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Bunty 'Multimos' Live AV Show

Starts 07:30 PM to 11:00 PM
Fyfe Hall
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£8 adv + BF
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Bunty 'Multimos' Live AV Show

Kassia Zermon aka 'Bunty' - multi-dimensional beat merchant & vocal juggler - to celebrate the launch of her new album 'Multimos'

Bunty 'Multimos' Live AV Show

+ Support from Bellatrix vs Maggie Nichols

Kassia Zermon aka 'Bunty' is a unique force best known for pioneering underground experimental vocal loop shows and fronting UK leading Dub act Resonators. Bunty's distinctive voice and powerful avant-pop orchestra has been compared to FKA Twiggs and Tune-Yards and championed by likes of Rodigan, Mark Lamar and BBC6 taste makers Tom Robinson and Lauren Laverne.

She combines the rawness of early M.I.A with the lyrical espionage of Tom Waits and a voice that can sound as sweet as Ella Fitzgerald (on Acid).

To celebrate the launch of Bunty's new album 'Multimos' (11/14 Beatabet records), she has created a brand new ensemble and dazzling AV live show, which she will be presenting LIVE at Trinity. Join us for an epic audio visual feast, featuring stunning bespoke visuals of VJ metaLuna, performers Poppy Kay and Zoe Padley, megalithic beats from Dave the Machine and an audience choir.

Complete with its own home-made light show, special FX and a lot of helium to suck you into a raucous avant - pop party!

Hard to fit into any box this lady's influences are huge, bringing her Morrocan Londoner roots to create her own blend of raw avant – pop music. She has performed her boundlessly creative live shows at all the main UK festivals including Glastonbury, Bestival,and Secret Garden. Bunty has supported an eclectic mix of acts including Jamie Woon, scroobius pip, Kate tempest and Susheela Raman. She has collaborated with world class beatboxers Dub FX, Shlomo and Beardy man and some of UK's top vocal improvisers such as Maggie Nichols.

Live Bunty uses her synths, toys, ukulele, voice, effects pedals and a mash of real and made-up languages. She whispers, bellows, beatboxes, claps and stamps producing impressive vocal harmonies for her hook heavy tunes.

'Somewhere between a rave, a piece of theatre ,a workshop and a game ...but primarily an awesome pop gig' Rebecca Fiddler, Brighton Dome.

'Ha! We've never had such a visual music show on radio' BBC radio4 Clive Anderson

'...a musical and visual feat' Brighton Digital Festival 2014

'Great Voice' BBC radio 6 Tom Robinson

'Brighton's Rising star' BBC radio 3 Nick Luscombe

Multimos Taster Video

Maggie Nichols has performed internationally for several decades, for instance at the Zürich and the Frankfurt "Canaille" festivals and Moers, Grenoble,Mulhouse, Vancouver and Victoriaville Festivals.

She has also given solo performances at the Moers Music Festival, the Cologne Triennale, and a number of other creative and improvised music festivals. She has worked with a great many improvisers from all over the world including drummer Günter "Baby" Sommer, British musicians,soprano saxophonist Lol Coxhill, guitarist John Russell, Dutch trombonist and violinist Annemarie Roelofs, the Australian Relative Band (with Jim Denley), tuba player Pinguin Moschner, and prolific songwriting bands Loverly and Cats Cradle.

Vocalist Maggie Nicols has been an active participant in the European improvisational community since joining the Spontaneous Music Ensemble in the late '60s. As a co-founder of the Feminist Improvising Group, she has also worked to further women in improvised music, dancing and other creative arts not only by example, but through workshops and extensive collaborating.

Tickets available from:

Bristol Ticket Shop / 0870 44 44 400 or 0117 929 9008

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