Music : Tuesday’s Post presents Elif Yalvaç / Jono Podmore / Georgina Brett. Saturday 6th July 19:30

Tuesdays Post presents a night of solos, duos and a trio :
Elif Yalvaç, Jono Podmore and Georgina Brett

Doors 7.30pm | music 8.00pm | £10/£8 conc contactless and cash otd

Elif Yalvaç (née Hazal Elif Yalvaç) creates music using an array of instruments mainly with guitars and software design tools. Her music has received international acclaim including reviews in The Guardian, and The Wire, alongside features and broadcasts including WDR and BBC. Her works embrace opposites: microsound glitches and slow builds; celestial beauty and abrasive energy. Elif collaborates with others extensively, including her avantgarde metal project Diaries of Destruction and her album Green Drift with Expert Sleepers (September 2022). Her most recent works include collaborations with various artists from Nordic countries with Möller Records. Her latest album “Vection” was released in April 2024 by the Amsterdam-based experimental music label Moving Furniture Records under the Eliane Tapes series dedicated to Eliane Radigue. Elif holds an MA degree in Sonic Arts from Istanbul Technical University and regularly delivers workshops and podcasts on electronic music including co-hosting “Talk to the Chip” on Resonance FM with Jono Podmore. Elif teaches electronic music at GSMD in London, and Electronic Music Composition module at ARU. She is a member of RMA’s Music and/as Process committee. She delivers guitar lessons in local community organisations. She is the curator of the bi-monthly live electronics event series “Heart of Noise Cambridge” at Cambridge Junction. Endorsed by Arts Council England, Elif is based in the UK with a Global Talent Visa.

Jono Podmore aka Kumo
…is Professor of the Practice of Popular Music at the prestigious Hochschule für Musik in Cologne, Germany. He has been no slouch with his own musical projects, working under his Kumo alias across multiple releases, live performances and DJ sets worldwide; collaborating with artists as diverse as Can, The Shamen, Jamiroquai, Metamono, Swantje Lichtenstein, Johny Brown and Jhelisa Anderson. The lyrical strains of Podmore’s theremin; his work with writers, visual artists and in the film industry, all continue to push boundaries.
He’s a regular contributor to music and culture magazines incl. The Quietus, cowrote and edited the book Jaki Liebezeit (2020) about the master drummer, and cohosts Talk to the Chip, a podcast and monthly radio show on Resonance FM. Jono hails from Liverpool and lives with his synths in SE London where he teaches Tai Chi. He is currently writing a major book about drugs and the music industry, and developing a feature film based on Byron’s epic poem The Giaour. Ongoing projects, downloads,

Georgina Brett studied undergraduate music at Edinburgh University under Peter Nelson and Nigel Osborne, focusing on contemporary music study and techniques. On the strength of her final electronic compositions and her compositional work as music director of the university theatre company Georgina secured a scholarship to The Banff Centre in Canada to study composition and a bursary fund to study MA at Birmingham University under Jonty Harrison. In early 2000’s Georgina worked on a series of binaurally recorded fieldwave CD releases of the environment of eco-festivals and since 2003 she has explored the territories of the voice and delay pedals making collages of vocal sound, usually non verbal. In 2012 Georgina began Tuesdays Post : Live Progressive Ambient in order to create a platform for artists who explore acoustic instruments and electronics, focussing on music both eccentric/eclectic/electro-acoustic and also with a sense of aesthetic beauty. Since 2022 Tuesdays Post has hosted 4 spatial audio concerts.

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