Ziúr will release her second album via Planet Mu later this month.
Exploring darker territories with gritty electronics on her first full-length release 'U Feel Anything?' in 2017, Ziúr showcases a different style completely with new album 'ATØ’.
When she was a teenager, one of Ziúr’s favourite bands was L7, the proto-riot grrrl group with a caustic sense of humour and melody. Growing up as a punk, she was gradually put off by the aesthetic clichés and socio-political insularities of the scene. She moved to Berlin in the mid-’00s and never looked back.
What’s the last track that fell in love with and why?
MC Yallah X Debmaster – ‘Teba Kuda Mabega’. The instrumentation and vocals bang so hard that I can’t resist. An ultimate banger!
What’s the last film that you watched, and what did you think of it?
Frogs, which was directed by Martin Kohout. It’s one of the short films that I curated for the cinema section at my record release party. I thought it was quite funny, but I don’t know if Martin felt the same way.
Inventive DJing, mind-altering live sets, and absurd explorations in artificial intelligence make for an unparalleled late-summer day out at Wysing Polyphonic 2019. Marking its tenth annual festival, Wysing Arts Centre, situated a few miles west of Cambridge, proves itself once again to be a vital hub for forward-thinking art and sounds.