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—__–___ (More Eaze & Seth Graham) // Teresa Winter // Territorial Gobbing

April 19 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

£5 – £10
Really excited to be bringing —__–___ to Leeds. Teamup between electronic musician More Eaze (known for her music in her own right as well as collaborations with Claire Rousay) and Orange Milk co-founder Seth Graham (whose electro-acoustcey solo outing on that label is a personal fave). AND Teresa Winter too! Spoilt!
£10 waged or £4 unwaged though just pay what you can
No one turned away for lack of funds course
Doors at 7:30pm – It’s a Tuesday after all! Should be done for last trains
Wharf Chambers, 23-25 Wharf Street, Leeds, LS2 7EQ
Please wear a mask and show a negative lateral flow test for entry
“The Heart Pumps Kool-Aid is the debut release by —__–__ composed of Mari Maurice (More Eaze) and Seth Graham.
The Heart Pumps Kool-Aid is the expression of Midwestern sadness, the entrapment of class and inexpressible discontent. The opener “When you’re hot around the narcs” showcases shoegaze-like whisper vocals with simple classical arrangements weaving blips of free jazz sax; this track sets the mood for The Heart Pumps Kool-Aid: a near death experience from narcotics addiction (a common and personal story of Ohio).
There is clear vulnerability with phrases barely holding on to minimal arrangements. Mari’s falsetto voice floats above breathing woodwinds, atonal classical expression with a consistent melancholy mood of crotale melody throughout The Heart Pumps Kool-Aid. A swirl of frustration and hopelessness lead by crooner opera, akin to Harmony Korine’s works and Tilt by Scott Walker, or Blemish by David Sylvian.”
Ever-morphing boundary loiterer of sound arrangements and genre labels Teresa’s work is cerebral and dream-logicey. Huge and deep soundworlds of warm and lush instrumentation slifting between droning ambience, queasy offkilter industrial beats into dance-pop all as a vehicle to explore the inside of your own head.
Anti-abstraction musical absurdist. Combining field recordings, object and vocal improvisation, plunderphonic charity shop cassette looting and anything else that can be haphazardly collaged into high-speed cutup noise guff. Throw in a dash of ill-conceived performance art or self-sabotage and it’ll at the least be a memorable set


April 19
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
£5 – £10
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