An immersive audiovisual experience and short story, funded by Help Musicians Fusion Fund.
“The sound generated by Liza’s cyborg recorder is like nothing I’ve heard before….classical elements merge with jazz, folk, psychedelia, ambient and electronica….such an exciting project that you can easily get lost in it.” York Calling
“As imaginative and alive as the name suggests – this is like the music from a kaleidoscopic tale you read as a child, listen to this and embark on a wonderful adventure.” MusicnGear
“A wonderfully engrossing story that packs a huge punch.“ Readers’ Favorite
What do rocks hear as they melt?
How does it feel to experience a seizure?
Liza built their own instrument, the robo-recorder, to create sonic answers to these questions. The roborecorder is featured in the Museum of Science and Industry’s 2022 touring exhibition Turn It Up: The Power of Music and is currently on display in London. It was also chosen to be included in the BBC Radio 6 Museum. Hear more about Liza in this feature created for New Scientist magazine.
Liza produces original and unusual music from their studio, Anarres. They are also an accomplished writer and performer, fusing electronic recorder improvisation, spoken word and percussion in their monthly serial fiction podcast, Spiral Dial.
Liza recently assisted Kuljit Bhamra at Redfort Studios recording the soundtrack to global game sensation Genshin Impact v 3.0.
They have also previously collaborated with James Holden on The Animal Spirits, co-writing and playing treble recorder on the track Spinning Dance.
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Liza assisted Kuljit Bhamra at Redfort Studios, recording the soundtrack to global game sensation Genshin Impact v 3.0
Liza co wrote the track 'Spinning Dance' and toured with the Animal Spirits for several years.
Liza was selected for Summer Studios 2022 at the Sage Gateshead, working on sound design for their first album
Help Musicians UK supported Liza to make INNERVATE, working with visual artist Dan Tombs (Gold Panda, Jon Hopkins)
Liza contributed woodwind arrangements and keys to 'On the Chalk' and 'Colours'
Liza joined Paraorchestra in 2021 as a composer and recorder player