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Lief Hall / Kellarissa / Ghost Twin

Addresse61 Sherbrook St
CityWinnipeg
AtThe Handsome Daughter
CountyCanada @ (CA)
Date01/06/2018
CategoriaEvents
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61 Sherbrook St
Winnipeg
The Handsome Daughter
Canada @ (CA)
Tel 2018-06-01
Categoria Events


Lief Hall announces the release of her new album Roses for Ruins, a collection of songs which blend electronic beats, foreboding synths and haunting vocal harmonies into pop-flirting melodies which explore the connection between the personal and the political, nature, technology and the subconscious. ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Lief Hall is an interdisciplinary artist and musician whose practice incorporates sound, installation, video, multimedia performance and choreography. Her interdisciplinary installation and performance works explore themes of nature, technology and the body as they relate to mythology, mysticism and the posthuman voice. http://liefhall.com/ https://soundcloud.com/lief-hall https://www.facebook.com/liefhallmusic ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Kellarissa is Larissa Loyva.


Swirling loops of voices, synthesizers and other electric sounds. Current member of Fake Tears (Mint). Past member of p:ano, The Choir Practice; touring member of Destroyer & How to Dress Well. First two albums, "Flamingo" (2008) & "Moon of Neptune" (2011) available on Mint Records. Third album, (tentatively) "Ocean Electro" forthcoming. https://kellarissa.bandcamp.com https://facebook.com/kellarissa ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ghost Twin is a dark synthpop duo from Winnipeg, Canada that combine roaring synthlines, dirty pulsing bass, dreamy guitar, and a haunting vocal dichotomy where Baroque meets Industrial, with live video percussion that feeds cinema through a cut-up technique imbued with occult aesthetics. Their audio/visual performance creates a full sensory evocative narrative of shadowy haunted rooms occupied by astral phantasms and electronic voices from beyond the aether http://ghosttwin.bandcamp.com http://facebook.com/ghosttwin


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