This is a new collaboration between myself and Crewdson, mixing our respective avant-garde and electronic tendencies to approach our shared passion for folk music. We make music about local places, using only recorded sounds of the places themselves, which we manipulate live using acoustic and electronic inventions, such as Crewdson’s Concertronica.
Although young, the project has already received some great feedback – Tom Robinson’s BBC 6Music show, a sell-out performance at Handel House and support from PRSF to create new work.
Sisa’s Well, by Cevanne, composed of field recordings of the harp on Sizewell beach.
We supported Sarah Angliss’s show ‘Sound Structures’, an inventor’s perspective on ‘eyemusic’ for my final festival at Handel House. Designer Jodie Cartman, Crewdson and I collaborated to develop the Sonic Bonnet for my performances – a midi controller which triggers sound and manipulates my voice with the mere turn of my head!