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|Featuring:||FAUZIA, Maddie Ashman, Hani Elias, Michelle Kromin, Samuel D Loveless, Cecilia Morgan|
|Visuals by||Clemente Löhr and Toby Elwes|
An ensemble of voices, microtonal piano and wind instruments take centre stage whilst electronic synthesizers and fragments of sound traverse the hall across 28 speakers. Performed in the round, this tapestry of sound weaves through the space alongside projected accompanying visuals. It’s an immersive experience exploring the universal human symptom of self doubt, bound as one.
FAUZIA is a multidisciplinary artist working in live, recorded music and audio-visual installations. Her work focuses on challenging the arbitrary division of genre through an extensive range of musical expression. A composer, DJ, producer & vocalist, she is a singular figure in contemporary electronic music. First breaking out as a DJ via NTS Radio, her show was inspired by fast paced music on both sides of the Atlantic – 6 years later the show guides listeners through the multiplicity of her influences, ranging from frenetic club productions through to classical compositions. Hosting guests like Mica Levi, Kode9, Space Afrika & more. Through the pandemic she self-released a series of attention garnering projects – ‘fragments, are you hoping for a miracle? and flashes in time’. The projects received glowing press from Resident Advisor, Crack Magazine, Pitchfork, The Wire and more. Her discography extends to production work for other artists like Kelela, Duval Timothy and Tirzah. She is now signed to Mexican Summer with a debut album in the pipeline, with upcoming shows and residencies in London, Paris & New York.
Maddie Ashman is a singer songwriter and composer. Much of her practice involves exploring ‘just intonation’, that is pure tuning, drawing parallels between it and how we treat nature and our environment. In 2022, Maddie came 3rd in the international microtonal guitar competition, had string quartet music performed at the Pacific Pythagorean Music Festival, and put on an audiovisual installation at Aldeburgh Festival, commissioned by Britten Pears Arts, which was later shown at COP-27 and Dartington’s Thrive Festival 2023. The EP of microtonal guitar and multi-track voice featured in the installation can be found on her Bandcamp, and has been praised by artists from Floating Points to Meredith Monk to Nico Muhly. Cello is also at the forefront of Maddie’s writing. Since releasing her EP Apparently for cello and vocals, she has been named 6Music’s BBC introducing Track of the Week with the leading track 6AM, and was runner up in BBC 1’s live lounge competition 2022. She has received acclaim from many impressive artists, with Tom Grennan commenting ‘I’ve never seen a cello be used the way she used it’. Last summer, Maddie performed at Latitude, and was the opening act in tour shows for Alfie Templeman, Tom Rosenthal, Tom Robinson and more.