Ucc Harlo: United

Ucc Harlo SKU: 38728969
Ucc Harlo: United

Ucc Harlo: United

Ucc Harlo SKU: 38728969

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: United
Artist: Ucc Harlo
Label: Subtext
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5065002106629
Genre: Jazz

In United, her debut LP as Ucc Harlo, classically-trained musician Annie Gårlid distills hauntological pop, sound art, medieval, and baroque music, and left-field club production into a series of ecclesiastical-wave ventures. Written over six years in Germany, United began on train commutes during Gårlid's stint as a violist in an opera orchestra near Cologne and developed further during her time in Berlin. Through gestures such as reframing music by Bach and Magister Zacharias, through DAW experimentation and field recordings, United proposes sonic reconciliations between the old and the new. United also reflects the idea that sound and music always exist in broader, complex contexts loaded with historical and environmental information and mediated by internal emotional landscapes. For Gårlid, this acknowledgement is a metaphor for our urgent need to be attentive to non-human agencies and voices. United acts as a means of claiming a right to obscurity and of "sounding" ambivalence, doubt, and messiness in an age that demands transparency and clarity. Annie Gårlid is a New York-based writer, musician, and musicology researcher concerned with our ever-shifting, tenuous relationships with ecology, technology and care. Creating and discovering links between the old and the new, Gårlid operates equally in the realms of experimental, club and early music. She is a member of the Holly Herndon Ensemble and the band Songs, has collaborated with Caterina Barbieri, Bill Kouligas, and Emptyset, and has performed with ASMR-artist Claire Tolan. She works regularly with an array of composers and artists, and performs as a viola player and singer in both Europe and the USA.


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