Citizen Live is happy to host SINK live at Servant Jazz Quarters on December 11th.
SINK is a London based composer and producer, creating high contrast sound worlds that explore the beauty of purity and imperfection.
He uses both acoustic and electronic instruments alongside vocals to design soundscapes that bend genres and carry audiences into uncharted sonic territories. SINK is steadily making his mark on the electronic music stage, having previously supported Halina Rice and played alongside Rival Consoles. On the verge of releasing his new EP ‘AND’, SINK has amplified his live set to be the most stimulating sonic experience yet.
Born in north coastal Italy with a background in classical and film composition, SINK’s unique palette explores the beauty of blemishes, embracing flaws through a process of creating something pure, then degrading and finally restoring it into something new. His forward-thinking take on sound design led him to create music for AV and multimedia projects, such as scoring ‘Generation’, an ambitious AI contemporary dance short film that won Runway AI Film Festival in San Francisco / NYC and was featured at BFI Future Film Fest in London.
SINK surfaces as a gripping performer who holds sway over audiences, mirroring his music's emotional intensity. SINK’s live show envelopes audiences in experimental domains, blending pop vocals with brutalist urban soundscapes, industrial hip-hop, hyper-pop wildness and ambient subtlety. This fusion forges high-contrast sonic landscapes, delving into the allure of purity and imperfection. With an unrelenting spirit, he conjures profound musical narratives that traverse refined melodies and raw beats.
Door at 7pm