Sunday 16 February 2020, 7.30pm
'This is not noise made to merely disturb aesthetic sensibilities; this is noise designed to exorcise generations of ancestral trauma.' – WIRE
Very special three-day residency from Moor Mother, aka Philadelphia based interdisciplinary artist, Camae Ayewa!
Ayewa (Moor Mother) is a musician, poet, visual artist, and workshop facilitator, and has performed at numerous festivals, colleges, galleries, and museums around the world, sharing the stage with King Britt, Roscoe Mitchell, Claudia Rankine, Bell Hooks, and more. Camae is a vocalist in four collaborative performance groups: Irreversible Entanglements, Moor Jewelry, 700bliss and ZONAL.
In late 2016, she released her debut album Fetish Bones on Don Giovanni records to critical acclaim. Fetish Bones was named 3rd best album of the year by The Wire Magazine, number 1 by Jazz Right Now and appeared on numerous end of the year list from Pitchfork, Noisy, Rolling Stone, and Spin Magazine. She has since released 'The Motionless Present' commissioned by CTM X VINYL FACTORY 2017, as well as fronted the groups Irreversible Entanglements and Moor Jewelry and 700bliss. Thanks to her unstoppable energy, she has recently peformed at a host of vital festivals including Borealis, CTM, Le Guess Who?, Unsound, Flow, Rewire and Donau.
Analog Fluids of Sonic Black Holes was released on Don Giovanni in November 2019 to mass critical acclaim.
'Moor Mother makes music that feels halfway between necromancy and warning. These songs are a rejoinder to that erasure, and a proposed antidote to an anti-Black capitalism that insists cultural debts be forgotten.' – PITCHFORK
Songwriter, producer, and MC Brother May is more than just a multi-disciplinary artist: he’s a creative auteur, sculpting spontaneous ideas into new and innovative forms through music and sound that’s based upon ideals of freedom and expressivity.