah Barclay is an Australian interdisciplinary artist, creative producer, composer and researcher who specialises in electroacoustic music, sound art and acoustic ecology. Her work has been commissioned, performed and exhibited to wide acclaim across Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Europe, India, South Africa, China and Korea. She has been the recipient of numerous awards and has directed and curated interdisciplinary projects across the Asia-Pacific.
Sydney-based soprano Sonya Holowell’s unique versatility and approach to nuance set her apart as a performer and director. In 2014 she was Young Artist Soprano/Director with the Song Company, and has performed at many of the leading national classical and new music festivals as a soloist, ensemble singer and improviser.
Pulling Out the Light is a dark ambient music project of Briana Jones. Using modular analog synth and loop pedals to create a moody yet lush soundscape. Websites: https://soundcloud.com/pulling-out-the-light https://www.facebook.com/pullingoutthelight http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVlljCMImy4 Currently based: Seattle, WA, US...
i am a lo-fi, experimental expressionist; a vocalist and minimal instrumentalist focusing on techniques of improvisation, simplicity, and repetition. i create best when i feel possessed : by my sub-conscious and other muses, but also by my desire to see what is lurking beneath my own layers. i write to create characters, ethereal and haunting experiences, and stories, real and unreal.
Bronwen Williams is a trans-disciplinary artist working with sound as a material to interrogate the nuances of cross-cultural living. Bronwen’s sound work uses psycho-acoustic phenomena and the sonic experience of oscillation and vibration to investigate an experience of cultural hybridity that is underpinned by a state of perpetual flux and tension. Employing a range of minimalist sound art tropes, her work offers an embodied listening experience that speaks to her contemporary cross-cultural reality.
Amanda Stewart is a poet, author and composer/performer for voice. She has created a diverse range of publications and performances in Australia, Europe, the US and Japan working in literature, music, sound poetry, broadcasting, theatre, film, dance and new media environments. Within new music and sound art, Stewart has developed a unique approach to composition, improvisation and extended vocal technique where she incorporates her own philosophical, linguistic and poetic formulations/constructions (and abstractions) within music, body and voice.
Jannah Quill is a sound and visual artist based in Sydney. Her artworks carve soundscapes through the amplification of everyday technologies. Discarded LCD screens, projectors and consumer product lighting are re-circuited, shifting the focus from function to materiality. She works with the light properties of these digitally produced (and then re-produced) systems and their ability to be linked with sound as either producers or reactors. Her performances are the loud discordance of amplified strobes and synthesiser. Websited: https://soundcloud.com/jannah-quill http://www.jannahquill.com/ Currently based: Sydney, NSW,...
Brilligh is the solo project from Meagan Angus, violinist and vocalist for Thunder Grey Pilgrim. Blending percussion, strings, vocals, loops and the natural chaos of the moment, Brilligh creates soundscapes that evoke childhood fears, memories of old lovers, and deep melancholia. A rich tapestry of haunted sounds, living at the edge of twilight. Websites: http://thundergreypilgrim.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/meagan-angus/sets/brilligh Currently based: Seattle,...
Terrine is a french solo punk/industrial. Kind of child full of energy and making fun about ‘rock rude boys’, she shows a certain shade of noise around industrial 80’s music like Big Stick, TG, Club Moral… She try with her Amiens city’s friends to pretending create the nuke from the year ‘quatre-vindus’ (a pun with the french 80’s and indus). Website: http://dubruitetdescoups.blogspot.fr/ https://terrine.bandcamp.com/ Currently based: Amiens,...
Sally Ann McIntyre was born in Hobart, and currently resides in Dunedin. Her creative practice is highly responsive to place, and includes sound art, the creative use of radio, and the the use of field recordings, as well as a concurrent practice in poetry and associated forms of writing.
Rosalind Hall works with a multitude of sound technologies and tools such as a modified saxophone, home made instruments, percussion, field recordings and processing software to create live music and soundtracks.
Jodi Rose is an artist, writer, producer, and creator of Singing Bridges, an urban sonic sculpture playing the cables of bridges as musical instruments on a global scale. Originally from Sydney, Rose travelled from Helsinki to Vietnam, New York to Singapore and Berlin in her quest for bridge music.
Frances Dyson is Emeritus Professor of Cinema and Technocultural Studies at the University of California, Davis, and Visiting Professorial Fellow at the National Institute for Experimental Arts, University of New South Wales.
Alexandra Cardenas (born 1976) is a Columbian composer and improviser now based in Berlin, who has followed a path from Western classical composition to improvisation and live electronics. Her recent work has included Live coding performance, including performances at the forefront of the Algorave scene, and she was instrumental in the development of the Live Coding scene in Mexico City.
Sol Rezza (7/4/1982 Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a sound designer and radio producer specialized in radio art, recording, field recording, sound design for media, post-production and audio mixing.
Her compositions are based on the transformation of field recordings and composition using virtual instruments, indigenous instruments, experimentation with voices and foley
Nat Grant is a percussionist, sound artist, composer and teacher from Melbourne, Australia. She works predominantly as a freelance artist and has been employed as a composer and performer in the fields of puppetry, theatre, film, animation, and dance.
Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist working with voice, live electronic processing, sampled sound, and video. A pioneer of live looping techniques, she creates works combining extended vocal techniques, operatic bel canto, found objects, text, processing, and gesture-activated MIDI controllers.
Midori Hirano is a Japanese musician, composer, sound artist and producer, born in Kyoto and now based in Berlin, whose work stems across a diverse range of genres and cultures. At the age of five Midori started learning the piano and this triggered what was to later see her study classical piano at university. Therefore her productions are based around the use of traditional instrumentation such as the piano or strings, but yet her works are so diverse, an eclectic mixture of modern digital sounds with subtle electronic processing or field recordings. For her itʼs not about creating music in its traditional forms or cliché, but about playing, mixing and finding new ways of presenting music. Websites: http://midorihirano.com https://soundcloud.com/midorihirano https://www.facebook.com/MidoriMimiCof Currently based: Berlin,...
Ana María Romano Gómez. Compositora y artista sonora colombiana. Su interés por la exploración sonora la ha llevado por territorios en los que sonidos y silencios se encuentran con movimientos, lugares, imágenes, materias; con cuerpos, objetos y espacios sonantes y silentes. Le gusta crear en colaboración y le apasiona indagar y transitar por terrenos desconocidos o ajenos.
Dr. Donna Hewitt is a performer, vocalist, electronic music composer and instrument designer. Her primary interest in recent years has been exploring gesture in mediatized performance environments and new ways of interfacing the voice with electronic media. She is the inventor of the eMic, a sensor enhanced microphone stand for electronic music performance which she has been developing and performing works with both locally and internationally for the past 11 years.
Louise Devenish is a percussionist whose practice incorporates performance, commissioning, curating, research and education. Her work with contemporary, world and interdisciplinary ensembles includes co-directing percussion duo The Sound Collectors, directing Piñata Percussion, percussing for electro-acoustic sextet Decibel and curating the annual Day of Percussion.
The Sound Collectors are Louise Devenish (WA) and Leah Scholes (VIC). Formed in 2012 to create a platform to explore our shared interest in percussion theatre, The Sound Collectors delight in music that explores the use of text, gesture and physicality with percussion.
No me siento cómoda con definirme como improvisadora, ni como compositora, ni como intérprete. Ninguna de esas palabras, que para mi entender siguen tendiendo a tener significados taxativos en el lenguaje cotidiano, describe mi trabajo con la música ni cómo me siento con ella. ¿Qué soy? ¿Quién soy? Soy Alma Laprida, e invento mis propios métodos para hacer las cosas.
Cada vez me seduce más el estado hipnótico que tiene el proceso de composición. Es como un viaje, físico y espiritual. Lo interesante –y complejo a la vez- es que, por lo general, no tiene un destino claro. Sin embargo, lo primero e invariable es delinear algún aspecto fundamental del universo de la obra, algo que me empuje, algo que decir.
Trabajo con el sonido de muy diversas formas. Compongo canciones y piezas electroacústicas, pero también soy improvisadora. Además hago instalaciones en las que distribuyo parlantes en un espacio. Suelo trabajar con otros artistas, también performeando y organizando performances.
Mi experiencia con la música comenzó a muy temprana edad, casi apenas después de aprender a hablar, escuchando a mi madre cantar y tocar la guitarra en casa. Siempre tuve fascinación por las canciones folklóricas, de diferentes partes del mundo: Sudamérica, África, el blues y los spirituals, Japón y China, por la sencillez y pureza de las melodías y la variedad de ritmos.
La creación como extracción de la mielina hacia el mundo exterior. Teniendo en cuenta que mi inspiración viene del cosmos, podría decirse que la gravedad afecta seriamente mis sentidos.
Me gusta cuando la música hace intercambio directo con la vida. En el último tiempo me empezó a interesar la composición desde ciertos fenómenos acústicos, así como también el trabajo con el sonido desde algún tipo de plasticidad: estirar, cortar, aplastar y modelar.
Slow Monotone Image Projection and Soundscapes / Experimental – Oscillations/sine waves, Tone/Frequency, Field Recordings, Voice, Samples and Loops.
Ambrosia is a sound and installation artist from Seattle. Her pieces aim to subdue the listener into a trance, to provoke thought beyond word. Visually, she expresses intentional symbolism and occult science using imagery easily absorbed by the viewer. Projects include wrtch, Stalebirth and Boreas. Website: www.ambrosiabartosekulva.com Currently based: Seattle, US
Jessica Ekomane was born in France. She now lives and works in Berlin.
Her practice unfolds around sound installations, site-specific sound interventions and music. Her work has been shown at CTM 2013, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Shangai Electronic Music Week or Ars Electronica.
Pia van Gelder is an electronic artist, teacher and curator who has exhibited and performed widely across Australia and internationally. Van Gelder develops performances and installations by working with media machines, both custom built heirloom technologies like the audio-video modular synthesiser, and common electronic devices which are opened up and hacked to perform in ways that negate their use or assumed design.
Jasmine Guffond is a sound artist and composer from Sydney, Australia, living and working in Berlin, Germany. She has performed live internationally, exhibited sound installations and recorded music for CD and 12inch vinyl releases with the Sigma Editions, Staubgold, Monika Enterprise and Sonic Pieces labels.
Village Spiritual Sounds, Meditating in the analog underground, Disturbing digital drone, Free improvisation – since 2001. Nicola Morton is a sonic kitsune 狐
France Jobin is a sound / installation / artist, composer, and curator residing in Montreal, whose audio art, qualified as “sound-sculpture”, reveals a minimalist approach to complex sound environments where analog and digital intersect.
Iris Garrelfs is a London based composer and artist interested in modes of listening as a way of connecting to the world, exploring interrelatedness, patterns and interaction through improvised performances, mixed media projects and recordings.
Rachel Devorah Trapp is an American composer, sound artist, and improvising hornist. Her context-specific works for performance and installation crystallize in sound the habits of being: the daily patterns of ineffable exchange that bind our individual lives together.
Stanier Black-Five is the ex-UK and now New Zealand-based sound artist and writer, Jo Burzynska. Her audio work is largely based on the manipulation of her own environmental recordings, which she uses to create dense soundscapes that use sources such as the pounding rhythms of trains to more recently, the sounds of the earthquakes that have shaken her home city.
Sound and radio artist and senior lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University. Magz runs artist group Radio Arts and Expanded Radio Research Group at CCCU and teaches radio production and theory. Her work often considers the artistic potential of radio.
Romy Caen is an event organiser, studio manager and musician from Sydney. She plays harmonium in the Splinter Orchestra and electronics with musicians such as Jeremy Tatar and Melanie Herbert.
Composer. Percussionist. Paredes was born and raised in Lima, Peru. In search of a better education, she relocated to the United States at the age of 17, and settled in Florida. As a college student, she enrolled in music classes and began taking lessons from renowned percussionist Mike Davis. In 2008, Paredes transferred to Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, where she continued her studies as part of the Rollins Percussion ensemble led by Beth Gottlieb, and as a student in Gottlieb’s masterclasses.Read More
Luciana Bass is a guitarist who graduated in sound arts & design at the university of the arts london. She is interested in sound exploration and experimentation and her preferred choice is, normally, the electric guitar.Read More
Musician and Mathematician, she combines her artistic activity with teaching Mathematics, creative programming and research.Read More
Jenny Ruth Barnes has a bachelor of music and a masters in applied linguistics and works in english language learning with refugee and migrant communities in Melbourne.Read More
Renée Baker is a composer and improviser, conductor and musician coordinator from Chicago. She works at the forefront of creative and avant-garde music combining the traditions of classical and improvisation. She is a member of the A.A.C.M.Read More
Clara de Asís is an electroacoustic music composer and an experimental guitarist. She explores two aspects of sound art: electroacoustic composition in the studio, and live improvised music on prepared guitar, which allows her to develop a sensitive and experimental practice of the instrument.Read More
Mariela Arzadun is an improviser, experimental musician and visual artist from Buenos Aires who focuses on field recordings, soundscapes, drones, poetry, collage and concrete music. She runs the Amor Loco netlabel and comprises half of the free improvisation duo, Criadero en Seres, both with Leandro Ramírez.Read More
Judy Dunaway is an avant-garde composer, free improvisor, conceptual sound artist, transmission artist and creator of sound installations who is primarily known for her sound works for latex balloons. Since 1990 she has created over forty works for balloons as sound conduits and has also made this her main instrument for improvisation.Read More
Based on the sound analysis of human and non-human voices, Silvia Rosani’s music strives to promote the recognition of her audience in the other. Silvia writes for acoustic instruments but also works and performs with electronics.Read More
Eki Shola is a musical healer, composing music that allows listeners to relax and ease the daily stressors of life. As a physician, she has witnessed how the physical and emotional manifestations of stress and spiritual disconnection can adversely impact the ability to live an enriched and fulfilled life.Read More
Alexandra Hamilton-Ayres is a female British composer. After graduating in Music at the University of Bristol in 2011, she has since worked on scoring music for concerts, film, opera, circus and theatre stage productions and performed as a pianist, vocal artist and on the Tibetan bowl in a tribute to John Tavener.Read More
Kritzkom is the solo project of Marine Drouan, musician and graphic designer, from Nantes (France) living in Berlin. She produces and plays live electronic music with an assortment of machines interacting together. Her career as musician, DJ and producer started in 2002 in France. In 2008 she decided to move to Berlin to be more focused on her music.Read More
Hanan Hadžajlić is flutist, composer, music analyst and transdisciplinary art researcher from Bosnia and Herzegovina / Slovenia. As composer, she works in fields of “meccanical music” for acoustic instruments/ensembles, music theatre and real time electroacoustic composition. She is member of ensemble SONEMUS.Read More
Sky High Diamonds is the musical outlet of Sarah Gatter who defines herself as an experimental DIY sound poet. Inspired by a combination of acoustic sounds, electronic sources, pre recorded and spontaneous sounds, Sarah also develops homemade percussion to explore space and rhythm.Read More
Catherine’s multidisciplinary practice addresses communication through voice and language and the interplay between hearing/listening and seeing/reading. Using field recording, digital imaging and the spoken/written word she is exploring an expanded approach to language within species and across species through a framework of everyday experience.Read More
Sukitoa o Namau is a Moroccan experimental sound artist and researcher. Her background is rooted into contemporary dance, performing arts and visual arts. She incorporated sound to her practice while directing a dance piece, Des fleurs pour Schrödinger, for which she composed and performed a soundtrack…Read More
Praised for her equally fierce and bold dramatic performance style, Sylvia Hinz is one of the leading recorder players worldwide, specialised in contemporary music and improvisation.Read More
Composer and producer of electronic leftfield music. Lives in the woods in Denmark. Early works include recording vocals in a washing machine, building microphones from telephones and recording music through a walkie-talkie.Read More
Maritime-born artist, Lisa Lipton is a multidisciplinary visual artist, musician and director who received her B.F.A. from NSCAD University and M.F.A. from the University of Windsor. Her projects explore the potential for crossing genres of film, mixed media installation, performance, theatre and music.Read More
SIRENS is a duo that uses electronic manipulation and looping to create live improvisations. More than soundscapes, these are songs composed and performed in the same moment. Both vocalists, percussionists, and instrumentalists this duo continues to develop their sound but focus on creating honest, simple, emotive music.Read More
Vanessa is a Montreal based music composer and sound designer, working in a wide variety of fields including film, theatre and dance. Using sound to facilitate narratives and create stories of her own, she spends most of her days immersed in a laboratory of noise and electronics, where every object is a potential instrument.Read More