UCC Harlo, a.k.a. Annie Garlid, proposes sonic reconciliations between the old and the new and contemplates ‘post-post-internet-age’ relationships to the natural world. A classically-trained viola player and singer, many of her “ecclesiastical-wave” sound projects use samples of her own performances of medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music as their starting point; others begin from scratch and channel influences as disparate as noise, minimalism, left-field house, and early vocal polyphony. All of these elements dance around the Venn diagram between eco-grief and wonder.
As of October 2017