Brazilian-German artist Gloria de Oliveira and American composer & producer Dean Hurley have never met. Nevertheless, they have released a great, atmospherically incredibly dense record on the New York cult label Sacred Bones with Oceans of Time, which opens with a ghostly setting of Hermann Hesse's poem Im Nebel. The David Lynch collaborator ran his Asymmetrical Studio from 2005-2018, where he was involved in countless productions by the director. In the Corona era, he contacted Gloria de Oliveira and the two began working on an album. For the first time, they are now giving two exclusive European concerts together - the first at Sonic Morgue.
The ambient harpist creates her own sound world with loops and the means of electronic music with her concert harp.
Thursday, December 7
Doors: 7 pm / Start: 8 pm