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MIND CRUSH (Kendraplex/Chelsea Bridge) Resonant Bodies/ Juliana Day

When

23 June 2024    
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Where

Bishops' House
Norton Lees Lane, Sheffield, S8 9BE, Sheffield, England, S8 9BE
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An evening of experimental, drone and early music explorations. from the USA and Sheffield.Resonant Bodies will be joined by Sarah Heneghan

MIND CRUSH (Kendraplex / Chelsea Bridge) – USA

MIND CRUSH is the improvisational sonic collaboration of Mallory Linehan (violin, vocals, electronics) and Kendra Calhoun (guitar, vocals, electronics) in the ambient/experimental/noise realm.

Bandcamp

Live at Chaos Computer 1/22/23

Live at Not Not, Chicago 12/24/22

Live at Drone Not Drones 1/21/23

 

Chelsea Bridge – Chicago, IL

Chelsea Bridge is the solo project of classically trained violinist and experimental artist, Mallory Linehan. The style of her works ranges from lush free improvisation to singer-songwriter to harsh noise, touching on every idea in between.

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Kendraplex – Brooklyn, NY

Kendraplex encompasses the work of Kendra Calhoun which ranges from songwriting to longform compositions to improvisation.

Bandcamp

Website

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“Freaking Out” w/ Kendraplex Archive on WFMU

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Resonant Bodies

Resonant Bodies is a duo consisting of Zebedee Budworth (hammered dulcimer + electronics) and Rob Bentall (nyckelharpa and electronics). We aim to explore the spectacular sonorities of the ancient instruments we play, and how they interact with each other. We aim to marry these old technologies with new ones, processing the rich resonant instrumental timbres through electronic effects. The duo seeks to reimagine folk tunes through an improvised musical dialogue, allowing the rich sonority we piece together to lead our creative output.

For this performance the core duo will be joined by Sarah Heneghan.

More info here:

robbentall.com/portfolio/rob-bentall-and-zebedee-budworth/robbentall.com

 

Juliana Day

Juliana is a recorder/whistle player based in Sheffield.

Her music uses a haunting combination of recorders, whistles and vocalisations to build up looped textures and ambient, often improvised sound worlds.

 

“that was quite a journey wasn’t it (…) that was absolutely beautiful” Corey Mwamba, BBC Radio 3

https://julianaday.bandcamp.com/track/the-earth-yearns-for-a-storm