18th March at the Scope: Nad Spiro / Leo Chadburn / Freedom Frampton

The Spirit of Gravity presents the Scope VIII

Scope Mar 15

Nad Spiro
Electronic textures and sound fiction

Underground musician Rosa Arruti has worked for many years under the anonymous alias NAD SPIRO, a solo venture where complex processed guitars are built into a world of electronic textures and sound fictions. Her recordings have been released on the pioneering Spanish experimental label GEOMETRIK RECORDS.
Member of some of Barcelona’s cult underground bands (MohoChemie, Tendre Tembles, PsicĂłpatas del Norte.) she has collaborated with other experimentalists like Kim Cascone or My Cat is an Alien.

Leo Chadburn
Music with surprising and unusual words

Composer and vocalist Leo Chadburn (AKA Simon Bookish) presents an evening of music with surprising and unusual words, ranging from floating dreamscapes, haunting descriptions of imaginary places and mangled poetry.
Featuring song, spoken word and lo-fi electronics, and including rarely-heard experimental music by composers including Peter Ablinger, Travis Just and Jennifer Walshe alongside Chadburn’s own left-field pop aesthetic, the evening aims to invoke a kind of surreal “film for the ears.”

Freedom Frampton
Minimal condensation of the intensity of living

Mixing a cappella with minimal backing on phone and drum machine, Freedom Frampton condenses the intensity of living through this life.

Plus Lissajous figure projections

Wednesday 18th March | 8pm – 11.00pm | Feed the piggy donations on the door please
@ The Caroline of Brunswick, 39 Ditchling Rd, Brighton