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How To Tell A Sound #7: Annie Garlid (UCC Harlo) & Eve Essex

9 September 2019

New York-based composer, performer and musicologist Annie Garlid sits down with host Eve Essex to discuss her solo project UCC Harlo, as well as her research projects tracing relationships between ASMR, field recordings, technology and ecology. The conversation explores her transition from a classical violist to electronic producer, including the genesis of her recent debut release as UCC Harlo, United (Subtext, 2019), where Garlid merges a range of genres, including experimental, club and early music. In the second half of the show Garlid plays tracks she has been working through in her musicological studies, examining instances of tactile sound in contemporary electronic and experimental music, the construction of physical spaces in sound, and the cross-sections of these elements with digital culture. Tracklist includes UCC Harlo as well as music by Felicia Atkinson, Yves Tumor, Jana Winderen, Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement and more.

Playlist

UCC Harlo - Palimpsest/Too Near
UCC Harlo - Lyricist Of Panic
UCC Harlo - The Secret Lives of Plankton
Annie Garlid & Matthew Conley - Touch Space (from Yoko Ono’s “Grapefruit”)
Holly Herndon featuring Claire Tolan - Lonely At The Top
Perila - Wet
Felicia Atkinson - Lighter Than Aluminum
Jana Winderen - Kangia Icefjord
Marja Ahti - Rooftop Gardens
RAMZi - Messiah
Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement - Equator (Distant Thunderstorm)
Yves Tumor - Limerence

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