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Presented by Foggy Notions

In association with NCH & Imbibe Coffee Roasters

Laurel Halo

National Concert Hall Studio

Sept. 8, 2023

8:30 p.m.

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Foggy Notions in association with NCH and Imbibe Coffee Roasters presents Flotations: A series of contemporary and ambient performances in 2023 featuring – Elaine Howley, Eiko Ishibashi & Jim O’Rourke, Ichiko Aoba, Roger Doyle, Arushi Jain, Mabe Fratti, and Laurel Halo.
Laurel Halo is an electronic music composer, performing artist and DJ, born in Detroit and currently based in London. Drawing from a range of music lineages, her considered approach has enabled her to maintain a signature aesthetic across a stylistically diverse output, traversing pop, ambient, leftfield club, experimental electronica and film score.
Laurel’s debut album Quarantine (2012) was released by pioneering London label Hyperdub; its combination of raw vocals and cold electronics garnered critical acclaim, including the #1 Album of the Year accolade by The Wire Magazine.
Two instrumental long players followed—Chance of Rain (2013) for Hyperdub and In Situ (2015) for Honest Jon’s—in conjunction with extensive touring. Both albums were developed from Laurel Halo’s live sets during those years—melodic dancefloor material made with a hardware setup.
In 2015 Halo was invited to collaborate with John Cale on a bespoke live performance which debuted at the Hamer Hall in Melbourne, Australia. Throughout that year Halo also composed the soundtrack for Still Be Here, a collaborative installation piece starring the Japanese virtual popstar, Hatsune Miku. Still Be Here debuted in 2016 at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt, followed by appearances at the Barbican in London (2017) and the Miraikan Museum in Tokyo (2018).
Her fourth long player, Dust, was released in 2017 by Hyperdub, again to critical acclaim; it combined the hardware machine funk aesthetics of previous releases with loose, languid songwriting, and featured a number of collaborators (including Eli Keszler, Julia Holter, Lafawndah and Klein).

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