Join us for an evening of live ambient electroacoustic music.
Airy, dreamy, in and out of this world, to ground you or send you into another realm. Three local musicians, CRUMHORN, AARTI JADU and PUSCHA will curate the evening’s sonic spaces, massaging your ear drums right through your body and into your soul.
THURSDAY 28th November
Main room, Loop Bar, CBD
This event is FREE and ALL ARE WELCOME
Crumhorn, aka, George Worthy is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist and sound artist based in Melbourne. Playing clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, zither, percussion, FX processing, sampling and live-looping Crumhorn explores historical classical music, jazz, ambient music, downtempo, and sound art through improvisation and live-electronic manipulation.
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/georgeworthymusic/
Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/georgeworthy
YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBGvQjDMSr-0bxX9INlCHYA
Aarti Jadu is a vocalist and composer. Creating introspective ambient production, she occupies a unique space within the current Melbourne music landscape. Influenced by electronic music, world folk and cinematic music, her sound reverberating in deep sub bass, and simultaneously floating in streams of angelic ethereal harmonies. Aarti is also known in the new age scene for her practice in devotional and yoga related music, for working on communal music and music with movement, as well as being one of four vocalists in experimental ensemble Khyaal.
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/aartijadu/
Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/aartijadu
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lllllllllllalllllllllll/
Ambient artist and film composer Puscha creates spacious, minimalist soundscapes and musical impressions, with wide influence from abstract modernism to kosmiche musik. With a fluid approach to process, Puscha embraces discovery of new sonic and expressive potential, performing live electronic music utilizing modular synthesizers, tape loops and samplers.
This event will be held on the lands of the Wurundjeri people and we would like to acknowledge them as the traditional owners of this land. We would also like to pay respect to the Elders both past and present of the Kulin Nation and extend that respect to other Indigenous Australians and first nations people.