Support from Sean Addicott and Simon McCorry
Experimental artist Lucy Gooch crafts sublime, soaring soundscapes.
Her music “joins the atmospheric quality of ambient music with the structure of choral composition and the seeming effortlessness of pop” (Pitchfork).
With this she offers a soundworld imbued with delicate mysticism, her harmonic compositions abounding in ethereal vocals, celestial synths and nimble production.
Having released her debut EP early last year, the Bristol based musician releases her follow-up ‘Rain’s Break’ this summer.
Inspired by the early technicolour films of Powell and Pressburger, this new work takes the vibrant, cinematic essence of her sound to new heights.
Bristol Beacon presents
16+ (Under 18’s to be accompanied by an adult)
“(Lucy Gooch) joins the atmospheric quality of ambient music with the structure of choral composition and the seeming effortlessness of pop”
Sean Addicott and Simon McCorry
Based in Bristol, Sean Addicott’s work encompasses composition, audio engineering, and soundscape design. His music combines sound collage techniques, electric and acoustic instruments, synthesis, and natural sound.
Simon Mccorry is a part Indian part British “cellist sound-sculptor of ambiguous environments”, following themes of how music holds the story of human migration.
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