LIVE LATE: Moog Sound Lab ft. Fay Milton & Ayse Hassan (Savages), Martin Dubka (Circle Sky) & Blood Sport
- Friday 24 March 2017 8:00pm - 11:00pm
- £9 advance, £12 OTD
- How to book
- Please call 0114 278 2647, email email@example.com or follow the link below to book:
- Millennium Gallery
Museums Sheffield and Blood Sport are pleased to announce a very special Live Late - a unique night of music and sonic adventures that can never be recreated.
8pm Doors / Kat Sugi DJ set
9pm Blood Sport
10.15pm Fay & Ayse (Savages) w/ Martin Dubka
The Moog Sound Lab nomadically travels around the world showcasing the limitless capabilities of the Moog synthesiser sound. For the first time, Moog Sound Lab will come to Sheffield, offering unique performances from artists keen to explore the sonic potential that the Lab has to offer. We are delighted to be joined for a one-off performance by Fay Milton and Ayse Hassan (Savages), Martin Dubka (Circle Sky) and Sheffield’s own Blood Sport.
Because of the nature of modular synthesis and the unpredictability of sound when controlled through multiple cross-modulating voltages, this will truly be a unique experience. Sheffield Live’s auditory adventurers Two Left Feet will be guiding your attention between performances with a patchwork DJ set.
>>> Fay Milton & Ayse Hassan (Savages) with Martin Dubka
Fay and Ayse form the rhythmic bedrock for London’s Savages, a band who have toured globally and been nominated for two Mercury Prize Awards. Both of these nominated albums, Silence Yourself and Adore Life, present a searing and noisy reinterpretaton of Post-Punk that has remained challenging and immediate throughout their career. They are joined by Martin Dubka, a renowned modular synth soundsmith who has toured with the likes of Daft Punk. He is one half of Circle Sky (with Richard Norris) who are currently honing their first album.
This will be their second ever show together, following their whirlwind performance at the ICA in London.
>>> Blood Sport
Blood Sport formed in Sheffield in 2010, and ever since the trio have forged an arresting sound practice from within the city’s industrious art/music community. Their blistering guitar dynamics and pointed-yet-pointillist lyrics meshing into rough-house, techno-gilded polyrhythms, with an untrammelled urgency pervading their tightly wound sound and all that surrounds and informs it.