LXV is the most recent project by US artist and producer David Sutton. Sutton has been creating avant-garde electronic music using several monikers and within collaborations for the past decade (most notably with Kara-Lis Coverdale & LXV, Current Amnesia and Car Commercials). Using the LXV platform Sutton spatially arranges processed voices, digital fragments and fractured sampled media into virtual sound environments that imbue esoteric and existential inquiry, the universality of consciousness, and the expressions and compulsions of the human condition in the modern world. Most recently with "Asylum/ Theophany" (Soft Abuse) and "Clear" (Anomia) LXV continues in expanding an anomalous cryptic language of sound and embedding a trans-formative conceptual mythology. Sutton has been performing nationally over the past ten years and of the past few, as LXV internationally.


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Leila Bordreuil

Leila Bordreuil is a Brooklyn based cellist, composer and sound artist from Aix-en-Provence, France. Her cello playing is often improvised, and mainly focuses on texture variations and a collage of phantom overtones and pitched utterances. Through an original vocabulary of extended techniques, preparations, and imaginative amplification methods, her instrument is used as an abstract resonant body to challenge conventional cello practice. Her composed works draw from a similar texture-based musical aesthetic, but also focus on the relationship between sound and space. In her site-specific electro-acoustic compositions, architecture is the foundation of the piece and musicality arises from an organized spacialization of sound.

Since moving to Brooklyn in 2012, Leila has maintained an active concert schedule performing with Marina Rosenfeld, Anthony Coleman, Tamio Shiraishi, Chris Corsano, Eli Keszler, Tom Chiu (Flux Quartet), Richard Teitlebaum (Musica Elettronica Viva), Peter Evans, Richard Garet, Weasel Walter, Chris Pitsiokos, Lea Bertucci, and Michael Foster among many others. Notable venues where she has performed include the Whitney Museum, The Kitchen, Issue Project Room, Roulette, The Stone, Moma Ps1, the Performa Biennale, Pioneer Works and Ftarri (Tokyo, JP).



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