Slow Dance presents:
Ex-Mothers Union, Aga Ujma, j.b. glazer
Entry Requirements: 18+
Audio Visual electronic group EMU return to the Windmill for their third performance. Featuring Martha Skye, Aga Ujma, Felix Stock, Geordie Greep (Black Midi), Kit Mosely, Felix Bayley Higgins, Cam Cajm and GG Skips.
"She’s a thoughtful and talented composer inspired by the connections between Polish, English, and Indonesian folk music and as she embarks on a voyage of discovery across continents and with instruments rarely heard in the UK, we share every morsel of her enthusiasm and findings. [...] you’ll hear Aga’s unique voice of childlike-innocence – her vocals alone could propel her to superstardom if she chose the Pop route. But at the moment they’re in a harmonious relationship with her current instruments of choice – sasando - the gorgeous 32-string, butterfly-winged Indonesian zither, siter – a plucked string instrument related to gamelan, and gender barung – the Javanese xylophone."
Jb Glazer j.b. glazer is a London-based musician who makes records and plays shows. glazer’s music combines field recordings, relaxing keyboards, heavily distorted guitar loops and vocals and was said by the quietus to “inhabit fertile new ground between the outer reaches of ambient composition and experimental pop”. Using noise to craft something ultimately melodic, j.b. glazer aims to combine the sound of hope and hopelessness, an exercise in catharsis and in inducing anxiety. His new record Compact Break was released through Them There Records, as well as his own Jannet Power INC imprint, and was launched in January 2019 at Grow Tottenham with friends and frequent collaborators Bianca Scout, Ben Vince and Jacob Samuel.