[Live] Art Club
Saturday 17 May 10pm - Late
'SOHLA emerges as a theatrical, cinematic, bold, and expansive. With its lush sound-scapes and textured, complex refrains' - ATA
'It is glorious.' – TinyMixTapes
'Dark brooding synths, sudden and damning snare claps and so smooth it hurts vocal samples' - Crack in the Road
Long before – four of five years before – the UK garage revival kicked in and “future” garage had even been dreamt up, Sully began finding a space between 2step’s swing, dubstep’s edge and breakstep’s drums, all underpinned by the rude spirit of jungle. While he has preferred to keep a relatively low profile and remain around the peripheries of the quick hype, quick decay climate of the burgeoning bass music scene, his music has found a sense of permanence, the longevity of which speaks volumes of his talent.
Artist, Writer and Thinker in Residence
Live artist and writer John Boursnell will be in residence throughout to document, review and subvert the programme through the creation of new texts, posters and online scribbling, alongside his usual tape players and small tabletop objects.
This event is part of [Live] Art Club
After the success of last year’s [Live] Art Club, this year we’ve decided not to pull any punches – we’ll be open til late throughout the Festival. Unexpected, unplanned and often uncontrollable moments of wild artistic abandon will be taking place – here is a taste of some of the headline acts; each night will feature artists from across our fantastic region and a wonderful selection of East by South East Showcase Artists presented by The Basement, Brighton.
Visit SOHLA's Soundcloud here