Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 7:30 PM
Charlotte Street Foundation welcomes Scottish improviser and sound artist Lauren Sarah Hayes to Capsule for a live electronic/experimental music showcase! Her music is a mix of experimental pop/live electronics/techno/noise/free improvisation and has been described as ‘voracious’ and ‘exhilarating.’
Lauren is a sculptress of sound, manipulating, remixing, and bending voice, drum machines, analogue synths and self-built software live and physically. Hayes is excited by what can happen in the vulnerable relationships between sound, space, and audience. Her shows are highly physical, making the performance of live electronic music more engaging for audiences.
Doors open at 7:30 PM and the show starts at 8:00 PM. Capsule is located at 1664 Broadway Blvd, KCMO. Parking can be found in the lot west of the venue and public parking is available on 17th Street and Washington Street. Suggested donations at the door are $10.
You can learn more about Lauren Sarah Hayes on her website at www.laurensarahhayes.com or on social media at @elleesaich.
Lauren has performed extensively across Europe and the US and The Wire described her most recent album MANIPULATION (pan y rosas discos) as “skittering melodies and clip-clopping rhythms suggesting a mischievous intelligence emerging from this web of wires.”
She is Director-at-Large of the International Computer Music Association, and a member of the New BBC Radiophonic Workshop, with whom she has been involved in the Oram Awards, responsible for promoting forward-thinking work from women and non-binary artists.