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BBC RADIO 3 EXPOSURE & JAPAN SOUND PORTRAIT LIVE

11/04/2018

An evening of truly transportive sounds awaits you at Spiritland. Curated by BBC Radio 3 Late Junction presenter and Japan Sound Portrait co-founder Nick Luscombe, this evening shines a spotlight on three leading lights of modern Japanese electronic and experimental music.

Hatis Noit is a vocal performer inspired by Japanese classical music, opera, chanting and avant-garde and pop vocalists. Her debut EP is released on Erased Tapes on March 23rd.

Paris based Japanese artist Tomoko Sauvage uses water-filled porcelain bowls and hydrophones (underwater microphones) for her subtle and serene electro-acoustic performances and compositions.

The lineup is completed by a rare live UK performance from MimiCof AKA Kyoto-born musician Midori Hirano who explores experimental music and detailed rhythmic patterns.

DJ sets by Nick Luscombe. Presented by Verity Sharp for BBC Radio 3 Exposure.

Doors at 6.30pm with performances starting at 7.30pm. Entrance is open to all after the live performances finish at 9.30pm

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