LTO (Old Apparatus) is launching his new EP at The Crofters this month, joining him on stage are Kayla Painter, Edapollo, and Jason Baker who will provide bespoke visuals for each performance of the night.
Kayla Painter will be showcasing one of her immersive dual screen shows with visuals from the renowned visual artist Jason Baker. This night will showcase the new video from Kayla’s latest single release, Ga Ga, as well as a mesmerising journey through outer space.
Kayla was recently selected to represent women in Electronic Music at a week long composition workshop led by Beth Orton in Manchester. Kayla has also recently spoken on a Panel hosted by The World Is Listening on International Women’s Day at Rise Records, where she joined two other females in discussion ‘Where Are All The Women’.
“utterly intriguing” Adam Walton – BBC Radio Wales
“the ever enigmatic performer” Howling Owl
LTO (Old Apparatus)
A solo electronic producer based in Bristol, LTO first garnered attention and praise in 2011 as part of the Old Apparatus collective with their abstract experimental bass driven music. LTO is also part of Khing Kang king with cult rapper Mowgli.
This night will see the launch of his second solo EP No Pasa Nada, a heady cloud of greyscale sound design, ghostly timbres and deep sonics.
LTO’s No Pasa Nada EP will be released through Injazero Records on the30th March and a limited run of handmade lino prints which come with a download code for the EP, will be available at the launch.
“An adventurous blend of hues grey and dark. Staggeringly rich” Fact
“Awash with crackling, fuzzy low-end decayed beats, glowering bass, moody, masculine piano textures, and percussion like a tour round a blacksmiths forget” 8/10 Drowned in Sound.
Edapollo will be taking to the stage with dream-like impressionist visuals, the colourful display explores textures and movement, expect to be captured by this new AV performance from Ed and Jason Baker. Edapollo is currently taking some studio time to work on a much anticipated release, which we will see later this year.
“stunningly delicate, sonic bliss” – The Tipping Point (Generator)
“peeling away the essences of happy memories and soaking them in a sample-infused stock of organic and electronic sounds” – The 405
AV artist Jason Baker has created some of Bristol’s finest visual displays, having done live sets for The Bug, Black Butter (label), Jape, and created stunning videos for Alpines, The Crisis Project, Kayla Painter and Gorgon City, he is rapidly becoming recognised as an integral part of the music scene in the South West.
The Crofters Rights, Bristol.
£3 / 9 pm