“Practice made perfect” The Wire
“One of the most interesting voices in analog electronics” Bandcamp Daily
NEXT LIVE MODULAR SHOW – Servant Jazz Quarters, Dalston, London – 27 February 2023
Loula Yorke is a composer, sound artist and improviser with a specialism in modular synthesis.
Yorke’s trademark improvised hardware-only live sets see her building abstract sonic collages into powerful beat workouts backed by kaleidoscopes of interlocking and repeating algorithmically-derived melodies. She’s had radio play on BBC Radio 3, Radio 1 and 1XTRA, and coverage in Electronic Sound, The Wire, DJ Mag, and Bandcamp Daily. In 2020 her community-focused electronics practice was recognised with a Special Commendation from the Oram Awards. Her 2021 SPILL Commission Atari Punk Girls – an audacious and energetic live show co-composed with a group of female and minority gender teenagers who built their own instruments – was recommended by audiences as an “unexpected highlight of the festival”.
Yorke is a Sound Generator artist for 2022, developing new pieces on ‘mothering and daughtering’ supported by Sound UK. She currently also improvises as OULAN together with poet-vocalist Una Lee. During 2022 they’ve played at Colchester Arts Centre, Cafe Oto, London, and the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Belfast.
contact: loulayorke [at] gmail [dot] com
Truxais is the new home for releases by Loula Yorke, Dave Stitch and TR-33N.
Photo credits – Dave Stitch, Jeff Scott