Gazelle Twin is a moniker for independent artist Elizabeth Bernholz. Her musical output takes an unconventional approach to production and live performance, featuring changing personas, themes and multiple genres.
In 2018, Gazelle Twin released her third album Pastoral to critical acclaim, including being named The Quietus’s album of the year. Her new tracks overflow with a frenzy of traditional and contemporary musical tropes from early music instrumentation – the harpsichord and the humble recorder, fed through myriad electronics – to the compelling, ritualistic application of found sample-looping.
NYX is a collaborative drone choir and otherworldly electric chorus, re-embodying live electronics and extended vocal techniques in an experiential exploration of ambient noise and electronic music.
Looking to reshape the role of the traditional female choir, they test the limits of organic and synthetic modulation to explore the collective female voice as an instrument.
Since their inception in late 2018, they have worked on projects with Hatis Noit, Gazelle Twin, Iona Fortune and Alicia Jane Turner, and the collective continue to research health and social benefits of sonic immersion in relation to ethnomusicology, sound therapy, collaboration, feminism and new digital technologies.
The vocalists of NYX are Adélaïde Pratoussy, Cecilia Forssberg, Natalie Sharp, Ruth Corey, Shireen Qureshi and Sian O’Gorman.
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