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Johanna Bramli - St George's Streamed Grassroots Events

Thursday 15th July 2021

At St. George's Church

Doors 8:00 pm

Price 5

In a series of streamed performances and with arts council support, Melting Vinyl is giving a new generation of exciting artists the opportunity to perform at the beautiful and historical setting of St. George’s Church, Brighton, a unique professional space that is usually reserved for internationally profiled touring artists.

The fourth artist to perform in this series of streams is Johanna Bramli. Johanna Bramli is musician, sound artist, composer and performer. She works with textures, noise, sonic spaces, audience interaction and sensory perception. She is one half of motorik electronic pop band Fröst, and co-founder of the all-female noise/feedback choir The Larsens and a media composer.

She blends granular synthesis, found sounds and vocal manipulation to create sensitive yet sonically assaulting textures. Her sound has a Lynchean soundtrack quality to it that will evoke such imagery.

“Johanna blends found sounds, drones, DIY noise devices, and harmonised vocals to create melodic, dreamy yet haunting soundscapes. She uses textural sounds with a melodic sensibility that sets the scene for a cinematic experience. She is interested in exploring the gap between experimental noise and pop. In her solo work, she attempts to bring elements of melodic and pop structures to experimental sounds and textures.” – Brighton and Hove News

Having performed at The Old Market back in 2019 for MV, Melting Vinyl and excited to welcome back Bramli to Brighton via stream.

There is part of a series of streams at St George’s keep an eye on our social media for future announcements.