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Resonance Concert: Suzi Analogue

  1. Saturday November 10 8:00pm
Earl V. Moore Building, McIntosh Theatre

Resonance is an annual symposium that celebrates women and non-binary artists in music technology hosted by the Department of Performing Arts Technology. Resonance receives generous support from the Sally Fleming Masterclass fund, the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, the EXCEL Lab, and the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion office at SMTD.

Suzi Analogue is an incredibly versatile producer, vocalist, and designer whose futuristic, forward-thinking music blends abstract hip-hop, neo-soul, and electronic experimentation. Her recordings often feature blown-out, off-kilter beats in addition to her smooth vocals and positive lyrics, but she’s also embraced drum’n’bass, footwork, and other forms of high-energy club music. True to her name, she releases much of her music on formats such as cassette and vinyl, and she runs a tape label called Never Normal Records. Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, she has resided in numerous cities including Philadelphia, Tokyo, and New York, and she’s traveled to Uganda and the Netherlands to teach music production courses.

Free - no tickets required