Awesome Gazelle Twin in the Moog Sound Lab @ Supersonic Festival

Awesome Gazelle Twin in the Moog Sound Lab @ Supersonic Festival

Birmingham’s Supersonic Festival teamed up with the brilliant Moog Sound Lab this year to host a four-week artist residency where musicians could get their mitts grubby with analog sound-scaping, synthesis and effects using the iconic synth manufacturer’s gear.

Gazelle Twin, the Cronenberg-inspired persona of Brighton-based producer, composer and artist Elizabeth Bernholz, was among the artists let loose in the Moog Sound Lab at Birmingham City University – watch her unsettling performance with a hooded accomplice above.

After that, see what theremin maestro Sarah Angliss and masked disco duo Free School came up with in their sessions in the Lab. [via Fact Mag]

 

Gazelle Twin is the stage name of Elizabeth Bernholz (née Walling), a British composer, producer and musician from Brighton, England.

Her debut album, The Entire City, was released in July 2011 to critical acclaim. The album includes her two previously recorded singles, “Changelings” (2010) and “I Am Shell I Am Bone” (2011). In 2014 Gazelle Twin released her second album, Unflesh. She has also remixed music by John Foxx.