Rammel Club #123 Ypsmael + Eloine / Sophie Cooper / Notintone - Tues 3rd Oct @ Chameleon
Rammel Club #123
Ypsmael + Eloine
Chameleon, NG1 6HL
Ypsmael + Eloine
Ypsmael + Elonie is Bryan Day and Norman Mueller. Bryan Day is a sound artist, musical instrument designer, and conceptual artist based in San Francisco. Using scavenged electronics, repurposed mechanical components, and amplified materials, he re-imagines them into constructivist sound sculptures. Day has performed, taught workshops, and built sound installations across Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Norman Mueller is a live electronics project based in southern Germany with origins in England in the late '00s. Crafting textural sound washes and live loops, Ypsmael uses an array of electronic and acoustic sound sources, sonic artifacts and audio detritus derived from various instruments, circuit-bent, amplified objects and environmental sound at the core of his compositional and improvisational approach.
Sophie Cooper is a sound artist who Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (hcmf//) refer to as “A crucial member of Yorkshire’s far-reaching experimental music scene”. Sophie’s practice pivots around new presentations of acoustic instrumentation (primarily the trombone) with electronics, challenging conventions around composition, text placement and performance.
Notintone are Rebecca Lee and Marie Thompson. They are sound makers from Nottingham who have performed at TOPH // Tusk Fringe, Todmorden Folk Fest, Primary, Artefact, Front Horse, JT Soar and Rammel Club. They have releases with The Sonic Art Research Unit and Enjoy Your Homes Press.