Home Events - Norwich Lanes Music Round Midnight presents Move 78

Round Midnight presents Move 78

+ Freya Roy

Move 78 are a Berlin-based band whose signature sound is a balance between free-flowing, improvised jazz and programmed, automated hip-hop.

The band consists of Doron Segal (keyboards), Nir Sabag (drums), Hal Strewe (bass), Meravi Goldman (French horn) and Aver (sampler/production). Their music is crafted from hours of studio improvisations that have been chopped-up, rearranged, and layered with additional strings, flute and horns.

Move 78’s live performance is not just a replaying of this material, but rather an expansion of the band’s creative process, one where human reactions are provoked and augmented by technology. Starting with small clusters of samples and familiar sequences, the musicians feed off each other until the emerging musical patterns cascade together in harmony, creating new spontaneous compositions. Not only does Aver sample these sounds in real-time on stage but he also takes the atmospheric live recordings away and uses them as the basis for new studio ideas, forming a feedback loop of creation and learning.

Aver, Doron and Nir met in Berlin in 2017. They began hanging out as friends initially and would endlessly talk about music until eventually they began collaborating, the first instances of which can be found on the 2018 LP “Dressed For CCTV”, Aver’s second release with Village Live Records. The trio began rehearsing for live shows to promote the LP, re-working Aver’s hip-hop instrumentals with a more jazz-oriented style, soon adding bassist Hal Strewe to the line-up and Move 78 was formed. Across the band’s three main releases to date they have collaborated with over a dozen musicians from a wide range of backgrounds, the most prominent of these being with Meravi Goldman. During the pandemic she featured on so many home recordings with Doron and Aver that her mastery of the French horn became an integral part of the band’s sound and so secured her place in the band permanently.

Date

Thursday 16 Nov 2023
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Time

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

Norwich Arts Centre
St Benedict's Street, Norwich, NR2 4PG

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Home Events - Norwich Lanes Music Round Midnight presents Move 78

Round Midnight presents Move 78

Date

Thursday 16 Nov 2023
Expired!

Time

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

Norwich Arts Centre
St Benedict's Street, Norwich, NR2 4PG

+ Freya Roy

Move 78 are a Berlin-based band whose signature sound is a balance between free-flowing, improvised jazz and programmed, automated hip-hop.

The band consists of Doron Segal (keyboards), Nir Sabag (drums), Hal Strewe (bass), Meravi Goldman (French horn) and Aver (sampler/production). Their music is crafted from hours of studio improvisations that have been chopped-up, rearranged, and layered with additional strings, flute and horns.

Move 78’s live performance is not just a replaying of this material, but rather an expansion of the band’s creative process, one where human reactions are provoked and augmented by technology. Starting with small clusters of samples and familiar sequences, the musicians feed off each other until the emerging musical patterns cascade together in harmony, creating new spontaneous compositions. Not only does Aver sample these sounds in real-time on stage but he also takes the atmospheric live recordings away and uses them as the basis for new studio ideas, forming a feedback loop of creation and learning.

Aver, Doron and Nir met in Berlin in 2017. They began hanging out as friends initially and would endlessly talk about music until eventually they began collaborating, the first instances of which can be found on the 2018 LP “Dressed For CCTV”, Aver’s second release with Village Live Records. The trio began rehearsing for live shows to promote the LP, re-working Aver’s hip-hop instrumentals with a more jazz-oriented style, soon adding bassist Hal Strewe to the line-up and Move 78 was formed. Across the band’s three main releases to date they have collaborated with over a dozen musicians from a wide range of backgrounds, the most prominent of these being with Meravi Goldman. During the pandemic she featured on so many home recordings with Doron and Aver that her mastery of the French horn became an integral part of the band’s sound and so secured her place in the band permanently.

Home Events - Norwich Lanes Music Round Midnight presents Move 78

Round Midnight presents Move 78

Date

Thursday 16 Nov 2023
Expired!

Time

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

Norwich Arts Centre
St Benedict's Street, Norwich, NR2 4PG

+ Freya Roy

Move 78 are a Berlin-based band whose signature sound is a balance between free-flowing, improvised jazz and programmed, automated hip-hop.

The band consists of Doron Segal (keyboards), Nir Sabag (drums), Hal Strewe (bass), Meravi Goldman (French horn) and Aver (sampler/production). Their music is crafted from hours of studio improvisations that have been chopped-up, rearranged, and layered with additional strings, flute and horns.

Move 78’s live performance is not just a replaying of this material, but rather an expansion of the band’s creative process, one where human reactions are provoked and augmented by technology. Starting with small clusters of samples and familiar sequences, the musicians feed off each other until the emerging musical patterns cascade together in harmony, creating new spontaneous compositions. Not only does Aver sample these sounds in real-time on stage but he also takes the atmospheric live recordings away and uses them as the basis for new studio ideas, forming a feedback loop of creation and learning.

Aver, Doron and Nir met in Berlin in 2017. They began hanging out as friends initially and would endlessly talk about music until eventually they began collaborating, the first instances of which can be found on the 2018 LP “Dressed For CCTV”, Aver’s second release with Village Live Records. The trio began rehearsing for live shows to promote the LP, re-working Aver’s hip-hop instrumentals with a more jazz-oriented style, soon adding bassist Hal Strewe to the line-up and Move 78 was formed. Across the band’s three main releases to date they have collaborated with over a dozen musicians from a wide range of backgrounds, the most prominent of these being with Meravi Goldman. During the pandemic she featured on so many home recordings with Doron and Aver that her mastery of the French horn became an integral part of the band’s sound and so secured her place in the band permanently.

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