7.00 pm Drysau / Doors
7.30 pm Cychwyn / Prompt start
£7/£5 - Buy Tickets Here or pay at door
“Music for the end of the world, and the start of a new one." Laura Snapes - Pitchfork
Ani Glass is the persona of Cardiff-based electronic pop musician, producer and artist, Ani Saunders. Glass sings in her native languages Welsh and Cornish and in 2017 released her first EP Ffrwydrad Tawel (Silent Explosion).Ani is also known for her work with The Pipettes, joining in 2008 to record the Martin Rushent-produced Earth Vs. The Pipettes album. Prior to this, Glass was a member of pop group Genie Queen, managed by OMD’s Andy McCluskey. Ani is currently working on her debut album, due to be released in the Spring of 2019.
Jenn will perform The Phonetics Project - supported by PRS Foundation's Women Make Music.
Dr Jenn Kirby is a composer, performer, lecturer and music technologist. She teaches music technology and composition at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Her output includes contemporary instrumental composition, electroacoustic music, sound art, noise music, laptop orchestra performance, musical theatre and solo live electronics. Jenn is very active in the performance of electronic music as a performer and a software developer. She builds software and re-purposes games controllers as musical interfaces to create and perform theatrical and often humourous live electronic music.
Jenn Kirby is supported by PRS Foundation's Women Make Music.