We can’t wait for this! #ladiesofmodular as part of Brighton Modular Festival 2019. Such an awesome lineup of international modular synth heroines!
Live experimental electronic music from Alissa DeRubeis (USA), Marta SmiLga (Latvia) and Loula Yorkɘ (UK).
Alissa DeRubeis is a curator, educator, and improvisor based in Portland, OR. Alissa works for 4ms Company and is a co-founder of the S1 and @Prague Synth Library. She brings her years of experience in the modular community to her passion of creation and exploration with the Synth Libraries as well as her own musical performances, which are under her name, or in collaboration with Yasi Perera in Quite Eyes of Air.
Marta SmiLga is an experimental ambient music project, which is focused on synthesizing deep immersive cosmic soundscapes, using only electronic music instruments, mostly modular and keyboard synthesizers.
Loula Yorkɘ is a live artist and noise-maker whose practice dances in the space where techno meets leftism. Her primary instrument is a modular synthesiser housed in a roughly-hewn log.
As one half of TR-33N, Loula has performed live at Glastonbury Festival and Boomtown, and had collaborative work broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra.
Pronounced like a whisper, her debut solo album ysmysmysm is out now on Junted, Detroit.