ALBUM REVIEW: Loula Yorke – Volta | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 23.01.24







Loula Yorke has a long heritage in sonic creation as part of the recent live rave scene with TR-33N, being involved with the arts project Atari Punk Girls, supporting Talvin Singh and The Orb and working with Steve Davis, plus having one of the most memorable soaring outings at the Levitation Festival in Whitby in November.

Volta is an exploration of cycles and rhythms in modular synthesis where she has constructed meticulously journeys through a blissful soundscape, one cannot help but be drawn lovingly into its tender isochronal waves. Playful and sophisticatedly expansive, you begin to discover remarkable auditory depths, piercingly punctuated with electronic darts. The Hidden Messages In Water is a lush midpoint in Loula’s ever-expanding expertise.


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