Rammel Club #133 - Signe Emmeluth / Sesame Plexor / Melanie Wheeler


Rammel Club #133
Signe Emmeluth
Sesame Plexor
Melanie Wheeler
Thu 16th May @ Old Bus Depo, NG1 1GD
8pm doors

Signe Emmeluth is a Danish saxophone player and composer educated from the Jazzdepartment in Trondheim and is currently based in Oslo.  With a sharp and unique tone her playing is easily recognized. 
Melodies with rapidly changing octaves and a shift between the naive and playful to brutal primal screams are some of what makes up Signe Emmeluth’s vocabulary. Her solo performance is based around the idea of it being a laboratry where curiosity and stream of consciousness are essentiel. 
Emmeluth has lately become a rising voice of improvised music in the Nordic countries with her own quartet Emmeluth’s Amoeba. Latest she debuted her commission work for Trondheim Jazzorchestra at Molde Jazzfestival.  She has also worked with people like Mats Gustafsson, Paal Nilssen-Love, Mette Rasmussen and is often a part of different versions of Trondheim Jazzorchestra.  

Sesame Plexor
Sesame Plexor is Leeds based Hilary Knott "producing collages of technicolour Casio, scraps of remembered pop music and vocal loops in attempt to make beats and communicate." Hils is otherwise known for her work in Cowtown, Basic Switches, Drum Wife and last seen in Nottingham collaborating with LSDN as Yakkida 

Melanie Wheeler
Slippery sound works exploring bodily entanglements with nature and the liveliness within rocks, water and the places that they meet.