Loula Yorke 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 hunk of wood.
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. So far during 2019 Loula has played live in support of Talvin Singh and The Orb, and released her debut solo album ‘ysmysmysm’ (pronounced like a whisper) on Detroit label, Junted.
Her first physical release, a cassette made from one-take live recordings made straight to reel-to-reel tape, will be dropping in September 2019.
Loula runs occasional synth-building workshops under the moniker #AtariPunkGirls and is co-founder of Sonitus – an orgranisation based in Suffolk that runs sonic arts workshops with a particular focus on working with people with access needs.