Be the first to hear new music created by Hatis Noit and London Contemporary Orchestra at this performance, one in a series from Erased Tapes artists.
The Japanese vocal performer’s EP Illogical Dance, released earlier this year, creates unique song-worlds with transcendent vocal interpretations that at once deconstruct and recombine Western classical, Japanese folk and nature’s own ambient atmosphere. Inspired by gagaku – Japanese classical music – and operatic styles, Bulgarian and Gregorian chanting, to avant-garde and pop vocalists, the record was co-produced by Haruhisa Tanaka and Björk collaborators Matmos.
Each performance in the Purcell Sessions: Erased Tapes x LCO series is the culmination of an afternoon of experimental workshops, where you can see the composers and players working together to test and develop new methods. The artists also perform pieces from which they have taken inspiration for the session.
Mixes childlike purity and digital pointillism
THE NEW YORK TIMES
Words don't really do it justice
A particularly sweet spot between fragility and raw power