24 April @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm£6
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Elsa Hewitt is a prolific producer and songwriter, known for making avant-garde electronic music. Mesmerising and deceptively experimental, her music merges currents of lo-fi house, future garage, dub-techno, experimental-techno and hip-hop, with hazy textural ambience, well honed songwriting and spoken word. It is a distinctive yet unpredictable sound that continues to evolve with every release.
In 2016, following over twelve years developing her songwriting and aptitude for creating albums, the talented artist won the PRS Foundation’s Lynsey de Paul Prize and was shortly after selected for Brownswood’s Future Bubblers Year 2 collective. Consequently in 2017 there came the release of three albums; ‘Cameras From Mars’, ‘Dum Spiro Spero’ and ‘Peng Variations’, which are now collectively entitled ‘Becoming Real Trilogy’. In 2018 Hewitt produced ‘Quilt Jams’, consisting of 13 improvised, minimal and ambient compositions, ‘Given’ for ‘Future Bubbers 2.0’, progressive pop single ‘Invisible Threads’, the ‘Becoming Real – Trilogy Compilation’ vinyl, and created and performed work for the Open Music Archive and The Jazz Cafe.
Elsa Hewitt’s most recent album ‘Citrus Paradisi’ was released on 1st March 2019, making it her fifth album release in two years.
ANGSTKISTE: Electronic/ Noise / Drone Solo Project from Daniel Copeman (Drummer/ Electronics in Esben And The Witch). Music written in order to block out the sound of the rest of the world. Intended to evoke a feeling separate from the passing of time and somewhat transcendental. Using tight loops, repetition & elongated chord progressions and noise to provide an escape from daily existence and the noise of other human beings.
Elsa Hewitt – Brighton – The Rosehill – Friday 24th April 2020